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    Tribeca Review: Genre-Bending Comedy 'The Kidnapping Of Michel Houellebecq'

    In 2011, acclaimed novelist Michel Houellebecq disappeared. Given his politically conservative leanings and his often argumentative and incendiary prose, theories circulated about his life being threatened and in jeopardy. Houellebecq eventually surfaced of his own volition, but there is now a film ...

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    Michael Douglas Talks to 'Supermensch' Shep Gordon at the Tribeca Film Festival

    You may only know Shep Gordon as Alice Cooper’s manager and the executive producer of his TV movies, but after "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon" you’ll most likely remember him as the guy who got punched by Janice Joplin, shared a cat with Cary Grant, brewed tea for the Dalai Lama, and partie...

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    Tribeca Review: Narrative Prize Winner ‘Zero Motivation’ Deserves All The Praise

    Satirical comedies set in the military aren’t aplenty in cinema. Sure you have “M.A.S.H” and “Stripes,” and “Dr. Strangelove” qualifies to some extent (though it’s more of black comedy about war), and “The Last Detail” (which really veers towards drama ultimately), but classics in the genre are far ...

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    Tribeca Review: Best New Narrative Director Winner 'Manos Sucias'

    Joseph Wladyka's "Manos Sucias" is one out of a dozen feature winners from this year's Tribeca Film Festival. It's a startling and authentic slice of harsh life of a forgotten corner of the world, and the jury's reasons for awarding it mention Wladyka's involvement in the community and the months of...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Beneath The Harvest Sky' Starring Aiden Gillen, Emory Cohen & Callan McAullife

    Filmmaking couple Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly have been working together since the critically acclaimed documentary “The Way We Get By,” back in 2009. With “Beneath The Harvest Sky,” the duo are covering new ground, in more ways than one. They are stepping out of the factual world of documentari...

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    “Chef” Audience Award Winner at Tribeca Film Festival 2014

    Jon Favreau, wrote, directed, and starred in what might sound like a simplistic plot, yet is very funny and feel good. Carl Casper (Jon Favreau), is the chef in a top restaurant in Los Angeles

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    Tribeca Review: Boxing Documentary 'Champs' Brings The American Dream Ringside

    For the most part, the genre of boxing documentaries has largely focused on the big fights and the pugilists with the most personality, and you could be forgiven for making a similar assumption about "Champs" on first glance. Legendary boxers Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield and Bernard Hopkins take ce...

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    Tribeca Film Festival 2014: “Manos Sucias”

    In ONE DAY, the topics ranged from rock stars/”Super Duper Alice Cooper,” fashion/”Dior and I,” drug deals/the Spike Lee executively produced, “Manos Sucias,” hot dogs/”Famous Nathan,” Montana/”Fishtail,” and sports/”When the Garden Was Eden.”

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    Tribeca Review: The Sweetly Subversive 'The Bachelor Weekend'

    It makes sense that, given the overwhelming financial success of "The Hangover" franchise, other films would take that formula (of a bachelor party weekend spun wildly out of control) and try to put their unique stamp on the situation. So far we've already had "21 and Over" ("The Hangover" in colleg...

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    “Zero Motivation," Winner of the Nora Ephron Prize and The Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature at Tribeca

    The Nora Ephron Prize : Zero Motivation, written and directed by Talya Lavie (Israel). Winner receives $25,000, sponsored by Coach, Inc. The award was given by Delia Ephron, Carol Kane, Natasha Lyonne, and Tanya Wexler along with Stephanie Stahl, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Strategy, Coa...

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