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  1. The Girl: Tribeca Review

    2:43 pm 4/30/2012

    Abbie Cornish stars in writer-director David Riker's indie drama about a desperate young Texan woman drawn into the dangerous world of illegal immigration.Read more

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  2. Joe Papp in Five Acts: Tribeca Review

    10:26 am 4/30/2012

    The doc directed by Tracie Holder and Karen Thorsen focuses on a kid from Brooklyn who hid his immigrant roots until well into his theatrical career.Read more

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  3. Journey to Planet X: Tribeca Review

    9:07 pm 4/29/2012

    Documentary follows two aspiring filmmakers as they create their low-budget science fiction films.Read more

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  4. The Flat: Tribeca Review

    8:53 pm 4/29/2012

    When director Arnon Goldfinger's grandmother passes away, he's tasked with clearing out the Tel Aviv flat that she and her husband shared for decades since immigrating from Nazi Germany in the 1930s.Read more

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  5. Whole Lotta Sole: Tribeca Review

    2:46 pm 4/29/2012

    Brendan Fraser, Colm Meaney, David O'Hara, Martin McCann and Yaya DaCosta star in Terry George's crime comedy about a botched heist, set in contemporary Belfast.Read more

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  6. Portrait of Wally: Tribeca Review

    4:00 pm 4/28/2012

    Andrew Shea's film focus in the painting by Egon Schiele, which was taken from a Jewish art dealer before the World War II.Read more

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  7. Critic's Notebook: Films That Debuted Elsewhere Outshone Tribeca Film Festival’s World Premieres

    7:53 pm 4/27/2012

    Despite the hoopla, the Tribeca Film Festival has sparked some controversy in its closing weekend.Read more

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  8. The Playroom: Tribeca Review

    4:10 pm 4/27/2012

    The '70s drama, directed by Julia Dyer, is about a suburban family who lives a tumultuous night.Read more

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  9. Deadfall: Tribeca Review

    3:16 pm 4/27/2012

    Eric Bana, Olivia Wilde, Charlie Hunnam and Kate Mara star in this violent quasi-Western set in snowbound north Michigan and directed by Stefan Ruzowitsky, whose film "The Counterfeiters" won the foreign-language Oscar in 2008.Read more

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  10. Tribeca 2012: Michael Moore Praises Tribeca Winners, Casual Attire

    2:11 pm 4/27/2012

    "You can come to closing night in hoodie," he tells THR. "You don’t do that at Cannes.”Read more

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