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    As Tribeca Kicks Off, 'A Brony Tale' Leads Some Must-See Docs

    “The business of the business is so crazy and complicated that we forget why we’re doing what we’re doing,” said veteran producer Paula Weinstein (“Analyze This,” “The Perfect Storm,” “The Company Men,” “The Astronaut Farmer”), now in her third month as a VP at Tribeca Enterprises. “Now, I’m reminde...

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    Tribeca Exclusive: Dancing Gets Crispy In Clip From Documentary 'Ballet 422'

    While Darren Aronofsky provided audiences with a nightmarish vision of what it means to be dancer in "Black Swan," in real life, ballet is a mix of collaboration, dedication and lots of sweat. And viewers will see all of that come together in the documentary "Ballet 422," premiering at the Tribeca F...

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Jennifer Grausman (Art and Craft)

    "I couldn't stop thinking about it: what kind of art forger donates his work to museums instead of selling it?"

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    Tribeca Exclusive: Clip From Documentary 'Tomorrow We Disappear' Visits A Unique Artists Colony

    In places all over the world, there are remarkable people doing amazing things, and even as connected as we are, the opportunity to truly immerse yourself in another culture is difficult. But the filmmakers behind "Tomorrow We Disappear," premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, will take viewers on...

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #42: Tristan Patterson Goes to 1983 LA for 'Electric Slide'

    Born and raised in Los Angeles, Tristan Patterson talked to Indiewire about "Electric Slide," which tells the story of famous bank robber Eddie Dodson. He's familiar with icon-centered chronicles - his last documentary, "Dragonslayer," followed a local skate legend. Talking about this new project in...

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    Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal Explain Why the Tribeca Film Festival Isn't Going Anywhere

    When the Tribeca Film Festival was launched in 2002, few insiders were more skeptical about its long-term prospects than co-founder Robert De Niro.

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #40: Juan Pablo Cadaveira Follows Famous Fighter for 'Maravilla'

    Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Juan Pablo Cadaveira comes from a background of editing narrative, documentaries and commercials. As an editor, he has worked on “Handsome Harry” (Tribeca Film Festival), “History Detectives” (PBS series); and documentary "License to Thrive: Title IX at 35". “Maravil...

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #39: Brin Hill Chased Snow for 'In Your Eyes,' Written By Joss Whedon

    Writer-director Brin Hall is bringing his first feature since 2008 to Tribeca this year, after working as a writer on films like "Won't Back Down" and "Battle of the Year." Looking to Soderbergh for inspiration and working with writer Joss Whedon ("The Avengers," "The Cabin in the Woods," and "Toy...

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #38: Alonso Ruizpalacios Writes a Love Letter to Mexico City with 'Gueros'

    A ridiculous number of obstacles stood (and still stand) in Alonso Ruizpalacios' way as he takes black-and-white feature "Gueros" to Tribeca and the world. The TV screenwriter from Mexico City has a lot of heart behind this project, as well as one of the most unconventionally inspiring answers to th...

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #37: Alan Hicks' 'Keep On Keepin' On' Came With Steep Learning Curves

    For someone who says he has "zero experience in the industry," Alan Hicks seems set to secure success at Tribeca this year. His feature debut "Keep On Keepin' On" follows 89-year-old jazz legend Clark Terry (Quincy Jones's first teacher) over four years.

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