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IFFBoston 2009 – Day Three – Reality Cracked

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500 Days of Summer takes an unusual approach to a love story in that it isn’t one – and it tells you so up front.  What it is instead is an honest look at the course of a relationship when only seen from one person’s point of view, however skewed that might be.  From heart-warmingly fun and flirty, to heart-crushingly panicked and confused, anyone who has been half of a couple will relive the emotions of first dates and first fights and much of what lies between the two - and perhaps w...

Big Fan Movie Directorial debut from Robert Siegel, screenwriter of The Wrestler

Director: Robert Siegal.
Paul (Patton Oswalt), a 35-year-old parking garage attendant from Staten Island, is the self-described "world's biggest New York Giants fan." He spends his off hours calling in to local sports radio station 760 The Zone, where he rants in support of his beloved team, often against his mysterious on-air rival, Eagles fan Philadelphia Phil (Michael Rapaport). His family berates him for doing nothing with his life, but they don't understand the depth of his love of the Giants. One night, Paul and his best friend Sal (Kevin Corrigan) spot a Giants star linebacker (Jonathan Hamm) and decide to approach him—but things do not go as planned. The fallout of this chance encounter brings Paul's world crashing down around him as his family, the team, the media and the authorities engage in a tug of war over Paul, testing his allegiances and calling into question everything he believes in. Following up his first filmed screenplay (The Wrestler), writer/director Robert Siegel once again demonstrates a unique and potent vision of the human experience, in all of it its harsh truths and hopeful humanity.

Tribeca Red Carpet for Spike Lee's, "Kobe Doing Work"

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Sharon Abella: Are you excited to be at the film festival?ANTONIO PIERCE: Linebacker for the New York Giants: "Yes. I was here a couple of years ago for the movie about Cesar Chavez, I don't remember the name, maybe it was titled that, I'm not sure."SA: Are you a big Kobe fan?AP: "I am. Big Kobe fan. I admire the way he plays, the way he goes about his business on and off the court, and honestly, being directed by Spike Lee is very huge! You can't put two better people together to work toget...

Tribeca Sports Saturday

Thursday, May 3-----As part of the Tribeca/ESPN Sports Festival, which has presenting 12 feature premieres this week on films with sports subjects, the Festival is hosting Tribeca Sports Saturday on May 5th. The family-friendly event will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in downtown Manhattan, and is free and open to the public. Families and kids will have the opportunity to participate in interactive athletic experiences including a BMX Bike Jump from ESPN, an NBA Pavilion, represent...

World Premiere of THE GRAND

    Saturday, April 28------THE GRAND, a riotous comedy set int he world of high-stakes poker, had its World Premiere on Friday evening at the Tribeca Film Festival.....one of the anticipated events of a very busy weekend. The improvisational comedy, written and directed by Zak Penn (X-MEN: THE LAST STAND), is a hilarious mockumentary on America's current obsession with the high drama of competition poker. Powered by a cast of first-rated comedic talent, the film stars Wo...
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