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The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival has rounded up a roster of competition features and documentaries that includes the world premieres of Naomi Watts and Matt Dillon drama "Sunlight Jr." and a doc about…
The babies-switched-at-birth plot device is applied to the Arab-Israeli conflict in "The Other Son," an adequate if never surprising effort from French helmer Lorraine Levy.
Paris-based shingle Le Pacte has picked up two Bulgarian pics playing at Cannes: Directors' Fortnight player "The Island" and Critics' Week's screener "Ave."
Standard TV cop stuff overripe with homophobic subtexts pretty much sums up "Partners."
Character actress Anne Le Ny makes a haunting scripting-helming debut with "Those Who Remain."
Watching Arnaud Desplechin's pic is akin to plunging into a sprawling novel whose characters become old friends. Enjoyable French pic welds together drama, melodrama and comedy in a blend with…