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Idris Elba's Tribeca Film Legacy Finds Distribution

Covering this year's Tribeca Film Festival, one movie that really knocked me on my ass was Thomas Ikimi's Legacy. Taking place almost exclusively in a small, run-down Brooklyn apartment

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Exclusive Tribeca Interview: brilliantlove Director Ashley Horner

I agreed to interview brilliantlove director Ashley Horner before I was able to see the film, a decision that has to be made often at film festivals because schedules are so hectic

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Tribeca Review: Joan Rivers: A Piece Of Work

Joan Rivers really is a piece of work and I'm not just referring to the plastic face; the woman is always on. Now that Rivers has made a place for herself as the butt of all our jokes

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Tribeca Panel Report: Joan Rivers: A Piece Of Work

Most look at and treat Rivers as thought she’s just another wax figure in Madame Tussauds. She may resemble one on the outside, but that’s no reason to overlook the fact that she is a person and has feelings too

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Exclusive Tribeca Interview: Earth Made Of Glass Director And Producer

Last week I talked to Scranton and Carolin about their experience making the film, the extent to which the Western media misunderstands and blatantly ignores many truths about modern Rwanda, and how they encourage everyday people to learn more about a country

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Tribeca Interview: The Trotsky's Jacob Tierney

The Trotsky is a completely original spin on the typical high school comedy. It’s smart and thoughtful, as is Tierney. Check out what the writer-director, Jacob Tierney, told me about his film in this brief interview

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Tribeca Interview: Every Day's Richard Levine

Superheroes, maniacal serial killers and historical figures brought back to life are great, but sometimes you just need a good old family drama that feels real and Every Day is just that

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Tribeca Review: The Trotsky

Most young guys have idols like professional athletes or their father. But no; not Leon Bronstein (Jay Baruchel). In fact, Leon truly believes he’s the reincarnation of the Soviet iconoclast

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Tribeca Interview: Dog Pound's Jeremie Delon, Kim Chapiron And Adam Butcher

Thanks to Dog Pound, I began my coverage of the Tribeca Film Festival in an overwhelmingly fantastic way with high hopes for the screenings to come. From there some were fantastic, some were far from it

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Tribeca Interview: Get Low's Robert Duvall

In his newest film, Get Low, Robert Duvall plays Felix Bush, a man who, after a devastating and mysterious incident, disappears to live his life in the woods. Forty years later, he reemerges

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Tribeca Interview: The Disappearance Of Alice Creed's J Blakeson

After seeing a movie like The Disappearance of Alice Creed, you’d expect the writer-director to be a bit on the peculiar side. That couldn’t be farther from the truth when it comes to J Blakeson

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Tribeca Review: Every Day

Writer Richard Levine's entire resume consists of work on the small screen, most notably on Nip/Tuck, so it's no surprise that his first feature film plays out much like a TV show

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Exclusive Tribeca Interview: Andy Serkis And Mat Whitecross On Sex&Drugs &Rock&Roll

The film, which documents Dury's stint with the band Ian Dury & The Blockheads and all the nasty rock star behavior that came with it, is by no means a traditional biopic, incorporating everything from flashbacks to hallucinatory music performances

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Tribeca Review: Last Play At Shea

On July 18th, 2008, a stage was erected in the middle of New York’s Shea Stadium for what would be the last concert before the building was demolished in favor of the newer Citi Field

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When We Leave, Monica & David And Monogamy Win Top Tribeca Prizes

We'll be doing our best this weekend to catch up with the winners we haven't seen yet and let you know what all the fuss is about. For the full details check out the list of feature-length winners below

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Tribeca Interview: Just Like Us' Ahmed Ahmed

Just Like Us documents Ahmed Ahemd’s journey to Arab countries including Dubai, Lebanon, Egypt and Saudi Arabia, all of which the average American assumes is not only devoid of comedy

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Tribeca Review: Clash

While the film sells itself with its action, both Thanh Van Ngo and Johnny Nguyen being incredible martial artists, the film’s greatest weakness is the invention of the gun

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Exclusive Tribeca Interview: Spork's Directors And Stars

J.B. Ghuman doesn't mind you telling him that his movie is weird-- in fact, he and his stars have hand signals to support their love for the giant dose of weirdness that is Spork

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Tribeca Review: Gerrymandering

To even the most devoted of political nuts that probably sounds deathly dull, but first-time documentarian Jeff Reichert has made a funny, entertaining and, in its own way, deeply patriotic film

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Tribeca Review: Legacy

Sporting scars all over his body, Gray is not only physically scarred but also entirely mentally unstable, which Elba plays entirely too well. There is a constant look of both fear and anger

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