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Linklater, Goldberg, Green Set for Tribeca Debuts

The Tribeca Film Festival released details of its non-competition offerings, including the latest from Richard Linklater, David Gordon Green and even Whoopi Goldberg, plus more screening in its Spotlight section. Also announced were the re-branded Midnight and new transmedia Storyscapes sections.

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Tribeca Reveals Competitions and Viewpoints Lineups

Selections screening in the Tribeca Film Festival's narrative and documentary competitions were unveiled Tuesday. The festival also announced titles in its out of competition Viewpoints section.

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SFIFF Unveils Narrative & Doc Competition Slate

Organizers of the 56th San Francisco International Film Festival unveiled 10 Narrative Features and 12 Documentaries that will compete in the 2013 edition of the event taking place April 25 – May 9. The selection includes several North American and U.S. debuts.

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News From Sunny Sarasota, Sundance Heads to LA

First batch of films announced for Sarasota Film Festival, Sundance takes its NEXT section to LA with Next Weekend, Cannes favorite Laurence Anyways gets U.S. release date, and the latest trailer for Pedro Almodóvar’s campy I’m So Excited!

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Interview: David Riker, “The Girl”

The acclaimed director speaks about his extensive research into the dramas of the US-Mexico border, the lasting influence of Italian Neorealist films, and the evolution of the independent film world over his decade-long career.

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Lim Replacing Koehler as Director of Cinematheque Programming

Critic, programmer, and former NYFF Selection Committee member Dennis Lim has been named the new Director of Cinematheque Programming for the Film Society of Lincoln Center. He's stepping in to replace Robert Koehler.

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Spielberg Developing Kubrick’s “Napoleon,” Cannes L’Atelier 2013

Steven Spielberg, who collaborated with the late filmmaker on Artificial Intelligence in 2001, is working with Stanley Kubrick's family on a script he abandoned in the 70s. Also in today's FilmLinc Digest: War Witch triumphs at Canadian Film Awards, Richard Burton finally gets his star, and China launches U.S. scriptwriting contest.

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Watch: Rendez-Vous Programmer’s Picks

In this video preview, Film Society's Director of Year-Round Programming Robert Koehler shares some of his highlights from the 18th Rendez-Vous with French Cinema lineup!

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True, False and Everything in Between

The True/False Film Festival in Columbia, MO has become a major stop for the documentary community and prides itself on blurring the lines between nonfiction and fiction filmmaking, with a healthy dose of fun thrown in to boot.

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“Closed Curtain” Filmmakers Banned from Leaving Iran

Closed Curtain co-director Kamboziya Partovi and actress Maryam Moghadam traveled to the Berlin Film Festival for the World Premiere of their film, which won a Silver Bear for filmmaker Jafar Panahi. Now, like Panahi, both face restrictions back home.

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