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Tribeca 2014

Tribeca: Short Films From Olivia Wilde, Katie Holmes Added to Lineup

Stars appearing in the festival's 60 shorts include Dick Van Dyke and Valerie Harper.

‘Virunga’ Director Talks Oscar Buzz, Leonardo DiCaprio and Aggressive Lawyers

Orlando van Einsiedel's Netflix-backed documentary is one of 15 on next year's Oscar shortlist

‘An Honest Liar’: Provincetown Review

This examination of the crusade against fraudsters by magician James "The Amazing" Randi won the Audience Award for best feature at the recent AFI Docs Festival in Washington, D.C.

‘Point and Shoot’: Provincetown Review

Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Marshall Curry ("Street Fight," "If a Tree Falls") traces an ordinary man's remarkable quest to reinvent himself as a fearless adventurer.

‘Keep On Keepin’ On’: Provincetown Review

Debuting docu-maker Alan Hicks provides intimate access to the unlikely friendship between nonagenarian jazz trumpet maestro Clark Terry and 23-year-old blind pianist Justin Kauflin.

IFC Films Acquires U.S. Rights to ‘5 to 7’

Written and directed by Victor Levin, the dramedy stars Anton Yelchin, Bérénice Marlohe, Frank Langella and Glenn Close.

IFC Films Nabs North American Rights to Patrick Stewart’s ‘Match’

Written and directed by Stephen Belber, the film is based on the Tony-nominated play of the same name.

Cannes: Nas Music Documentary Sells Wide

"Time is Illmatic," from multimedia artist One9, has sold to Japan, Australia and across Europe.

Tribeca: James Franco, Emma Roberts Talk Evoking Teen Ennui in Gia Coppola’s ‘Palo Alto’

Nat Wolff, Jack Kilmer and Zoe Levin also star in the character-driven, suburban-set drama, with appearances by Val Kilmer and Chris Messina.

Tribeca: Aubrey Plaza’s ‘About Alex’ Gets U.S. Distribution

The film, also starring "New Girl's" Max Greenfield and "Parenthood's" Jason Ritter, was executive produced by Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick, the father of director Jesse Zwick.

Gabriel: Tribeca Review

Rory Culkin stars as a mentally unstable youth convinced that tracking down his first love is the answer to his problems in director Lou Howe's debut feature.

Oscar-Winning Director of ‘The Cove’ Unveils ‘6’

"It's like 'The Avengers,' but real," says Louie Psihoyos of his new film about activists risking their lives to protect endangered species.