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  1. 'A Nazi Legacy: What Our Fathers Did': Tribeca Review

    8:06 am 4/25/2015

    Two elderly sons of Nazi criminals confront the pastRead more

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  2. 'Men Go to Battle': Tribeca Review

    7:04 am 4/25/2015

    Two Kentucky brothers take different paths in the Civil WarRead more

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  3. 'The Emperor's New Clothes': Tribeca Review

    4:59 pm 4/24/2015

    Russell Brand has a go at "free-market fundamentalism"Read more

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  4. 'Peggy Guggenheim — Art Addict': Tribeca Review

    2:45 pm 4/24/2015

    Peggy Guggenheim knew everyone in 20th Century art — many of them intimatelyRead more

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  5. Tribeca: Director Cary Fukunaga Says Movie Fans Are "As Responsible for the Death of Cinema as the People Who Make It"

    1:44 pm 4/24/2015

    The Emmy-winning 'True Detective' helmer talked about his work on the first season of the HBO series and his upcoming Idris Elba-starring African war drama 'Beasts of No Nation,' which will be released on Netflix.Read more

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  6. 'Tenured': Tribeca Review

    12:32 pm 4/24/2015

    A depressed elementary school teacher takes out his personal problems on his young students in Chris Modoono's dark comedyRead more

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  7. Tribeca 2015: Tony Bennett, Ne-Yo Honor Frank Sinatra at Tribute Concert

    9:43 am 4/24/2015

    "Frank was an entertainer —that embodies all of it: acting, music, singing, dancing. If you needed it, he could do it."Read more

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  8. 'Anesthesia': Tribeca Review

    7:55 am 4/23/2015

    Sam Waterston leads a strong ensemble in Tim Blake Nelson's latest.Read more

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  9. 'Slow Learners': Tribeca Review

    7:18 am 4/23/2015

    Adam Pally and Sarah Burns play best friends who decide to transform their personalities in Don Argott and Sheena M. Joyce's romantic comedy.Read more

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  10. Inside Schwarzenegger's First Indie, 'Maggie': A Restrained, Stoic, Gentle Arnold

    6:07 am 4/23/2015

    "It was probably the lowest budget movie I've ever done in my life," he said of the post-apocalyptic drama. "'Terminator' was $6.5 million, but that was 1984!"Read more

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