Rachel Boynton's extraordinary docu untangles the knotty saga of an American petroleum company's entrance into Ghana.
Tribeca Film Festival
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A genteel trifle designed primarily for the delectation of hardcore fashion mavens.
Lance Edmands' fragile, arthouse-bound debut is a mournful throwback to more poetically inclined times.
Mira Nair, introducing her new pic, IFC's "The Reluctant Fundamentalist," said it was "very, very fitting" that it open at the Tribeca Film Festival, on April 22.
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Australian documentarian Kim Mordaunt makes an impressive narrative debut with this Laos-set humanist drama.
A true-life horror story, Dan Krauss' chilling war-is-hell expose is must-see viewing.
Steph Green's debut feature captures the beauty of an obviously flawed family with remarkable warmth and immediacy.
With its wry humor and fantastic mix of music and images, this rockumentary could carve out a solid theatrical niche.
Business goes on at the Tribeca Film Festival, even for films that aren’t in Tribeca: Anchor Bay, whose acquisitions exec is in Gotham for the fest, has acquired North American rights to “Small Time,”…