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  1. Post-Apocalyptic Thriller 'The Survivalist' Goes to Alchemy

    11:09 am 5/15/2015

    Written and directed by Stephen Fingleton, the film premiered at Tribeca.Read more

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  2. 'Very Semi-Serious': Tribeca Review

    12:00 pm 4/29/2015

    New Yorker cartoon editor Bob Mankoff introduces his stable of oddball artists.Read more

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  3. Tribeca: 2015 Film Festival Attracts More Than 138,000 Moviegoers

    1:44 pm 4/27/2015

    The 14th annual event reported a slight increase in attendance compared to the 2014 edition.Read more

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  4. 'Dream/Killer': Tribeca Review

    7:47 am 4/27/2015

    A father never gives up in his campaign to prove his son's innocence.Read more

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  5. 'The Wannabe': Tribeca Review

    2:20 pm 4/26/2015

    Vincent Piazza and Patricia Arquette are lovers in love with the MobRead more

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  6. 'Monty Python: The Meaning of Live': Tribeca Review

    12:47 pm 4/26/2015

    Behind the scenes at the Pythons' last hurrahRead more

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  7. 'Jackrabbit': Tribeca Review

    9:22 am 4/26/2015

    Post-apocalyptic hackers wonder what's beyond City Six.Read more

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  8. Tribeca: Martin Scorsese Said He "Denigrated a Certain Ethnic Group" at 'Goodfellas' Reunion

    6:00 am 4/26/2015

    "Joe Pesci couldn't be here, but he sent this email: 'F—, f—, f—, f—ity f—, f—'" read Robert De Niro, introducing the film at the closing night of the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival.Read more

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  9. Tribeca: Brad Bird Shows 'Tomorrowland' Clip, Defends Tom Cruise As Janeane Garofalo Jokes About Scientology

    9:00 pm 4/25/2015

    The filmmaker behind 'Ratatouille,' 'The Incredibles,' 'Mission: Impossible –Ghost Protocol' and this summer's George Clooney-starring sci-fi movie also talked about the challenges and rewards of making big-budget live-action films.Read more

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  10. Tribeca: Monty Python Members Play Musical Chairs With John Oliver

    3:34 pm 4/25/2015

    "John, I'm sorry about your career. It was going so well. You were doing so f—ing great until you fell for this offer," Eric Idle told the 'Last Week Tonight' host as he gamely moderated a Q&A full of silly gags.Read more

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