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2015 Tribeca Film Festival Profile: Natalia Leite (Writer/Director – ‘BARE’)

2015 Tribeca Film Festival Profile: Natalia Leite (Writer/Director – ‘BARE’)

After a lifetime of living in her sheltered and rural hometown, without any apparent means of changing a certain fate, Sarah (Dianna Agron) discovers a possible way out in Pepper (Paz de la Huerta), a mysterious female drifter. Through Pepper’s influence, Sarah is motivated to take a job at a highway strip club where Pepper

Cartel Land Brings the Mexican Drug Wars to Tribeca

By H.S. Bayer and Lisa Lindo Cartel Land (2015) has its New York premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 22. The film premiered at Sundance in January, and has blazed its way through the April festival circuit showing at Ashland Independent Film Festival, Dallas International Film Festival, Florida Film Festival, Sarasota Film Festival

2015 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmaker Profile: Leah Wolchok (Director – ‘Very Semi-Serious’)

‘Very Semi-Serious‘ is an offbeat meditation on humor, art and the genius of the single panel. The film takes an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at the New Yorker and introduces the cartooning legends and hopefuls who create the iconic cartoons that have inspired, baffled—and occasionally pissed off—all of us for decades. With ‘Very Semi-Serious’, viewers get an

2015 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmaker Profile: Mark Kemble (Director – ‘Bad Hurt’)

A testament to the power of love, Bad Hurt chronicles a family’s hopeful battle to stay together as personal demons and destructive secrets threaten to rip them apart. Elaine Kendall, a determined Staten Island, NY housewife, fights to keep her family together in the face of growing chaos.  A once passionate love affair with her

2015 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmaker Profile: Ricki Stern and Anne Sundberg (Directors – ‘In My Father’s House’)

Set against the crumbling landscape of Chicago’s battered south side, IN MY FATHER’S HOUSE is a yearlong journey from homelessness and alcoholism to self-discovery and redemption as Grammy-winning rapper Che “Rhymefest” Smith reunites with his homeless father in a quest to reclaim his neighborhood and discover his true self as a father and son. Che,

2015 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmaker Profile: Bao Nguyen (Director – ‘Live From New York’)

Saturday Night Live has been reflecting and influencing the American Story for 40 years. Live From New York! explores the show’s early years, an experiment from a young Lorne Michaels and his cast of unknowns, and follows its evolution into a comedy institution. The film looks at SNL as a living time capsule, encompassing decades

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