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Whole Lotta Sole - TFF 2012


Oscar-winning director Terry George (Hotel Rwanda, Reservation Road, The Shore) isn’t known for making light-hearted comedies, but his latest effort, WHOLE LOTTA SOLE, is somewhere between SNATCH and NOTTING HILL—and, surprisingly, it kind of works. 443 more words


Tribeca Review: Caroline and Jackie, Death of a Superhero and Struck By Lightning

No, you don’t want to stuff a movie in a genre box, but, admittedly, that’s how I arranged my schedule for this year’s festival. I isolated the types of movies I planned to see based on the most rudimentary synopsis and just rolled with it from there. 252 more words


First Winter review: Tribeca Film Festival 2012

Sex, drugs, and yoga … in a cabin in the woods, in winter, with hippies. Or as Benjamin Dickinson’s affecting and stylish movie should be called: Apocalypse, Wow! 412 more words

Film Reviews

Tribeca Interview: Knife Fight's Bill Guttentag, Chris Lehane and Rob Lowe

What are you going to get if you opt to catch Bill Guttentag’s Tribeca Film Festival entry Knife Fight? Guttentag’s co-writer, Chris Lehane, says it best. 196 more words


Episode 001 - Tribeca Film Festival 2012

Melissa Hanson and Maria Garcia discuss the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival films:

Take This Waltz
Side By Side (mention only) 10:45
Hysteria 11:43
Mirror Mirror… 744 more words

Darling Companion

Tribeca Interview: Teacher Of The Year's Rachel Dratch

As someone who’s working on some short films of her own, I know that there’s nothing more helpful that attaching a “name” to your project, and for Rachel Dratch, all she really wanted was to be part of a film playing in a festival, so she and  170 more words