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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL DIRECTORY

[media-credit id=1 align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] To order tickets, visit tribecafilm.com or call 646-502-5296 SINGLE TICKETS: Evening & Weekend screenings (after 6pm, Mon.-Fri. and Sat./Sun. prior to 11pm) are $16. Matinee & Late Night screenings (prior to 6pm, Mon.-Fri. or after 11pm daily) are $8. Tribeca Talks are $25. VENUES: 1 Clearview Cinemas Chelsea (CCC), 260 W. 23rd read more here »

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[media-credit name="Photo by Richard Ulivella " align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] We can work it out: Darryl Wiggins (Tarik Lowe), left, and Nick Berger (Alex Karpovsky) put their relationship on the chopping block. Schechter’s slice of urban life stays close to home BY SCOTT STIFFLER Decades after “Taxi Driver” and “Annie Hall” left indelible marks on the silver read more here »

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Beyond the red carpet: Tribeca fest more then the sum of its flickering parts

BY SCOTT STIFFLER  |  During the run of the Tribeca Film Festival (through April 19), you’ll be able to hunker down in a stadium seat, sink your choppers into a tub of popcorn and not come up for air until the sprawling event has presented 89 features and 60 short films (most of them, several read more here »

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Finding a festival within a field of 5,950

New TFF programming team, on making the cut [media-credit name="Photo courtesy of Tribeca Film Festival " align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] New Programming Director Genna Terranova logged lots of couch time to help whittle down the record number of hopefuls for this year’s TFF. BY ALINE REYNOLDS  |  Although the 10th anniversary of 9/11 has come and gone, read more here »

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ROOM 514

[media-credit name="Photo by Edan Sasson " align="alignleft" width="570"][/media-credit] Asia Naifeld, as Anna, demands answers. BY TRAV S.D.  |  “Room 514” is a laudable attempt by first time writer/director Sharon Bar-Ziv to talk about the complexities of the unsolvable tangle of the Israel-Palestine crisis. Anna (Asia Naifeld) is a deceptively pretty interrogator for Israeli military police read more here »

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EL GUSTO

BY BONNIE ROSENSTOCK  |  When Safinez Bousbia wandered into Mohamed Ferkioui’s cluttered antique shop in the Casbah of Algiers (the capital of Algeria) in 2003, to inquire about a mirror, little did she suspect that she would find herself embarking on a two-year quest which would unite old friends and change many lives. Craftsman and read more here »

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SIDE BY SIDE

[media-credit name="Photo by Chris Cassidy " align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit] Reeves and Scorsese invite you to join the digital age. BY RANIA RICHARDSON  |  Celluloid or digital film — which is the better format? Directors, cinematographers, editors and other film professionals weigh in on the question in Chris Kenneally’s densely packed new documentary. The film’s producer and read more here »

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL:  “Francophrenia” (or: Don’t Kill Me, I Know Where the Baby Is)

[media-credit name="Photo by Doug Chamberlain " align="alignleft" width="600"][/media-credit] I go psycho: James Franco, with General Hospital fans.     FRANCOPHRENIA (OR: DON’T KILL ME, I KNOW WHERE THE BABY IS) Feature Narrative Directed by Ian Olds and James Franco Screenplay by Paul Felten Runtime: 70 Minutes Sun. 4/22, 5:30pm at SVA Theater; Tues. 4/24, 8:30pm read more here »

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: “Xingu”

[media-credit name="Photo by Beatriz Lefèvre" align="alignleft" width="201"][/media-credit] Three brothers go up the river, for 20 years.     XINGU Feature Narrative Directed by Cao Hamburger Screenplay by Elena Soarez, Cao Hamburger and Anna Muylaert In Portuguese with English subtitles Runtime: 102 Minutes Sat. 4/21, 9:30pm at Clearview Cinemas Chelsea; Mon. 4/23, 3pm at AMC Loews read more here »

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: “Death of a Superhero”

BY STEPHANIE BUHMANN  |  Donald is a teenager with striking artistic talent. Most of his graphic drawings depict a mysterious superhero who fights various evil villains. These ink fantasies fill his books, cover the occasional city wall and increasingly preoccupy his thoughts. Death of a Superhero Feature Narrative Directed by Ian Fitzgibbon Screenplay by Anthony read more here »

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