Tribeca Film Festival 2010

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Shrek Forever After Shrek Forever After
Shrek Forever After and Birth Of Big Air
Birth Of Big Air (Country: US; Year: 2010; Director: Jeff Tremaine)
Story of BMX pioneer Mat Hoffman.
Doctor Zhivago (Country: US, Italy; Year: 1965; Director: David Lean; Writer: Boris Pasternak, Robert Bolt; Stars: Omar Sharif, Julie Christie, Geraldine Chaplin, Rod Steiger, Alec Guinness, Tom Courtenay, Siobhan McKenna, Ralph Richardson, Rita Tushingham, Jeffrey Rockland, Tarek Sharif, Bernard Kay, Klaus Kinski, Gérard Tichy, Noel Willman)
Restored version of the Lean classic sees an idealistic poet/physician and the fiancée of a political activist meet and fall in love against the backdrop of the Russian Revolution.
Shrek Forever After (Country: US; Year: 2010; Director: Mike Mitchell; Writer: Josh Klausner, Darren Lemke; Stars: Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, Antonio Banderas, Julie Andrews, Jon Hamm, John Cleese, Craig Robinson, Walt Dohrn, Jane Lynch, Lake Bell, Kathy Griffin, Mary Kay Place, Kristen Schaal, Meredith Vieira), Official Site
Ogre and Out.
Untitled Eliot Spitzer Film (Country: US; Year: 2010; Director: Alex Gibney)
Academy Award winner Alex Gibney takes an in-depth look at New York governor and ‘Sheriff of Wall Street’ Eliot Spitzer, who many believed was on his way to becoming president. Then, shockingly, Spitzer's meteoric rise turned into a precipitous fall when he was caught seeing prostitutes. And as the Sheriff fell, so did the financial markets. With unique access to friends and enemies of the ex-governor, this documentary explores the hidden contours of this tale of hubris, sex, and power.
Work in Progress screening
The Western Front (Country: US; Year: 2010; Director: Zachary Iscol; Writer: Zachary Iscol)
In 2004, writer/director Zachary Iscol fought as a US Marine in Al Anbar, Iraq’s most violent province. Five years later, Anbar has been transformed into one of the safest, but not because the insurgency was defeated. When Zach returns, he begins to confront the awful dilemmas he faced fighting an enemy that hid among civilians. Profoundly honest, this documentary explores these dilemmas from all sides to reveal a simple but surprising truth about the nature of war and peace.
Work in Progress screening
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