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When Hollywood and the fashion industry converge on a theme, we should probably pay attention.
"Beside Still Waters" director Chris Lowell joins Ricky to discuss why he opted not to have an “over the top” gay character in the film.
Gabriel is a powerful look at a young man who could be anyone's son and who desperately wants to be able to function without medication and without continued treatment. It reminds us how real mental illness is and how devastating its impact can be.
The media and entertainment have continually portrayed gangs with a stereotyped, limited perspective. Yet the only way to
Films like S#x Acts and Yossi, excellent films made about complex human issues, are the kind of Israeli films that should be of world interest.
Check out some of the winners below, and see the rest over at the Tribeca Film Festival's website: On Friday, the Tribeca
Directed by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, "Bridegroom" is a documentary focusing on the fight for marriage equality in California
Bluebird is a smart and subtle reminder of how exquisitely fragile the balance of our everyday lives are. A small, seemingly insignificant event, like stopping to admire a bluebird, can contribute to a tragedy whose ripple effects permanently mark the lives of many.
Beneath that candy-coated exterior, Stein added, “G.B.F.” has a gooey emotional center that also makes it stand apart from
Federico Fellini once said about cinema that "it's not just an art form; it's actually a new form of life with its own rhythms, cadences, perspectives and transparencies." If that is true, then a film festival is a magnificent celebration of life and its endless contours.