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Comic-Con: ‘The Giver’ Panel Talks Controversy, Dystopian Fiction

The Giver

Our roving festival reporter Valentina Valentini reports on "The Giver" panel at San Diego Comic-Con. Read what Lois Lowry and the cast have to say.

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RIP Elaine Stritch – One in a Million


Jane reminisces about seeing Elaine Stritch at the 2013 Traverse City Film Festival and shares photos and quotes from the Q&A.

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‘Survivor’ Alum Malcolm Freberg Talks Interactive Travel Show ‘Wayfaring’

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Lisa Iannucci caught up with "Survivor" alum Malcolm Freberg, who talked about his new real-time, interactive travel show, "Wayfaring."

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Bosnia, India, Lebanon, Nigeria, & More Represented in Human Rights Watch Film Festival

A still from "Siddharth"

Melanie Votaw offers capsule reviews of four of the compelling Human Rights Watch Film Festival documentaries and dramas.

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‘Bach’ Being Shopped at Cannes – Check Out the Poster

Bach Poster

A new feature film about famed composer J.S. Bach is being shopped at the Cannes Film Festival. We've got the gorgeous poster.

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French Film Fest COLCOA Features Legendary Director Claude Lelouch

Chinese Puzzle

Barbara Singer reports on the "City of Lights, City of Angels" (COLCOA) French Film Festival, which took place in L.A. on April 21-28, 2014.

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Tribeca Interview: Producer Gabriel Cowan on Courteney Cox, Dan Schaffer & Making Movies with Incarcerated Teens

Gabriel Cowan

Filmmaker Gabriel Cowan chats with Melanie Votaw about producing Courteney Cox's directorial debut and working with teens who are imprisoned for life.

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Tribeca Interview: Directors Talk Hurricane Sandy Doc ‘This Time Next Year’

This Time Next Year

Melanie Votaw talks with Jeff Reichert and Farihah Zaman, directors of the Tribeca Film Festival documentary, "This Time Next Year" about Hurricane Sandy.

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Tribeca Reviews: 4 Wildly Different Movies from Alice Cooper to Paul Haggis

Beneath the Harvest Sky

Melanie Votaw offers capsule reviews of 4 Tribeca Film Fest movies: Just Before I Go, Third Person, Super Duper Alice Cooper and Beneath the Harvest Sky.

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Tribeca Review: 2 Award-Winners – ‘Zero Motivation,’ ‘Vara: A Blessing’

Vara: A Blessing

Melanie Votaw offers brief reviews of two Tribeca Film Festival award-winners - "Zero Motivation" and "Vara: A Blessing."

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Tribeca: Rory Culkin, Director Lou Howe on Portraying Mental Illness in ‘Gabriel’

Rory Culkin

On the Tribeca red carpet, Paula Schwartz caught up with Rory Culkin and director Lou Howe, who discussed their film Gabriel, which explores mental illness.

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Tribeca: ‘Chef,’ ‘Keep on Keepin’ On’ Win Heineken Audience Awards


"Chef" and "Keep On Keepin' On" are the winners of the two Heineken Audience Awards at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.

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