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‘Sabbath Queen’ Review: LGBTQ Radicalism Meets Jewish Tradition In This Well-Meaning, But Overstuffed Documentary [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - city Sandi
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19.06.2024

‘Sabbath Queen’ Review: LGBTQ Radicalism Meets Jewish Tradition In This Well-Meaning, But Overstuffed Documentary [Tribeca]

There exists a moment, perhaps several, in director Sandi DuBowki’s documentary “Sabbath Queen” where shaky attempts to solidify focus on one subject as numerous struggles for screentime become blindingly apparent and the project threatens to spiral out of control. That’s not to say there isn’t a compelling narrative throughout, only that there are too many, and in such a chaotic effort, topics become somewhat diluted to varying degrees, and meaningful quotes from any of the frequent talking heads start to lose their impact.

‘Destructive’ James Gandolfini constantly threatened to quit ‘The Sopranos’, new doc reveals - nypost.com - USA
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17.06.2024

‘Destructive’ James Gandolfini constantly threatened to quit ‘The Sopranos’, new doc reveals

“Wise Guy: David Chase and the Sopranos,” premiered at Tribeca Film Festival on June 13 and revealed how the late Gandolfini battled demons while playing a mob boss on the iconic HBO series. His TV wife, Edie Falco, said in the doc that Gandolfini “was a very good, kindhearted man,” but that the role “may have taken a toll on him,” according to USA Today.

The Brat Pack hated the name that made them famous — here’s every time they slammed it - nypost.com - New York - Los Angeles
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13.06.2024

The Brat Pack hated the name that made them famous — here’s every time they slammed it

“Brat Pack” – a collection of popular young actors in the 1980s — have made it clear that they weren’t, and in some cases, still aren’t, fans of the group nickname.The phenomenon started with the 1985 New York magazine cover by David Blum. He had a night out in Los Angeles with Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe, and Judd Nelson, and decided to coin the now-iconic phrase which was inspired by the “Rat Pack,” a group of entertainers (including Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin) from the 1940s and 1950s.Estevez, Lowe, Nelson, Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore, Anthony Michael Hall, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy make up the Brat Pack, as they all appeared in the ensemble of classic ‘80s films such as “St.

Don’t you forget about her: Andrew McCarthy explains Molly Ringwald’s surprising absence from ‘Brats’ doc - nypost.com
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12.06.2024

Don’t you forget about her: Andrew McCarthy explains Molly Ringwald’s surprising absence from ‘Brats’ doc

he told Us Weekly. “Brats” is about the famous group of ‘80s stars, their memories of their heyday and their gripes with that moniker. The circle of stars associated with the label are Emilio Estevez, Ringwald, Demi Moore, Ally Sheedy, Judd Nelson, Anthony Michael Hall, Jon Cryer and McCarthy.(Tom Cruise, Robert Downey Jr.

‘Rebel Country’ Review: Country’s Rebellious & Still-Needing-To-Evolve Roots Are Explored In New Music Doc [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net
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12.06.2024

‘Rebel Country’ Review: Country’s Rebellious & Still-Needing-To-Evolve Roots Are Explored In New Music Doc [Tribeca]

What defines country music in America today? The new doc “Rebel Country” seems, at first, singularly focused on this question, but the film quickly makes clear that it has much more on its mind to consider, such as what led country music to where it is today and the challenges that many singers in its space have faced. It is a film that doesn’t hold your hand to tell the hard truths about country music’s evolution and history.

‘She Loved Blossoms More’ Review: Grief Takes Audaciously Bizarro Shape In Greek Weird Wave Horror Oddity [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - Greece
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12.06.2024

‘She Loved Blossoms More’ Review: Grief Takes Audaciously Bizarro Shape In Greek Weird Wave Horror Oddity [Tribeca]

Inspired in part by 1970s experimental filmmaker Nikos Nikolaidis and jumpstarted in earnest in 2009 by Yorgos Lanthimos with “Dogtooth,” and perhaps to a lesser extent Panos H. Koutras’ “A Woman’s Way,” the so-called Greek Weird Wave movement quickly spread like wildfire in the country.

Roger Federer on emotional new doc ‘Twelve Final Days’: ‘I only cried six times’ - nypost.com - London - Switzerland - Chelsea
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11.06.2024

Roger Federer on emotional new doc ‘Twelve Final Days’: ‘I only cried six times’

Roger Federer’s 2022 retirement at age 41 certainly unleashed a tidal wave of mourning.The Swiss ace — renowned for his graceful movement, easy power and class — dominated courts around the world for more than two decades.So, when the 20-time winner of the four major tournaments put down his racket for good, the mood wasn’t so much the changing of the guard as the death of the king. For many, Roger Federer was tennis.“It’s been a wild journey,” Federer told the audience at the SVA Theatre in Chelsea.

Elizabeth Taylor called marriage to Debbie Reynolds’ ex Eddie Fisher a ‘friggin’ awful mistake’: ‘I felt sorry for him’ - nypost.com - Taylor
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10.06.2024

Elizabeth Taylor called marriage to Debbie Reynolds’ ex Eddie Fisher a ‘friggin’ awful mistake’: ‘I felt sorry for him’

Tribeca Film Festival, never-before-heard audio recordings of the “Cleopatra” star, who died in 2011, reveal her true, sometimes brutal feelings about her seven husbands. She says Conrad Hilton Jr. abused her while she was pregnant, and that actor Michael Wilding wasn’t dominant enough for the duo to survive, according to People.But Taylor is particularly harsh about hubby No.

‘Made In England’ Review: Martin Scorsese Offers An Intimate Tour Through The Radical Romanticism Of Powell & Pressburger Cinema [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - Britain - USA
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10.06.2024

‘Made In England’ Review: Martin Scorsese Offers An Intimate Tour Through The Radical Romanticism Of Powell & Pressburger Cinema [Tribeca]

True cinephilia lives outside the confines of your front door, way past the boundaries of your home and native language. So, for all the talk of Martin Scorsese as a preeminent master of American cinema, it’s always been heartening to know the filmmaker and cineaste has appreciated all aspects of international cinema, from the East to the West and beyond.

‘Missing From Fire Trail Road’ Review: Missing Persons And Generational Trauma Set The Stage In This Simple, Powerful Doc [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - India - county Canadian
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08.06.2024

‘Missing From Fire Trail Road’ Review: Missing Persons And Generational Trauma Set The Stage In This Simple, Powerful Doc [Tribeca]

Earlier this year, a documentary by the name of “Sugarcane” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and presented audiences with a harrowing look at the Canadian Indian residential school system and the emotional fallout stemming from years of horrendous abuse behind these doors. For those who may have bore witness to such a film, there’s an unusual sense of recurrence in the topics unveiled throughout “Missing From Fire Trail Road,“ one which starts as what could be initially presumed to be a simple look at a missing persons case from several years prior but eventually flows into strangely familiar territory.

‘They’re Here’ Review: A Small Group Of UFO Believers Don’t Make For A Captivating Film [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net
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08.06.2024

‘They’re Here’ Review: A Small Group Of UFO Believers Don’t Make For A Captivating Film [Tribeca]

It would seem that were one to gaze into the future of sci-fi filmmaking, society will never see an end to the concept of UFOs as a plot device, with “They’re Here” the latest, but far from greatest, contender for the spot of genre-defining piece presumably meant to spark a conversation about whether or not we remain alone in the vastness of space. While this particular outing may indeed be rich in onscreen conversation regarding the possibility of interstellar visitors between whoever might be occupying the film at any given moment, it’s far from eye-opening and, it would seem, purposely aimless.

‘Driver’ Review: Documentary Explores The Trials And Tribulations Of Female Trucking [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net
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08.06.2024

‘Driver’ Review: Documentary Explores The Trials And Tribulations Of Female Trucking [Tribeca]

The life of a long-haul truck driver isn’t for everyone, nor could it be considered easy even for those years deep in the job; weeks/months away from home, the majority of any given 24-hour time period spent manipulating the steering wheel of a fully loaded 80,000-pound semi, sleep deprivation, the only meaningful social contact coming from the briefest of moments at a truck stop or over the chatter of a CB radio, and the list goes on.

‘Diane Von Furstenberg: Woman In Charge’ Review: A Standard Issue CNN-Like Flattering Portrait [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - Belgium
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06.06.2024

‘Diane Von Furstenberg: Woman In Charge’ Review: A Standard Issue CNN-Like Flattering Portrait [Tribeca]

“I was having a man’s life in a woman’s body,” Diane von Furstenberg, famous Belgian fashion designer and businesswoman, says more than once in the new Hulu documentary. It’s a weird sentiment to say in a doc about female trailblazing empowerment, agency, and freedom, but one supposes it fits for the era when women’s lib was thriving, but perhaps not every woman was reaping its benefits.

What to see at the 2024 Tribeca Film Festival - nypost.com - Mexico - Colorado
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05.06.2024

What to see at the 2024 Tribeca Film Festival

the 2024 Tribeca Film Festival is back with a trove of diverse and innovative fare. There are character-driven indies with Hollywood stars, a documentary about one of the world’s greatest sports figures of all time and an entire mini-festival celebrating Tribeca co-founder Robert De Niro.

Get tickets for NYC ‘Mean Streets’ screening with Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro - nypost.com - New York - USA - New York
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04.06.2024

Get tickets for NYC ‘Mean Streets’ screening with Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro

“Mean Streets” is headed to the Upper West Side.On Saturday, June 15, Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro will screen their seminal 1973 film at New York City’s Beacon Theatre as part of the 2024 Tribeca Film Festival.Following the showing, Scorsese and De Niro will chat about the film in a conversation moderated by beloved rapper and New York native Nas.And if you want to be there to see the classic flick about four friends in their 20s drifting through life in their neighborhood streets and bars with its Academy Award-winning director and star, it isn’t too late to scoop up tickets.At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on tickets was $75 before fees on Vivid Seats.For those that want to get closer to the action, it won’t cost you that much to see Bobby and Marty up close and personal from the orchestra.Prices start at $108 before fees for the orchestra section closest to the stage.Want to see one of the greatest New York City films in NYC with the top of the line talent in the room with you?We’ve got everything you need to know and more about how to see “Mean Streets” at the 2024 Tribeca Film Festival below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete breakdown of the best ticket prices by section at the Beacon Theatre can be found here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

Jake Gyllenhaal’s ‘Presumed Innocent’ Mini-Series Leads Tribeca Festival’s 2024 TV Line-Up - theplaylist.net
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18.04.2024

Jake Gyllenhaal’s ‘Presumed Innocent’ Mini-Series Leads Tribeca Festival’s 2024 TV Line-Up

The Tribeca Film Festival has actually been known as the Tribeca Festival for four years now, but perhaps the name change and evolution of the festival has never been more evident than with the announcement of its robust and impressive 2024 TV slate.

2024 Tribeca Festival Line-Up Includes Lily Gladstone’s ‘Jazzy,’ Dakota Johnson’s ‘Daddio,’ ‘Firebrand,’ & More - theplaylist.net - New York - city Sacramento
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17.04.2024

2024 Tribeca Festival Line-Up Includes Lily Gladstone’s ‘Jazzy,’ Dakota Johnson’s ‘Daddio,’ ‘Firebrand,’ & More

Today, the 2024 Tribeca Festival today unveiled its features lineup, offering a diverse array of narrative, documentary, and animated films. Scheduled to run from June 5-16 in New York City, this year’s Festival promises a thoughtfully curated program and includes everything from timely documentaries addressing political and social concerns to independent narratives showcasing award-winning actors.

Puff and past: New doc reveals how Woodstock legend Carlos Santana first smoked weed - nypost.com - city Santana - San Francisco - county Rock
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29.09.2023

Puff and past: New doc reveals how Woodstock legend Carlos Santana first smoked weed

Carlos Santana was the O.G. hippie in the ’60s, think again.In fact, the 76-year-old guitar hero was once an anti-weed warrior as his namesake band was huffing — and puffing — to succeed in the San Francisco scene alongside groups such as the Grateful Dead.“I’d been around marijuana all my life since I was a child, but I never toked,” reveals Santana in the new documentary “Carlos,” which opens in theaters on Friday.Indeed, the “Smooth” operator was that guy who was a downer to the doobies — in part, to protect his own good name and reputation.“You’re building a band around me, and I noticed that they smoke weed.

‘Transition’ Review: A Riveting Portrait of Gender Transitioning That Successfully Marries Personal & Political Storytelling [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - New York - Jordan - Afghanistan
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22.06.2023

‘Transition’ Review: A Riveting Portrait of Gender Transitioning That Successfully Marries Personal & Political Storytelling [Tribeca]

A trans man has to navigate the complexities of gender transition treatment while also chronicling the Afghani Taliban in Monica Villamizar and Jordan Bryon’s intensely personal and political “Transition.” Despite its relatively straightforward title, this documentary, which premiered at Tribeca, is a staggering work that, somehow, manages to contextualize not only Bryon’s personal transition but also juxtapose that life against the deeply segregated Taliban fighters that he is chronicling for The New York Times.

Why Taylor Swift, Beyoncé are making this the summer of the endless concert - nypost.com - New Jersey
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16.06.2023

Why Taylor Swift, Beyoncé are making this the summer of the endless concert

on her blockbuster Eras Tour, then blame it on the Boss.According to no less than Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen is responsible for this concert season’s trend of marathon shows — stretching three hours and beyond — put on by everyone from Swift and Beyoncé to the “Born to Run” rocker himself.“I blame Bruce Springsteen,” McCartney, 80, joked about the New Jersey legend’s famously epic-length concerts, during a talk with Conan O’Brien at NYC’s Tribeca Performing Arts Center on Thursday night. “I told him so.

John Lennon had ‘vulnerability’ because of his ‘tragic life’: Paul McCartney - nypost.com
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16.06.2023

John Lennon had ‘vulnerability’ because of his ‘tragic life’: Paul McCartney

said.“[John] had a really tragic life,” he continued. “As a kid, his mother was decreed to not be good enough to bring him up…His father had left the home when John was 3.

Paul McCartney Says John Lennon 'Had a Really Tragic Life' - www.etonline.com - Britain
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16.06.2023

Paul McCartney Says John Lennon 'Had a Really Tragic Life'

Paul McCartney sat down with Conan O'Brien for a podcast recording of. And while looking at old photos of himself and his former Beatles bandmates, McCartney opened up about the late John Lennon, explaining why he looked so vulnerable in one of the images on display. "[John] had a really tragic life," McCartney said.

‘Bad Things’ Review: Stewart Thorndike’s Thriller Is A Terrible Disappointment [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net
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16.06.2023

‘Bad Things’ Review: Stewart Thorndike’s Thriller Is A Terrible Disappointment [Tribeca]

On paper, there’s a lot to like about “Bad Things.” The premise is intriguing and creepy. The cast is full of quality actors.

‘Open Heart’ Review: This NHL Sports Doc Beats With A Simple Message Of Accepting Bad News [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net
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16.06.2023

‘Open Heart’ Review: This NHL Sports Doc Beats With A Simple Message Of Accepting Bad News [Tribeca]

The prospect of retirement is something anyone may find themselves facing down at some point, regardless of your chosen career or pastime. Within the world of professional sports, it’s an inevitable end that reaches every athlete oftentimes sooner than one might desire, with factors chief among them being age and the subsequent deterioration of skills that may result.  As a player reaches a time anywhere from their late-20s to early-40s, the moment of realization where that door starts to close can be met with either gradual acceptance or stubborn defiance, but make no mistake, it comes for everyone, and it’s up to the person at the center to decide what happens next.

‘Bad Like Brooklyn Dancehall’ Review: A Compelling, But Standardized, Introduction To The Musical Genre [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - Jamaica
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16.06.2023

‘Bad Like Brooklyn Dancehall’ Review: A Compelling, But Standardized, Introduction To The Musical Genre [Tribeca]

A compelling introduction to the cultural history of the Jamaican musical genre dancehall, Ben DiGiacomo and Dutty Vannier’s “Bad Like Brooklyn Dancehall” sheds light on what one interviewee calls the associated “attitude, culture, and lifestyle” that crops up around dancehall music. Produced by Shaggy, one of the most notable names to push the genre into popular culture, ‘Bad Like Brooklyn’ may seem paint-by-numbers in its formal approach to introducing and dissecting a cultural movement — there are a lot of talking heads, archival footage, etc.

‘First Time Female Director’ Review: A Dire ‘Waiting For Guffman’-Esque Disappointment From Writer/Director/Star Chelsea Peretti [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net
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16.06.2023

‘First Time Female Director’ Review: A Dire ‘Waiting For Guffman’-Esque Disappointment From Writer/Director/Star Chelsea Peretti [Tribeca]

A great movie comedy is something of a miracle, a combination of circumstances, personnel, and timing that would seem impossible to replicate, even under the most ideal circumstances.

How Cyndi Lauper became a pop star — thanks to pro wrestling - nypost.com - New York - city Brooklyn
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16.06.2023

How Cyndi Lauper became a pop star — thanks to pro wrestling

Cyndi Lauper’s debut solo single, “Girls Just Want to Have Fun,” was flopping so badly that her record company had given up on it.But the singer and her then-manager and boyfriend, David Wolff, still believed in what would become her signature song. Given only two weeks to make the single a hit, Wolff came up with the idea for her to partner with wrestling legend Captain Lou Albano — who played Lauper’s father in the “Girls” video — to promote her music via the World Wrestling Federation, the precursor to today’s World Wrestling Enterprises.

‘Our Son’ Review: Luke Evans Outshines a Derivative Gay Divorce Drama [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net
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16.06.2023

‘Our Son’ Review: Luke Evans Outshines a Derivative Gay Divorce Drama [Tribeca]

Kids – er, teens – say the darnedest things. During a weekend excursion back to visit his family, the newly separated Nicky (Luke Evans) gets a bit of tough love from his nephew.

How much are tickets to see Paul McCartney at NYC’s Tribeca Film Fest? - nypost.com - New York
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13.06.2023

How much are tickets to see Paul McCartney at NYC’s Tribeca Film Fest?

Paul McCartney “Got Back” again.The 80-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is headed to New York City’s Tribeca Performing Arts Center on Thursday, June 15 at 6 p.m. for a conversation with Conan O’Brien.At the one night only event, the pair will discuss McCartney’s new “1964: Eyes of the Storm” about McCartney’s rediscovered photos from the height of Beatlemania as part of the Tribeca Film Festival’s Storytellers Series.And if you want to pick up last-minute tickets to see the Beatle live in the Big Apple, we’re here to let you know you still can.General admission tickets start at $254 before fees on Vivid Seats at the time of publication.Will Paul bust out his guitar and sing “Hey Jude” with Conan? What do the two have in store?All we know is the best way to find out is live.Want to go to the show?Here’s everything you need to know and more.All prices listed above are subject to inflation.As mentioned earlier, the lowest price on general admission tickets is $254 before fees on Vivid Seats.After that, there is a significant price hike — the next cheapest tickets start at a whopping $732 before fees.Therefore, if you see tickets available at a lower price — strike while the iron is hot.

‘Bucky F*cking Dent’ Review: David Duchovny Strikes Out Swinging In Adaptation Of His Own Novel [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - county Logan - county Marshall
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13.06.2023

‘Bucky F*cking Dent’ Review: David Duchovny Strikes Out Swinging In Adaptation Of His Own Novel [Tribeca]

How do you tell the story of a life? That’s a question many of the characters in “Bucky F*cking Dent” poise aloud, a little too aware of their construction. It’s a question its star David Duchovny should have asked himself behind the camera, too.

‘Maggie Moore(s)’ Review: Jon Hamm & Tina Fey Can’t Save This Tonal Mess Of A Crime Comedy [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net
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13.06.2023

‘Maggie Moore(s)’ Review: Jon Hamm & Tina Fey Can’t Save This Tonal Mess Of A Crime Comedy [Tribeca]

Sometimes, a company logo in the opening credits says it all. Redbox Entertainment – yes, they of the DVD kiosks that still exist – helped produce “Maggie Moore(s).” It’s easy to see why they would want a part of the film: stick the distinctive mugs of stars Jon Hamm and Tina Fey on a tile, and it’s bound to pick up some curious viewers who assume the presence of the “Mad Men” and “30 Rock” stars lend the project some prestige.

‘The Long Long Night’: Simplicity & Complexity Somehow Propel The Unique Duplass Bros. Show [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - county O'Brien
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13.06.2023

‘The Long Long Night’: Simplicity & Complexity Somehow Propel The Unique Duplass Bros. Show [Tribeca]

Some names, once viewed on a marquee or YouTube ad, tend to draw a specific audience ranging from real fans to, “Oh yes, that guy.“ I could put the Duplass brothers, Mark and Jay, into both of these categories, with a lengthy filmography largely encompassing projects their company Duplass Brothers Productions has spearheaded, such as 2010’s “Cyrus” and “Jeff, Who Lives at Home”; Mark, in particular, has emerged as the higher profile of the two, consistently delivering as an actor in diverse roles ranging from horror (“Creep”) to TV comedy (“The League”) offbeat humor (“Greenberg,” “Safety Not Guaranteed,” “Tully”) and more. “The Long Long Night,” another Mark Duplass vehicle, would likely fall into the latter category; originating from show creator/co-star Barret O’Brien, the six-episode series depicts the falling out between two former best friends, Pete (Duplass) and Carroll (O’Brien) and the night that kicked it off, told through black and white footage of said night in question as well as video messages the two send each other months later as they attempt to repair the damage done. Continue reading ‘The Long Long Night’: Simplicity & Complexity Somehow Propel The Unique Duplass Bros.

Gloria Gaynor reveals real pain behind ‘I Will Survive’ in new doc - nypost.com
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12.06.2023

Gloria Gaynor reveals real pain behind ‘I Will Survive’ in new doc

Gloria Gaynor is famous for belting out one of the most iconic survival anthems of all time — and she meant every word.Only months before recording her classic “I Will Survive” in 1978, the two-time Grammy winner had to overcome a devastating accident that occurred while she was onstage performing at NYC’s Beacon Theatre. “I fall backwards over a monitor onstage. I get back up, I finish with the show, went home, went to bed.

‘The Lesson’ Review: Alice Troughton’s Witty, Dark Comedy Provides A Welcome, Hearty Showcase For Richard E. Grant [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - Britain
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12.06.2023

‘The Lesson’ Review: Alice Troughton’s Witty, Dark Comedy Provides A Welcome, Hearty Showcase For Richard E. Grant [Tribeca]

None of us were privy to the casting process for Alice Troughton’s “The Lesson,” but I sincerely hope, with my entire heart, that they opened a bottle of champagne after locking in Richard E. Grant.

‘Blood For Dust’ Review: Pencil-Thin Story Wastes Solid Craft And Performances [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - county Stanton
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12.06.2023

‘Blood For Dust’ Review: Pencil-Thin Story Wastes Solid Craft And Performances [Tribeca]

The late Roger Ebert swore by the “Stanton-Walsh rule.” He claimed no film featuring character actors Harry Dean Stanton or M. Emmett Walsh could ever be entirely bad.

‘Mountains’ Is A Textured Exploration Of The Effects Of Gentrification Of Miami’s Little Haiti [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - Haiti
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11.06.2023

‘Mountains’ Is A Textured Exploration Of The Effects Of Gentrification Of Miami’s Little Haiti [Tribeca]

A portrait of a community, and family, in flux, Monica Sorelle’s feature debut “Mountains” is a deceptively low-key, but nevertheless textured, exploration of Miami’s Little Haiti community and the effects of gentrification on immigrant families.

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