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    Juliette Binoche Talks About Her Personal Connection to 'Elles,' Masturbating on Film, and What Scares Her

    It's easy to take Juliette Binoche for granted. Since winning her Oscar back in 1996 for her turn in Anthony Minghella's "The English Patient," the French actress hasn't struck a false note (there's a reason the French press refer to her as 'La Binoche'; the woman is a national treasure) with unc...

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    Canada Sweeps Tribeca!

    It was a big night for Canadian films at the Tribeca Film Festival award ceremony last night: Kim Nguyen's "War Witch" and Nisha Pahuja's "The World Before Her" took the top prizes at Tribeca last night in the narrative and documentary categories, respectively.

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    Criticwire Critics Rank Tribeca; 'Yossi,' 'Planet of Snail' Among Standouts

    Unlike this year's Sundance, where “Beasts of the Southern Wild” cemented its status as the Sundance feel-good after seemingly everyone got behind it early, the Tribeca Film Festival program has divided critics. Rather than one film catching the attention of the masses, the reviews f...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Whole Lotta Sole' Is An Insufferable Comic Take On The British Gangster Movie

    The title of "Whole Lotta Sole" is the kind of gratingly obnoxious flourish that makes you hate the movie immediately. First of all it sits in your mouth like a blob of half-chewed gummy bears; secondly, it sounds like a direct-to-video independent movie produced in the mid-90s that the Weinsteins p...

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    Tribeca Film Festival Awards Go To 'War Witch,''Una Noche,' 'The World Before Her'

    The 11th annual Tribeca Film Festival revealed the winners of its competition categories Thursday. This year’s festival presented 89 features and 60 short films from 46 countries; the programmers were led by Tribeca’s Chief Creative Officer Geoff Gilmore, new Artistic Director Frederic Boyer, and Di...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Supporting Characters' Is A Middling Movie, But A Decent Would-Be Pilot Episode For A Show We Might Watch

    What fascinates about “Supporting Characters,” the new relationship comedy premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, is that it’s greatest strength also registers as its most notable weakness. This decidedly Noo Yawk tale of an editing team in New York City and their satellite frien...

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    'War Witch' and 'The World Before Her' Take Top Prizes at 2012 Tribeca Film Festival

    Kim Nguyen's "War Witch" and Lucy Mulloy's "Una Noche" were the big winners of the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival narrative competition, while Nisha Pahuja's "The World Before Her" took the top documentary competition prize at the fest. The winners were announced Thursday night at an awards ceremony at ...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Graceland' Mashes Together Suspense Thriller With Sobering Child Trafficking Drama, With Mixed Results

    Mild-mannered husband and father Marlon Villar is just having one of those days. The boss is on his case. His wife is being needy. His daughter is acting up. The cops are bugging him. “Graceland” begins as a compendium of what some adults would call a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. Wah w...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Beyond The Hill' A Slow Burn Without The Burn

    Initially a proficient micro-budget character study with promises of suspense, "Beyond The Hill" squanders its tension by hitting repetitive notes and devolving into a heavy-handed parable. Emin Alper's little bag of tricks can't sustain an entire film and no amount of beautifully-...

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    The Emotional NYC Premiere of "Keep the Lights On" at Tribeca

    Being a gay film person in New York has its perks, one of which was being able to follow the production of a movie we all felt would be really important. Ira Sachs' "Keep The Lights On" was the movie, it was the summer of 2011, and we were all excited to have a gay-themed story told in...

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