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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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    Exclusive: Poster For 'The Moment' Starring Jennifer Jason Leigh

    We haven't seen much of Jennifer Jason Leigh on the big screen in the past few years. Her most recent outing was in Noah Baumbach's "Greenberg" and since then she's largely laid low, appearing only on the small screen in "Weeds" and "Revenge." In January she made a splash at Sundance with parts in t...

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    Tribeca Film Festival Jury Includes Kenneth Lonergan, Taraji P. Henson, Evan Rachel Wood, Tony Gilroy and More

    The Tribeca Film Festival (April 17-28) has announced its jury members, this year including Tony Gilroy, Bryce Dallas-Howard, Whoopi Goldberg, Taraji P. Henson, Kenneth Lonergan and Evan Rachel Wood. Full list below.

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #23: Blending Genre Lines With Navot Papushado & Aharon Keshales of 'Big Bad Wolves'

    Aharon Keshales was a film critic and lecturer at Tel Aviv University when a student of his, Navot Papushado, came to him and asked him a life-changing question: "If you know so much about films and film-making, why don't you make one yourself?" A year later he was standing with Navot, his co-editor...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #22: By The People, For the People. Alastair Siddons Brings Us 'Inside Out'

    Having never attended film school, Alastair Siddons shares that he's still learning to make films as he goes. He considers his mistakes as lessons and his crew as his mentors. The humble filmmaker's first feature documentary was "Turn it Loose," which was a large scale global art adventure about b-b...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers #21: Chen Arvin Explores Desire & Tradition in Taiwanese Film, 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?'

    Chen Arvin was born in Boston and grew up in a suburb of the Bay Area, first aspiring to be a comic book artist, then a rock guitar player, and eventually an architect. After graduating from architecture school, he moved back to Taiwan to apprentice with filmmaker Edward Yang (Yiyi), before going to...

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