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  1. Tribeca: Aubrey Plaza's 'About Alex' Gets U.S. Distribution

    12:24 pm 5/6/2014

    The film, also starring "New Girl's" Max Greenfield and "Parenthood's" Jason Ritter, was executive produced by Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick, the father of director Jesse Zwick.Read more

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  2. Mala Mala: Tribeca Review

    7:48 am 5/6/2014

    Dan Sickles and Antonio Santini's documentary chronicles members of Puerto Rico's LGBT community.Read more

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  3. Gabriel: Tribeca Review

    7:24 pm 5/2/2014

    Rory Culkin stars as a mentally unstable youth convinced that tracking down his first love is the answer to his problems in director Lou Howe's debut feature.Read more

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  4. Regarding Susan Sontag: Film Review

    11:51 am 4/29/2014

    Nancy Kates recounts the life and work of Susan Sontag.Read more

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  5. Silenced: Film Review

    10:57 am 4/29/2014

    James Spione talks to three former federal employees who exposed government secrets.Read more

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  6. Tribeca: Film Festival Attracts More Than 120,000 Moviegoers

    12:28 pm 4/28/2014

    The 12-day festival screened 89 features and 57 short films from 40 countries.Read more

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  7. Compared to What: The Improbable Journey of Barney Frank: Tribeca Review

    6:54 am 4/28/2014

    Sheila Canavan and Michael Chandler's documentary chronicles the life and career of the first openly gay congressman.Read more

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  8. Oscar-Winning Director of ‘The Cove’ Unveils ‘6’

    9:18 pm 4/27/2014

    "It's like 'The Avengers,' but real," says Louie Psihoyos of his new film about activists risking their lives to protect endangered species.Read more

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  9. Tribeca: 'Begin Again' Stars Keira Knightley and Adam Levine Talk Challenges of Singing, Acting

    4:22 pm 4/27/2014

    The producers and cast also weigh in on the new title for Toronto hit "Can a Song Save Your Life?"Read more

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  10. Sister: Tribeca Review

    9:48 am 4/27/2014

    An immature actor-screenwriter is suddenly forced to assume custody of his much younger, emotionally troubled adopted sister in David Lascher's debut film.Read more

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