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    'The Color of Fire' Is A Sober Reflection On A Family's Nazi Past

    Here's your daily look at an indie project in development. Is this a movie you'd want to see?

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    Meet the 2015 Tribeca Filmmakers #55 : Andrew Renzi Explores Guilt and Atonement with Richard Gere in 'Franny'

    Award-winning director Andrew Renzi returns to the Tribeca Film Festival with a Richard Gere-starring drama.

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    Meet the 2015 Tribeca Filmmakers #54 : Sean Mewshaw Tackles Small-Town Grief in 'Tumbledown'

    "It's about how exciting and scary and weird and incredible that first tickle of love feels, even when you've been crushed in its teeth before."

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    Meet the 2015 Tribeca Filmmakers #53 : A Directing Quartet Boards America's Busiest Train for 'In Transit'

    The documentary creates a portrait of America solely from stories told on the nation's busiest long-distance train.

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    Meet the 2015 Tribeca Filmmakers #52: Erik Shirai Captures the Art and Science of Brewing In 'The Birth Of Saké'

    "The film is a tribute to artisans who have dedicated their lives to carrying on this increasingly rare craft."

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    Is Jimmy Fallon's Game Show Version of Late Night Ruining Comedy?

    A "Conan" writer complained about the celebrity culture running amok on late night talk shows, but isn't there room for everyone?

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    2015 Stanley Film Festival Announces RADiUS-TWC's Tom Quinn as Visionary Award Recipient

    The winners of the Short Film Jury prize and Stanley Dean's Cup will be among the award recipients.

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    Tribeca: 6 Ways Kurt Cobain Comes to Life in Brett Morgen's 'Montage of Heck'

    Rocker Courtney Love and documentary filmmaker Brett Morgen took to the stage following a screening of Morgen's upcoming film, "Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck," which was made with Love's cooperation, as well as that of her and Cobain's daughter, Frances Bean.

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    Tribeca Review: Oscar Isaac and Garrett Hedlund Shine in 'Mojave,' But the Film Doesn't

    William Monahan's second film features great acting, but its tonal duality doesn't quite work.

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