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Tribeca Film Festival Interview: Cosima Spender – Director of ‘Palio’

'Palio,' Cosima Spender, Tribeca Film Festival World Premiere, Siena, Italy, Tuscany

Blogcritics' interview with Director Cosima Spender, who has has created an amazing documentary of the iconic Palio of Siena, the oldest and one of the most crazy and exciting horse races in the world. Read More »

Movie Review: Arnold Schwarzenegger – Zombie’s Father in ‘Maggie’

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My brain’s cynicism synapse snapped when I heard that a new Arnold Schwarzenegger zombie movie was opening at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival. Read More »

Interview: Angus MacLachlan, Director of ‘Goodbye to All That’

Paul Schneider and Ashley Granger in 'Goodbye to All That,' by Angus MacLachlan. Photo from the trailer.

The director discusses his adult coming-of-age film composed of wonderful comedic moments, drama, poignancy and surprises that smash you over the head. It opens today in New York and then in other selected cities, and is available on VOD. Read More »

Interview: Orlando Von Einsiedel, Director of ‘Virunga’

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The filmmaker discusses shooting a feature documentary about Virunga National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the last refuges of the magnificent and canny mountain gorillas. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: Short Film Program – ‘App’

From the short film 'App' by Alexander Berman featured at the Tribeca Film Festival.

'App' was one of five films in the short program entitled Handle With Care at the Tribeca Film Festival. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: Audience Award Winner ‘Chef’

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When Chef Carl Casper quits his job, he cannot get another job because he refuses to manage the viral social media fallout between himself and food critic Ramsey Michel. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘In Order of Disappearance’

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'In Order of Disappearance' is a brilliant, sardonic, suspense narrative about one man's attempt to avenge his son's murder. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘Glass Chin’

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'Glass Chin' enjoyed its World Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival and was entered into the World Narrative competition. Read More »

Movie Review: Sons of Perdition (2010)

Their break from fundamentalism isn't the great escape they thought it would be. Read More »

Movie Review: The Swimsuit Issue Is Not At All What You Think It Is

What's the fuss about a bunch of men in swimsuits swimming around a pool? Read More »