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    Tribeca Film Institute Expands Digital Storytelling Program to Los Angeles; Youth Screening Series Partners with Women and Girls Lead Campaign

    The Tribeca Film Institute is expanding its Tribeca Teaches program to Los Angeles. The after school digital-storytelling program is going to Lennox Middle School (in a neighborhood with a 93% low-income Latino population), marking its first location outside of New York...

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    Video Interview: Edward Burns On His Small-Budget Charmer, "Newlyweds"

    Edward Burns’ latest film, Newlyweds, is a delightfully witty, sharply observed romance that comes with its own amazing origin story. Although you wouldn’t guess it from the film’s clear, bright look, it was shot for a pittance -- around $9,000, yes that’s thousand &nda...

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    Why Tribeca Chose Frederic Boyer As Artistic Director, And What He Plans To Do

    The last few years have been especially complicated for Frédéric Boyer, the affable Parisian movie buff who used to run a video store in Paris and went on to run a film festival in Cannes. After assisting with the programming at Cannes' Directors' Fortnight sidebar for several ...

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    Tribeca Film Festival Names Frederic Boyer Artistic Director; Geoff Gilmore to Take 'Active Programming Role'

    The Tribeca Film Festival has overhauled its programming structure, naming former Directors' Fortnight head Frederic Boyer to the position of artistic director, with TFF programmer Genna Terranova promoted to director of programming.

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    Tribeca Program Director David Kwok Reflects on a Decade at the Festival After Announcing Departure

    Earlier this week, long time Tribeca Film Festival programmer, David Kwok, sent an email to friends and colleagues officially announcing what some had already known. After a decade at the event - one he helped get off the ground in the wake of 9/11 in Lower Manhattan - he is stepping down:

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    Tribeca Film Acquires Tony Kaye's "Detachment" For US Distribution

    "Detachment," Tony Kaye's first high-profile feature since "American History X," will be distributed in the US by Tribeca Films in 2012.

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    Tribeca Film Festival 2012 Now Open for Entries

    The Tribeca Film Festival announced its submissions dates for its narrative, documentary and shorts categories for its 2012 edition of the event. The festival will take place April 18 - 29, 2012 in New York City.

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    Wrapping Tribeca: Hesitant Reasons To Root For the Festival

    There's a simple formula for grousing about the Tribeca Film Festival: Take a few potshots at the tedious 9/11 references embedded in the festival's origin story, point out that the insistence on world premieres comes at the expense of quality, add some examples of how red-carpet glamour buries the ...

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    Tribeca Film Festival '11 | Rounding Up the Coverage

    The 10th Tribeca Film Festival closed over the weekend with the premiere of Edward Burns' "Newlyweds." The festival announced that Michael Collins' doc "Give Up Tomorrow" won the Audience Award, adding to the prize winners handed out last Thursday in which "She Monkeys" and "Bombay Beach" took the f...

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    TRIBECA FUTURES | Kivu Ruhorahoza: The First Rwandan Filmmaker

    Why He's On Our Radar: The first feature film from a Rwandan filmmaker -- ever -- Kivu Ruhorahoza's "Grey Matter" won a warm response at the Tribeca Film Festival, winning both a special jury mention and a best actor prize for star Ramadhan “Shami” Bizimana. The film follows Balthazar (Bizimana), a young African filmmaker on the brink of directing his first project, "The Cycle of the Cockroach." When potential funders for the film insist the themes are too bleak and encourage Balthazar to make a "message" film that raises awareness about gender-based violence or HIV/AIDS instead, he refuses to give up -- even if it drives him to the edge. Ruh...

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