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    TFI Interactive Lineup To Highlight New Forms of Storytelling and Interactivity

    With the world of digital storytelling becoming all the more prominent in the film world, the Tribeca Film Institute has delved into the exploration of its increasing possibilities through its annual TFI Interactive event. Today the organization has announced the dynamic new program for the third an...

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    Tribeca Film Fest Announces Closing Night Film

    Writer/director John Carney's "Begin Again," the movie formerly known as "Can A Song Save Your Life?," will close the 13th annual Tribeca Film Festival this Spring in New York.

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    It's Time to Vote for Project of the Year!: Send One Film to the Tribeca Industry Meetings

    You have been voting all year – now help your favorite project get an opportunity at a spot in the Tribeca Film Institute’s Filmmaker and Industry Meetings at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. Last year's Project of the Year winner, "Dear White People," premiered to rave reviews at the Sundance Film F...

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    $50,000 Alfred P. Sloan Student Screenwriting Prize Goes to 'Survival of the Fittest,' by UCLA's Laura Alsum

    The Tribeca Film Institute has revealed the recipient of the 2014 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Student Grand Jury Prize for Screenwriting. “Survival of the Fittest” by Laura Alsum, a UCLA film student, was selected as winner from the science-themed scripts submitted by six leading film schools partici...

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    Tribeca Film Institute Awards 2014 Student Grand Jury Prize in Screenwriting

    It's been three years since the Tribeca Film Institute began bestowing student grants to aspiring filmmakers. Now the organization continues its charitable work in the independent film community by awarding Laura Alsum with the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Student Grand Jury Prize in Screenwriting for...

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    Six Women-Directed Projects to be Funded by Tribeca Film Institute

    Awardees include "Concussion" director Stacie Passon, TV writer Colette Burson, and documentarians Heather Courtney and Anayansi Prado.

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    11th Annual Tribeca All Access Program Announces 10 New Projects to Receive $150,000

    The Tribeca Film Institute just announced the grant-winning film projects of the 11th annual Tribeca All Access (TAA) program. Ten projects were chosen (of the 620 submissions), each to receive $15,000 in grants as well as access to year-round support and resources to help filmmakers complete their ...

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    Tribeca Film Institute Awards Ten Grants to Underrepresented Filmmakers

    The Tribeca Film Institute today announced ten promising new film projects selected for the 11th annual Tribeca All Access (TAA) program. The TAA program bolsters filmmakers from underrepresented communities, granting each project $15,000 along with year-round support, guidance, and resources to hel...

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    Rotterdam Panel: Creative Co-Funding of Indie Films, from Tribeca to Kickstarter (UPDATED)

    Funding and financing an independent film takes almost as much creativity as making the film, according to a panel of representatives from The Tribeca Film Fund, Kickstarter and Cinereach. Filmmakers from outside the U.S. -- especially those in Europe -- benefit from government support and co-produc...

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    'Dear White People:' From Indiewire Project of the Year to Sundance Film Festival

    Justin Simien's "Dear White People" was Indiewire's first-ever Project of the Year in March and now it has been selected to compete in the US Dramatic Competition at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival.

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