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Hagar Ben-Asher's Dead Women Walking creates the opportunity for conversation and examination while humanizing those individuals that society has locked away without a further

Kristy Strouse reviews the inspirational documentary Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable that premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and shares her interview with director Aaron Lieber

Asghar Farhadi's Everbody Knows is a melodrama that takes itself too seriously - one that pulls in each and every direction to try and

As well as getting a chance to check out witty theatrical drama The Great Pretender at Tribecca Film Festival, Film Inquiry's Kristy Strouse also

Stephanie Archer gives a roundup of some of her experiences at Tribeca Film Festival, including a sci-fi, documentaries, shorts, and more.

Stephanie Archer reports on her time during Tribeca Film Festival 2018, and reviews the animated short films curated by Whoopi Goldberg.

David Fontana discusses four films directed by women that show transitional periods of life, from an adolescent teen to an immigrant mother attempting to

Little Woods, the debut film by Nia DaCosta, had its premiere at this years Tribeca Film Festival. It has the freshness of a new

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