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Tribeca 2012

Free Samples: Tribeca Review

Jay Gammill's movie, starring Jess Weixler and Jesse Eisenberg, focuses on a law student who takes a semester off from Stanford and her fiancé.

The Girl: Tribeca Review

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.

Joe Papp in Five Acts: Tribeca Review

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.

Journey to Planet X: Tribeca Review

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

The Flat: Tribeca Review

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.

Whole Lotta Sole: Tribeca Review

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.

Wavumba: Tribeca Review

This quiet documentary set in Kenya, following an old fisherman with fading strength, rightly earned director Jeroen van Velzen Tribeca's Best New Documentary Director award.

Tribeca 2012: ‘Avengers’ Brings Studio Firepower to Festival’s Closing Night

The screening may have lacked the glamor of its LA premiere, but star Robert Downey Jr. said it was "appropriate" to screen the superhero film near the World Trade Center site.

Tribeca 2012: ‘Any Day Now,’ Starring Alan Cumming, and the Documentary ‘BURN’ Win Audience Awards

As the festival draws to a close, two films are celebrated as favorites.

Cuban Actors Missing From Tribeca Film Festival Resurface in Miami

"Una Noche" stars Anailin de la Rua and Javier Nuñez, who had been missing since last week, said they intended to stay in the U.S.

Portrait of Wally: Tribeca Review

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

Tribeca 2012: Eleven Projects Win Tribeca All Access Creative Promise Awards

The Tribeca Film Institute also announces $92,000 in grants.