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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #38: 'What Richard Did' Tells of A Regretful Act of Jealousy In a Wealthy Dublin Suburb

    Irish filmmaker Lenny Abrahamson ("Adam & Paul," "Garage") gives us a look into the wealthy suburbs of Dublin in "What Richard Did." The film follows a group of Irish teenage boys during their last summer together, leading up to an act of jealousy that affects main character Richard's life. Abrahams...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #37: Eric Steel Tells the Magical Dream Story of Fishing Fly Artisan in 'Kiss the Water'

    A former executive for Disney and Scott Rudin, Eric Steel decided he wanted to make movies instead of sit behind a desk. While he's produced films such as "Bringing Out the Dead" and "Julie and Julia" and made his directorial debut with "The Bridge," Steel brings us his first documentary feature wit...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #36: Banker White Traces His Family History in 'The Genius of Marian'

    What it's about: The Genius of Marian is an intimate portrait of my family in the wake of my mother's Alzheimer's diagnosis. The film explores the tragedy of Alzheimer's disease, the power of art and the meaning of family.

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    Tribeca Exclusive: Experience the 'Birth of Youth Culture' with First Poster for 'Teenage'

    One of the more intriguing works to be making their world premiere at Tribeca this month is New York based experimental documentarian Matt Wolf's "Teenage." The stylish doc blends archival footage with painstaking 16mm period recreations to tell the story of the birth of teenage culture, from the en...

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    The Playlist's 20 Most Anticipated Films Of The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival

    Running from April 17-28, the 12th incarnation of the Tribeca Film Festival starts this week. It's a festival which has only grown in stature and confidence over the years; those awkward toddler years in which the line up was rather unwieldy and the standard a little haphazard are now just a distant...

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    Watch: Trailer for Tribeca Opener, The National Doc 'Mistaken for Strangers'

    A bit of an unlikely opener for this year's Tribeca Film Festival, Tom Berninger's "Mistaken for Strangers" will premiere on April 17th at the festival, followed by a performance from the band. Below we have a first look at the film, which straddles an interesting line between tour rock doc and sibl...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #35: "Blow Your Mind" With East New York Street Performers In 'Flex Is Kings'

    Documentary filmmaker Michael Beach Nichols ("The Man Behind the Curtain") introduces audiences to the talented, bizarre and DIY dance scene of the flex community in "Flex Is Kings." The film follows three Brooklyn street performers in dance showcases that Nichols said will "blow your mind."

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #34: Why Adam Ciralsky's 'The Project' Gives a Whole New Meaning to Passion Project

    Many filmmakers are passionate about their work and some even travel to remote parts of the world to tell stories they feel inspired to tell, but Adam Ciralsky's account of filming in Somalia gives the term 'passion project' a whole new meaning. The Emmy award winning filmmaker began his career as a...

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    Tribeca Exclusive: Poster from Eric Steel's Fly-Fishing Artist Documentary 'Kiss The Water'

    Since his directorial debut with 2006's controversial Tribeca-screening documentary "The Bridge," Eric Steel has kept relatively quiet, with only a producing credit on the Julia Child biopic "Julie and Julia" to his name in the years since. But now 7 years later, Steel is returning once again to Tri...

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    How Vine Is Impacting the Indie Film World (and Beyond)

    Indiewire spoke with film distributors, editors and curators about their innovative uses of the app in its infancy.

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