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    "The Avengers" Premieres at Tribeca, Weirdly Enough

    Remember when the Tribeca Film Festival hosted the World Premiere of "New York Minute," the Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen vehicle? The U.S. premiere of "The Avengers" at BMCC Tribeca on Saturday falls into place as Tribeca's 2nd most egregious bow towards movie stars regardless ...

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    Here is Everything You Need to Know About the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival

    The 2012 Tribeca Film Festival came to a close on Sunday. Here's all of Indiewire's coverage, in addition to that of our blog network.

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    The Top 4 Great Gay Moments at the Tribeca Film Festival

    1. Kylie Minogue's "Jack and Diane" Cameo

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    Here Are 15 Reviews of Tribeca Film Festival Titles

    Indiewire was on the scene at this year's Tribeca Film Festival to grade this some of the most anticipated titles and hidden gems playing at the event. Below find 15 reviews of films that screened at the festival:

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    Tribeca Fest: Controversial Art Doc 'Portrait of Wally,' Audience Award Winners

    Andrew Shea's art doc 'Portrait of Wally,' which documents the tug-of-war surrounding a controversial Egon Schiele painting, played at Tribeca Saturday night, and earned some strong early reviews: Variety:

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    Eytan Fox's "Yossi": The Best Film I Saw At Tribeca

    I wasn't the biggest fan of Eytan Fox's 2002 film "Yossi & Jaggar."  A love story between two male Israeli soldiers, it was most certainly an affecting, sexy portrait of a doomed gay relationship in a very specific milieu. But I found it a little too soap-operatic, a littl...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Knife Fight' Is Political Mud-Slinging For Dummies

    For those of you who felt “Ides Of March” was entirely too cerebral and challenging, here comes the dunderheaded “Knife Fight.” A political satire that treads no new ground, this name-heavy comedy wastes an engaging central performance by Rob Lowe, who is completely game to play all sides of the pol...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Una Noche' A Funny, Bawdy, Hopeful Debut Picture From Lucy Mulloy

    There’s a youthful energy running through “Una Noche” that threatens to overwhelm, from its sun-kissed first image to its final moments on the sands of the beach. Alive and vibrant, Lucy Mulloy’s often bawdy first feature is narrated by Lila, a blossoming teenage girl confused by her sexuality, alie...

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    New Yorkers, Go Get Yourself a Free Diet Coke!

    Alright so, yes, Diet Coke is sponsoring the Lost Boys coverage of Tribeca so it's hard to appear objective in this suggestion, but: Starting today there's a Diet Coke sampling truck handing out free bottles somewhere in Manhattan.

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    Tribeca Announces TAA Creative Promise Winners

    The winners for the Tribeca All Access Creative Promise Awards were announced last night. Winners included Jeff Barnaby's "Rhymes for Young Ghouls," while Yoruba Richen's "The New Black" took home the prize for documentary. Each project received $10,000, as well as an or...

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