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Tribeca hosts ‘Eve’

Organizers aim to raise $600,000

The Tribeca Film Institute is hosting a screening of “New Year’s Eve,” whose many stars include Tribeca co-founder Robert De Niro, on Wednesday at the Ziegfeld Theater. Organizers aim to raise $600,000 to support Tribeca’s various educational and outreach programs.

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