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    Trailer Watch: Breastmilk Doc Explores the Many Different Ways to Be a Parent and Nourish

    Producer Ricki Lake ("The Business of Being Born") and director Dana Ben-Ari chronicle the rewards and anxieties of breastfeeding.

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    Tribeca Review: Stirring Documentary 'Virunga' Will Change Your Perspective On the Crisis in Congo

    The movie works on its own terms even as it functions as a first-rate call to action.

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    Safdie Brothers Announce Narrative Feature 'Heaven Knows What' and New Production Company

    When most people think of sibling directors who work together they're probably think about the Coen Brothers. Still, the Safdie Brothers, who just finished filming their latest narrative feature "Heaven Knows What" and are behind last year's acclaimed documentary "Lenny Cooke," shouldn't be ignored.

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    Tribeca Video: 'Point and Shoot' Documentary Subject Matthew VanDyke on the Nature of Modern War

    Indiewire contributor John Anderson sat down with Oscar-nominated director Marshall Curry and Matthew VanDyke on their documentary 'Point and Shoot,' about VanDyke's experiences at war in Libya. Their conversation is part of the "Meet the Filmmaker" series for the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.

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    Dir. Richard Ray Perez on 'Cesar's Last Fast' Part 1: Origin of the Story of an Icon

    In this in-depth two-part interview Dir. Richard Ray Perez discussed with us the origin and unfathomable challenges to get the film off the ground, and his personal relationship to the Chavez legacy.

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Eva von Schweinitz (A Film Is a Film Is a Film)

    "What does it mean that we're constantly moving away from the analog into the digital? My intention is to show why the loss of this beautiful material is worth caring about."

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    Famed Whistleblowers Speak Out at Tribeca Film Festival Screening of 'Silenced'

    Despite currently serving a thirty-month prison sentence, John Kiriakou’s presence was deeply felt this weekend during Tribeca Film Festival's screening of "Silenced," a documentary by Oscar-nominated filmmaker James Spione. The film follows Kiriakou’s account of learning of and exposing the CIA’s u...

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    Tribeca Review: Legos Are Hotter Than Ever. This New Documentary Tells You Why.

    "Beyond the Brick: A LEGO Brickumentary" has many of the ingredients of a glorified infomercial, but it makes some valid points about the popularity of Legos today.

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Jessica Yu (Misconception)

    "We literally had people asking us to make this film. But then during the research phase, I became fascinated by the disconnect between what I thought I knew and what is actually happening."

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