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Tribeca 2013

Tribeca: ‘Big Joy’ Filmmakers Celebrate the Life of Artist James Broughton (Q&A)

Using rare, archival footage and interviews with Broughton's friends and family, co-directors Stephen Silha and Eric Slade explore the life of one of the most influential artists to come out of the San Francisco Renaissance.

Tribeca: David Gordon Green Lets Rudd, Hirsch Loose in ‘Prince Avalanche’ (Q&A)

Taking a break from his previous buddy comedy films like "The Sitter" and "Pineapple Express," the director tries his hand at adapting the Icelandic dramedy "Either Way."

Tribeca: ‘The Rocket’, ‘Bridegroom’ Win Audience Awards

The Laos-based drama and the marriage equality doc were chosen by the fest's attendees.

G.B.F.: Tribeca Review

Popular girls compete to befriend their high school's newly-out gay kid in Darren Stein's comedy.

Let the Fire Burn: Tribeca Review

Jason Osder sticks with archive footage for his recreation of the 1985 conflict between police and Philadelphia's MOVE collective.

The Trials of Muhammad Ali: Tribeca Review

Bill Siegel looks at the furor that greeted Cassius Clay's embrace of Islam and his rejection of the Draft.

Raze: Tribeca Review

Stuntwoman Zoe Bell leads a cast of women playing unwilling gladiators in Josh Waller's nasty debut.

Raw Herring: Tribeca Review

Filmmakers ride along with Dutch herring fishers in an up-close look at endangered traditions.

How to Make Money Selling Drugs: Tribeca Review

Matthew Cooke's directing debut uses a tongue-in-cheek conceit to look at the War On Drugs.

Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic: Tribeca Review

The comedian is celebrated by the likes of Dave Chappelle, Robin Williams and Lily Tomlin in Marina Zenovich's documentary.

Tribeca: Nora Ephron Prize Goes to Meera Menon

The "Farah Goes Bang" filmmaker was selected to receive a $25,000 prize in honor of the late film icon.

Tribeca: ‘Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia’ Filmmaker on the Late Author’s Life and Legacy (Q&A)

Australian filmmaker Nicholas Wrathall's thorough documentary on Vidal's life paints an intimate portrait of a man many revere as one of America's last great intellectuals.