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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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    Tribeca Review: Landmark LGBT Documentary 'Mala Mala'

    To the uninitiated, the struggles of transsexuals and the transgendered in Puerto Rico seems like a narrow story to tell. “Mala Mala” doesn't waste time trying to give audiences a “universal” hook, nor does it exoticize its performers. Instead, this documentary is affectingly sensual, from its showy...

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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 Review: Harsh, Evocative Youth Drama 'Young Bodies Heal Quickly'

    Even the greatest filmmakers are guilty of overly romanticizing boyhood. A little bit of bad behavior and a slice of wildness have fueled boys of the cinema, as they grow up and, in most cases, inexplicably become responsible men. It's not clear if that occurs at the very end of “Young Bodies Heal Q...

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    8 Smart Things Things Said at Tribeca Innovation Week About The Future of Film, Technology and Storytelling

    With the ongoing goal of narrowing the gap between the creative and tech worlds, The Tribeca Film Festival introduced Tribeca Innovation Week this year.

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    I Answer Questions About My New Book 'The $11 Billion Year'

    My new book about the year 2012, "The $11 Billion Year: From Sundance to the Oscars, an Inside Look at the Changing Hollywood System," is in bookstores.

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