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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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    Watch: Take a Look at the Man Few Know, but Should Know in the Trailer for Mike Myers' Directoral Debut 'Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon'

    In Mike Myers' directorial debut "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon" we get a glimpse at the life of a Shep Gordon, the little-known man behind the careers of some of our most beloved celebrities.

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Farihah Zaman (This Time Next Year)

    "It was particularly challenging working with teenagers. I had this notion that hey, I'm pretty young, I'm sort of cool, they'll just accept me into the fold. No, absolutely not. They sniffed out my advanced age and attendant lameness immediately -- I felt like Drew Barrymore in 'Never Been Kissed.'...

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    10 Films We're Excited To See At This Year's Hot Docs

    Hot Docs -- the largest documentary film festival in North America -- kicks off tonight in Toronto, and here's 10 films we're excited to see.

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    Tribeca Review: How Did a Talented Documentarian Make a Terrible Narrative Feature? The Failures of Amy Berg’s 'Every Secret Thing'

    Documentaries, it seems, are never enough. You’re not a real filmmaker in this country unless you create sweeping narrative features.

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