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Tribeca Film Festival

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    Tribeca Review: Amy Berg’s ‘Every Secret Thing’ Starring Elizabeth Banks, Dakota Fanning & Diane Lane

    Pitched somewhere between a David Fincher crime procedural, a Denis Lehane suspense novel and a “Mommie Dearest” melodrama, documentarian Amy Berg’s move into the feature-length world of dramatic narrative is by nature of the material, an uneven one. It’s not for want of trying, however. Making her ...

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    Tribeca Film Festival: Bryan Cranston on the Grossest Scene in 'Breaking Bad' & Why Audiences Loved Walter White

    It's only fitting that Bryan Cranston would appear on the Tribeca Innovation Week panel devoted to "Psychos We Love," because, after all, who makes a more lovable psycho than "Breaking Bad"'s Walter White as personified by Cranston?

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    Tribeca: Kevin Spacey on Why Theater Will Always Trump Film, and how Shakespeare Prepped Him For 'House of Cards'

    "I am a theater rat," announced Kevin Spacey last night to a Tribeca Film Festival crowd gathered for a festival panel centered on the making of "Now: In The Wings On A World Stage," a documentary chronicling the first trans-Atlantic theater troupe, the Bridge Project Company, as they took "Richard ...

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    Tribeca: Rory Culkin on Giving His Everything to 'Gabriel' and Why He Always Views His Own Films

    Ever since memorably appearing as Mel Gibson's son in M. Night Shyamalan's 2002 hit "Signs," Rory Culkin has shied away from big projects, favoring indies with roles he can sink his teeth into. He had a great run as a teen actor, impressing in "Mean Creek," "Down in the Valley" and "Lymelife." Now 2...

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    Video Interview: Mary Elizabeth Winstead Juggles It All In Tribeca Drama 'Alex Of Venice'

    When actresses and audiences alike lament the lack of interesting roles for—and movies about—women as central characters, “Alex of Venice” should be held up as a shining example of what could be. The independent feature, which premiered this week at the Tribeca Film Festival, stars Mary Elizabeth Wi...

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    Tribeca Review: How the Anton Yeltchin Drama '5 to 7' Represents the Worst Aspects of the 'Famous Writer' Genre

    A blank, unpublished slate at the film's beginning, these mild-turning-bold characters lose their innocence and find a topic — usually heartbreak — discovering themselves by the end credits.

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    How Did the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmakers Crowdfund (If At All?)

    We break down which films at Tribeca Film Festival used which crowdfunding platforms (and include links to the original campaign pages), as well as how much they raised.

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    Aaron Sorkin On Why He Could Never Write An Episode of 'Breaking Bad' and 6 More Highlights from His Tribeca Film Festival Talk

    Aaron Sorkin kicked off the Tribeca Film Festival's Tribeca Talks: Future of Film series last night with a conversation with speechwriter Jon Favreau ("the other Jon Favreau") that encompassed his work on films such as "A Few Good Men" and "The Social Network" and TV series "The West Wing" and "The ...

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    Tribeca Review: Incendiary Political Documentary '1971'

    On March 8th, 1971, the Citizens Committee To Investigate The FBI convened to break into FBI offices in Media, Pennsylvania. The result, as the new documentary “1971” dares to argue, is a significant, but temporary shift in an ongoing struggle between the general public and the government, one that ...

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    Tribeca Review: How Italian Box Office Hit 'Human Capital' Addresses the Financial Crisis

    Human Capital" works as an intricately structured soap opera. But it is also a movie that rests entirely on the not-quite-chicken-egg question of economic crisis.

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