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Tribeca 2005.10: mPOP

Tribeca 2005.10: mPOP

So, Brian Brooks of indieWIRE teased me that I’ve now created my own little riff on his popular iPOP photo feature on his Web site. He calls it, “mPOP,” for probably obvious reasons. Well, all I have to say is, now that I’m back in Austin I’m sure there will be less and less mPOP than there was from my days in New York. In the meantime, though, here are some random photo moments from the end of my time at the Tribeca Film Festival:

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(Coming out for the one night he was in town during Tribeca, Super Size Me director Morgan Spurlock hangs with indieWIRE’s Brian and Eugene at the after-party for The Thing About My Folks.)

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(Myself and Bob Berney of Newmarket Films, or his new company with HBO Films and Fine Line Features, at the Tribeca Grill.)

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(I grew up watching the man on the right on television. Former Yo! MTV Raps host Fab Five Freddy and friend hang out at the cocktail reception for 2046, hosted by Sony Pictures Classics. Freddy is also one of the subjects of festival doc TV Party.)

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(Director Michael Almereyda, far left, and Nick Nolte say hello as Nolte leaves the cocktail party for Beautiful Country to head off to the festival screening of the film.)

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(Lantern Lane’s David Garber, left, and Film Sales Company’s Jared Moshe hanging out at the Thing About My Folks after-party.)

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(Nantucket Film Festival’s Mystelle Brabbee, left, and production associate for John Sayles, Suzanne Ceresko, grab a glass of wine on Greenwich as we walk between events.)

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(Jeff “The Dude” Dowd, far left, and his crew exit the Thing About My Folks party.)

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(DJ spins some great new hip-hop at the Tribeca Grand Hotel party for the Tribeca All Access participants. The party was co-hosted by the Playboy Foundation, but no, Hef was nowhere to be found. Tom Wolfe was running around shortly before the party began though, for whatever that’s worth. And yes, he was wearing a white suit.)

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