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    African/African American Feature Films & Shorts To See At The 2012 Tribeca Film Festival

    We've profiled almost all of these (except the shorts mostly) so the titles should be familiar; but no matter, this list is a good place to start for those of you planning to attend screenings at the festival and want to know what "black films" you should be looking out for.

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #6: 'Postcards from the Zoo' Director Edwin

    Get this: Edwin (yes, just Edwin) says he has "always made the right Oscar predictions since I was very young." But rather than chose to be an Oscar prognosticator, he decided to make movies because he loves them. When he was young he heard about a film school in Jakarta, Indonesia (the Jakarta Inst...

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    Tribeca Trailer Watch: Wagner's Dream Directed By Susan Froemke

    The film will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on Wednesday, April 25, followed by its worldwide theatrical release on May 7 - a one-day ticketed event as part of The Met: Live in HD series.

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #5: 'The World Before Her' Director Nisha Pahuja

    Nisha Pahuja, New Delhi born and Toronto raised, got into documentary filmmaking after studying English lit, working in social services and then by working as a doc researcher. "For some reason," after starting to make films thirteen years ago, she says, "I still make them--finding people with incre...

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    Tribeca to Honor Justin Bieber, Edward Burns and Others with Disruptive Innovation Awards

    The Tribeca Film Festival, in association with Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen, and Disruptor Foundation have announced the honorees for the third annual Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards, which highlight successful disruptive innovation in non-traditional, identity-based do...

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #4: 'Death of a Superhero' Director Ian FitzGibbon

    Ian FitzGibbon was an actor for ten years, training at RADA and appearing in "lots of English TV," including "Prime Suspect," before becoming bored and craving a challenge. So he began making short films and directed for TV, before making his first feature, 2008's "A Film With Me In It." And now, "D...

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #3: 'Fairhaven' Director Tom O'Brien

    After being a local sports celebrity with screaming fans in Elmira, New York, Tom O'Brien naturally became an actor. A few years in, he decided to start making work for himself and began writing plays at a theater company in New York (All Seasons, run by John McCormack). There, he met actor Chris Me...

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    Tribeca 2012 Exclusive - Grave, Stirring Trailer For "Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story"

    Recently acquired by Tribeca Film, Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story - described as a intensely personal film about children struggling to understand their parents is also a heartbreaking portrait of the legacy of intolerance - will premiere at the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival this mont...

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #2: 'Certain People' Director Levan Akin

    Making his directorial feature film debut (after directing Swedish TV and the short film, "De sista sakerna," which won Best Children's Film and the Audience Award at Hamberg), Levan Akin brings "Certain People" to Tribeca with the help of writer Lisa Östberg and producer Erika Stark. They wanted to...

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #1: 'Supporting Characters' Director Daniel Schechter

    Daniel Schechter always wanted to make movies and believes his desire to communicate is best served by his skills as a filmmaker. He calls "Supporting Characters" a significant departure from his previous films ("The Big Bad Swim" and "Goodbye Baby") because of its semi-autobiographical nature. Whil...

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