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    20 Films We Want To See at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival

    The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival is kicking off tonight with the world premiere of Tom Berninger's The National doc "Mistaken For Strangers," leading into 10 days of fun with film in New York City. Indiewire will be on the scene for the duration, but figured we'd offer up a list of some of the films w...

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    The Tribeca Springboard: Indiewire Picks 10 Actors to Watch From the New York Festival

    With the 2013 edition of the Tribeca Film Festival launching tonight, the springboard is loaded. Here are Indiewire's picks for the 10 actors to watch this year.

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    Tribeca Film Festival Announces Creation of Nora Ephron Prize, Recognizes Woman Writer or Director with Distinctive Voice

    The Tribeca Film Festival (April 17-28) has announced the creation of a new award, the Nora Ephron Prize. The $25,000 award will recognize a woman writer or director with a distinctive voice who embodies the spirit and vision of writer-director Ephron (1941-2012).

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    The Tribeca 2013 Criticwire Cheat Sheet

    Our complete list of all the films playing at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, complete with links to film pages so that you can follow along with all the coverage.

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    Watch: Trailer For 'Mistaken For Strangers' The Indie Rock Doc About The National

    Yesterday, we ran down our 20 Most Anticipated Films Of The Tribeca Film Festival, and one movie that just missed the cut was "Mistaken For Strangers," the documentary about everyone's favorite sad dad rock band, The National. But with a fresh trailer, it makes a strong case that our list could have...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #47: Hilla Medalia Demonstrates Power of Dance & Hope in 'Dancing in Jaffa'

    Hilla Medalia holds a Master’s Degree in Film and Television from Southern Illinois University which she attended on a Track and Field scholarship, competing in the Triple Jump. She credits her love for films and passion for storytelling leading her to study film. The now George Foster Peabody Award...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #46: Exposing Our Inner Nosy Neighbor in Karl Mueller's 'Mr. Jones'

    Minnesotan filmmaker Karl Mueller double majored in film and political science while at Northwestern University and credits his involvement with an on campus sketch comedy show, "NSTV," as the most important part of his film school experience. He says "I was the head writer, but because we got rid...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #45: Sean Dunne Takes an Inside Look at Prescription Drug Culture in 'Oxyana'

    Sean Dunne is a New York based documentary filmmaker who previously created five short films before foraying into feature length with "Oxyana." Passionate about story telling, he gained his experience through interviewing individuals over the course of four years as a writer and producer for the His...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #44: Known For Blurring Lines of the Comedic & Serious, David Zieff Brings Us 'McConkey'

    David Zieff has over three decade of experience under his belt. He worked on the Oscar-winning documentary "The Cove" and been the supervising editor for "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster." He was also senior editor of Michael Moore’s Emmy-winning series "The Awful Truth" and TV Nation as well as num...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #43: Christina Voros Goes Behind the Walls of Gucci's House in 'The Director'

    Christina Voros has lived many lives. She grew up in the restaurant business, started bartending at 16, moved to Hungary to train with their national fencing team, studied poetry and theater at Harvard, became a gardener on Nantucket, ran a northern Italian restaurant in Boston and then decided to ...

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