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  1. While We Were Here: Tribeca Review

    12:42 pm 4/27/2012

    The Kat Coiro-directed movie stars Kate Bosworth as a married woman who enters into an affair with a younger man while writing a project on the island of Ischia.Read more

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  2. Jack and Diane: Tribeca Review

    12:21 pm 4/27/2012

    Bradley Rust Gray's movie starring Juno Temple and Riley Keough centered on two lesbians teenagers spending the summer in New York City.Read more

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  3. Tribeca Film Festival 2012 Award Winners: 'War Witch,' 'Una Noche,' Win Top Prizes

    3:04 pm 4/26/2012

    The 11th annual festival in New York gave awards to the French-language film about an African child soldier and the Spanish-language film about Cuban refugees.Read more

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  4. Francophrenia: Tribeca Review

    12:47 pm 4/26/2012

    James Franco's documentary delves into his experience on "General Hospital."Read more

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  5. Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story: Tribeca Review

    11:49 am 4/26/2012

    Built around a single, long-forgotten scrap of film, Raymond De Felitta's film investigates an unsung hero of the Civil Rights era.Read more

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  6. Lola Versus: Tribeca Review

    10:07 am 4/26/2012

    Greta Gerwig carries director Daryl Wein's comedy about getting dumped and turning 30.Read more

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  7. Wagner's Dream: Tribeca Review

    5:00 pm 4/25/2012

    Susan Froemke and Bob Eisenhardt's doc focuses on the Metropolitan Opera's expensive new production of the 'Ring' cycle. Read more

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  8. Kanye West Brings Kim Kardashian to Chanel's Tribeca Film Festival Artist Dinner

    7:07 pm 4/24/2012

    The rapper takes the reality-TV entrepreneur as his date to the stylish event in downtown Manhattan.Read more

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  9. Freaky Deaky: Tribeca Review

    1:13 pm 4/24/2012

    Elmore Leonard adaptation overdoses on '70s kitsch but never gets its freak on.Read more

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  10. Replicas: Tribeca Review

    12:55 pm 4/24/2012

    A well-acted but conventional home-invasion thriller, Jeremy Power Regimbal's directorial debut fails to live up to earlier genre benchmarks like "Funny Games."Read more

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