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At Tribeca Film Institute, a Treasure Trove for Indie and Emerging Filmmakers

In Lower Manhattan, bordered on the west by the Hudson River, the east by Broadway, the north by Canal Street, and on the south by the World Trade Center site, lies the neighborhood known as Tribeca (formerly spelled “TriBeCa,” each … Continue reading

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How Celebrities Can Manage The Pressures Of Hollywood

Many celebrities deal with the pressures of Hollywood on a regular basis. Here are some suggestions on how to manage the stresses and anxieties of dealing with peer pressure when working in Hollywood. 1. Know Where You Stand. Ask yourself … Continue reading

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6 Tips On How To Deal With A Celebrity Breakup

Sometimes it can be difficult for celebrities to manage the stress and depression of ending a relationship with someone. Here are some tips on how celebrities can deal with a breakup. 1.Give it some time. At first, you will feel … Continue reading

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Film Review: Set Your Sites Low, and “Baywatch” Mostly Entertains

Baywatch (Seth Gordon, 2017) 2½ out of 4 stars. The original Baywatch television series ran on NBC for just one season, 1989-1990, before the network cancelled it. Its star, David Hasselhof (previously known for Knight Rider), refused to accept no … Continue reading

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Film Review – Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Film Poster: Pirates of the Caribbean

The money is on the screen, Captain Jack is still a drunk and Bardem creates another infamous villain. Jack is not gay anymore. Long ago, when Johnny Depp was filming PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL … Continue reading

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Film Review: I Am Not Your Negro

Raoul Peck, a successful Haitian filmmaker and political activist, brings the controversial and thorny topic of racism to a discussion in his exemplary new documentary film “I Am Not Your Negro”. Peck’s past moves include “Sometimes in April” (2005), a … Continue reading

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