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    Attention, Filmmakers: The Tribeca Film Festival Launches Interactive Music Video Contest

    For the first time, Tribeca and its partners invite storytellers and content creators to work with Interlude’s interactive video platform to create an interactive music film for major music artists Damon Albarn, Aloe Blacc and Ellie Goulding, with the winning project for each screening at TFF in Apr...

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    Tribeca Film Fest Launches Interactive Music Film Challenge, with $10K for Winning Filmmakers

    The Tribeca Film Festival has unveiled a new competition, the Tribeca Interactive & Interlude: A Music Film Challenge. The fest invites storytellers and content creators to work with Interlude’s video platform to create an interactive music film for major music artists Damon Albarn, Aloe Blacc, and ...

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    Review: Kim Mordaunt's Australian Oscar Submission 'The Rocket,' a Primitivist Parable with Anti-Corporate Message (TRAILER)

    There’s some seductively primeval scenery decorating Aussie director Kim Mordaunt’s “The Rocket,” which is Australia's Oscar entry, if only because its setting -- Laos -- has so seldom appeared on western screens. The film opens in New York City on January 10 and in Los Angeles on January 17 at the ...

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    Tarantino's Go-To Stuntwoman Zoe Bell on Headlining the Bloody 'Raze' and What She Learned From the 'Death Proof' Director

    Kiwi stuntwoman and sometimes actress Zoe Bell is best known for her standout turn atop the hood of a moving car in Quentin Tarantino's "Death Proof." She played a small role in his hit follow-up "Django Unchained" but remained masked throughout, not getting an opportunity to shine.

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    Hurt People Hurt People: Neil LaBute & Alice Eve On The Intricate Roleplaying Of ‘Some Velvet Morning’

    Since his award-winning debut feature “In the Company of Men” in 1997, Neil LaBute has developed a diverse career that spans writing and directing for both the stage and screen. Depicting unsettling and often cruel relationships between men and women, his work can be difficult to stomach, but there ...

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    Alice Eve on Why Neil La Bute's 'Some Velvet Morning' Marks a 'Personal Watershed' For Her

    At 31, Alice Eve is at a new, exciting stage in her career. The London-born, California-raised actress has for the past decade been making a name for herself in Hollywood by playing eye candy in films like "She's Out of My League," "Men in Black 3," "Sex and the City 2," and most recently "Stark Tre...

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    Watch: Caity Lotz Makes For One Dangerous 'Machine' in Trailer for New Thriller

    "The Pact"'s kick-ass heroine Caity Lotz is back, this time a robot in the trailer for Caradog James' sci-fi thriller "The Machine." Below watch the first UK trailer for the film.

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    The Amazing Little 'Broken Circle Breakdown'

    Bluegrass and Belgium are two words I would not have thought to put in the same sentence (or thought about at all, really) before The Broken Circle Breakdown, Belgium's entry in the Oscar race. Bluegrass is a crucial element in the story, from the sexy beginning to the wrenching end of a romance be...

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    Film Festivals Take A Giant Step Forward In Organizing

    At the recent New York IFP Meetings in mid September Just after TIFF, I attended a day devoted to an initiative called the IFP Festival Forum.This nascent professional association of film festivals has been convening at IFP’s independent Film Week and the Sundance Film Festival for a couple ...

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    Tribeca Rerun: Wadjda - Written and Directed by Haifaa Al-Mansour

    What Wadjda (Waad Mohammed) wants to do is simple - ride a bike. That shouldn't be so difficult, but when you live in Saudi Arabia, a place where women can't drive, a girl riding a bike in the street is not allowed

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