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    Hugh Dancy and Maggie Gyllenhaal In the Witty "Hysteria"

    Hysteria, one of the highlights of the Tribeca Film Festival, is now opening in theaters. If you misssed my Tribeca review of this sharp witty film, here it is:

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    Tribeca: Bradley Rust Gray & Riley Keough Talk Making 'Jack And Diane' & Working With The Famed Brothers Quay

    The heart of "Jack and Diane," the third film from Bradley Rust Gray, isn't about it being a monster movie. It's about looking at a love story and seeing that there's qualities that Gray brings to this relationship that perfectly reflect first love: bright and flighty Diane (Juno Temple) is visiting...

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    Watch Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Morgan Spurlock at the Hilarious Tribeca Talk For "Mansome"

    This weekend, Indiewire and Apple teamed up to host a genuinely uproarious panel featuring the folks behind Tribeca doc "Mansome": Will Arnett, Jason Bateman (via the internets!), Morgan Spurlock and Ben Silverman. They took the stage with IW's Dana Harris and the result was a signi...

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    Tribeca Review: Keanu Reeves Doc 'Side By Side' A Treat For Cinephiles On All Sides Of The Digital Debate

    Doing an impressive job of tracing the evolution of filmmaking technology (not just the cameras but the editing, post-production, distribution, exhibition, even the archiving aspects of it) from 1895 to the present day, “Side by Side” is an old school talking-head documentary on the subj...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Persepolis' Follow-Up 'Chicken With Plums' Is Amiable & Pretty, But Twee & Thin

    It can be difficult to shift from animation to live-action direction; the processes are very different, and even an accomplished animation helmer can sometimes be undone once they're faced with cameras, actors and the breakneck schedule of a feature film shoot, as opposed to the multi-year process t...

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    Keanu Reeves: Digital Cinema Historian and Filmmaker? See For Yourself Tonight at Tribeca

    Keanu Reeves: Digital cinema expert? Keanu Reeves, digital cinema historian?

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    Tribeca: Chris Colfer Talks His Screenwriting Debut 'Struck By Lightning,' and Explains Why He Didn't Cast His 'Glee' Co-Stars

    Chris Colfer has already proven himself singing, dancing and acting his way into the hearts of fans worldwide in Fox's hit TV show "Glee." On Sunday, Colfer proved himself to be a quadruple threat after world premiering his snappy and ambitious screenwriting debut, "Struck By Lightning," at the Trib...

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    Tribeca Review: The Deeply Insufferable 'Giant Mechanical Man' Is Quintessential Indie Film Hell

    There’s a special sort of Hell where films like “The Giant Mechanical Man” play, with the same ideas and tropes repeated around the clock, with the mistaken assumption that they’re endearing or, even worse, adorable. It’s the sort of picture that gives independent films a bad name, the type of film ...

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    Click 'Shift-X' on Tribeca's Website To Watch 'Damned'

    Not at the Tribeca Film Festival? Got a spare 10 minutes? Then go to TribecaFilm.com and click "Shift" and "X" keys to watch Richard Phelan's "Damned," an adorable animated short about an overly ambitious beaver.

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    Tribeca Docs Paint a Too-Often Sad State of Affairs for the US

    After several decades of the Reagan-Bush-Palin-Santorum circus in town, perhaps we don't need to be reminded of how silly this country can be. But a group of documentaries at the Tribeca Film Festival are exploring this funny land in a number of ways:

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