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    SFIFF Women Directors: Meet Sara Dosa (The Last Season)

    "These two [former soldiers] bonded in the mushroom-hunting camps after sharing stories of surviving war in Southeast Asia, then became adopted father and son."

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    SFIFF Women Directors: Meet Julie Bertuccelli (School of Babel)

    "[My subjects] are Irish, Senegalese, Brazilian, Moroccan, Chinese: 24 students, 24 nationalities. They are between 11- and 15-years-old and have just arrived in France. For a year they will be all together in the same [language and cultural] adaptation class at a Parisian secondary school."

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    RADiUS-TWC Will 'Keep On Keepin' On'

    Weinstein boutique label RADiUS-TWC has acquired both worldwide rights and remake rights for the music doc "Keep On Keepin' On," winner of the Audience Award at the 2014 Tribeca Film Fest.

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    Tribeca: The Director of 'The Cove' Has Made Another Activist Doc, And It Needs Work. Here's How He Can Fix It.

    Although the first public screening was a work in progress, it closed with a plea for viewers to share feedback. We've obliged.

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    Forgotten Hopeful Travelers: Dir. Marc Silver on "Who is Dayani Cristal?"

    British documentary filmmaker Marc Silver brings a riveting and touching vision to the immigration subject in his outstanding and heartbreaking documentary "Who Is Dayani Cristal?". The story of a dead body found in the desert and the investigation to find the the man behind the mystery. Helped by G...

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    SFIFF Women Directors: Meet Jane Pollard (20,000 Days on Earth)

    "Our film is not a solemn, deferential portrait of an acclaimed musician. Instead, we focused on probing universal themes including mortality, our time on earth and how we spend that time."

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Sheila Canavan (Compared to What: The Improbable Journey of Barney Frank)

    "Introducing a young, idealistic 13-year-old growing up in Bayonne, New Jersey, and inspired by Eleanor Roosevelt and Allard Lowenstein, the film takes us through his improbable and painful journey as a lonely, closeted man to an authentic life as the first openly gay and married Congressperson."

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    'Being Elmo' Subject, Puppeteer Kevin Clash, Cleared of Sex Abuse Charges

    After having been accused of sexual misconduct with minors, Kevin Clash, the subject of Sundance award-winning documentary "Being Elmo," has been cleared of all charges. The Hollywood Reporter reports the charged have been dismissed by the U.S. Court of Appeals.

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    Zero Motivation Director Talya Lavie Wins Top Prize at Tribeca

    Lavie also picked up the second annual Nora Ephron Prize, co-presented by Delia Ephron.

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