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  • Casa Valentina: Theater Review

    6:00 PM 4/23/2014
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    Harvey Fierstein's new Broadway play is set in the Catskill Mountains in 1962, inspired by a real-life resort where ostensibly heterosexual men went to release their inner woman. READ MORE

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  • Inevitable: Film Review

    5:03 PM 4/23/2014
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    Jorge Algora’s follow-up to the unfairly neglected "The Mud Boy." READ MORE

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  • Found & Lost (Cong Cong): Beijing Review

    4:42 PM 4/23/2014
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    Decades-spanning drama explores a young woman's reunion with her estranged father and her recollections about life in politically tumultuous China from 1959 to 1989. READ MORE

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  • Beyond the Brick: A Lego Brickumentary: Tribeca Review

    4:04 PM 4/23/2014
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    Daniel Junge and Kief Davidson provide a doc chaser to "The Lego Movie." READ MORE

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  • 1971: Tribeca Review

    2:51 PM 4/23/2014
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    Johanna Hamilton introduces a crew of long-anonymous activists who exposed FBI wrongdoing. READ MORE

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  • Tanzania: A Journey Within: Film Review

    2:34 PM 4/23/2014
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    A mismatched pair of friends take a road trip through Tanzania. READ MORE

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  • Miss Meadows: Tribeca Review

    10:22 AM 4/23/2014
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    Katie Holmes plays a sweet, well-mannered schoolteacher who blows away bad guys in Karen Leigh Hopkins' dark comedy. READ MORE

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  • Brick Mansions: Film Review

    9:30 AM 4/23/2014
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    Paul Walker plays fast and furious in Luc Besson's U.S. remake of French urban ghetto action movie. READ MORE

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  • The Other Woman: Film Review

    1:57 AM 4/23/2014
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    Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann exact revenge on a cheating cad of a husband in Nick Cassavetes' adultery comedy. READ MORE

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  • 5 to 7: Tribeca Review

    5:29 PM 4/22/2014
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    Anton Yelchin plays a young writer having the whirlwind affair that will inspire his first novel. READ MORE

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  • Boulevard: Tribeca Review

    4:42 PM 4/22/2014
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    Robin Williams plays a man finally acknowledging to himself that he is gay. READ MORE

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  • The Girl and Death: Film Review

    4:17 PM 4/22/2014
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    Dutch filmmaker Jos Stelling offers a very Russian tale of doomed love. READ MORE

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  • The Journey: Filmart Review

    4:09 PM 4/22/2014
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    Director Chiu Keng Guan steers this low-key comedy into a Malaysian box office history. READ MORE

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  • The Losers: HKIFF Review

    3:41 PM 4/22/2014
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    Taiwanese writer-director Lou Yi-an moves from the city to the country for his sophomore effort. READ MORE

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  • Night Flight: HKIFF Review

    3:33 PM 4/22/2014
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    South Korea’s preeminent LGBT filmmaker broadens his horizons for his latest effort. READ MORE

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  • Iceman 3D: Film Review

    1:34 PM 4/22/2014
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    Law Wing-cheong and star Donnie Yen team up for a big budget, 3D actioner. READ MORE

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  • Every Secret Thing: Tribeca Review

    10:45 AM 4/22/2014
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    Two troubled teenage girls are suspected in the disappearance of a toddler in the "West of Memphis" documentary filmmaker's fiction film debut. READ MORE

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  • In Your Eyes: Tribeca Review

    6:34 PM 4/21/2014
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    Brin Hill directs Joss Whedon's script about a man and a woman who are linked telepathically. READ MORE

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  • NOW: In the Wings on a World Stage: Film Review

    6:00 PM 4/21/2014
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    Jeremy Whelehan's documentary chronicles the world tour of a production of "Richard III" starring Kevin Spacey. READ MORE

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  • Glass Chin: Tribeca Review

    4:29 PM 4/21/2014
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    Corey Stoll plays a washed-up boxer who gets in over his head with criminal elements in Noah Buschel's stylistically audacious drama. READ MORE

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