Tribeca Film Festival 2011

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Everything Must Go Everything Must Go
Everything Must Go and The Bang Bang Club
The Bang Bang Club (Country: Canada, South Africa; Year: 2010; Director: Steven Silver; Writer: Steven Silver; Stars: Malin Akerman, Ryan Phillippe, Taylor Kitsch, Patrick Lyster, Frank Rautenbach, Russel Savadier, Neels Van Jaarsveld)
The story of combat photographers in South Africa's apartheid era.
US premiere
Catching Hell (Country: US; Year: 2011; Director: Alex Gibney; Writer: Alex Gibney)
It’s the pop fly that will live in infamy. When Chicagoan Steve Bartman fatefully deflected a foul ball in Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS, the city’s long-suffering Cubs fans found someone new to blame for their cursed century without a World Series title. Oscar®-winning director Alex Gibney explores the psychology of die-hard sports fans, the frightening phenomenon of scapegoating, and the hysteria that turned mild-mannered Bartman into the most hated man in Chicago.
World Premiere. ESPN Sports Film Festival gala screening
Everything Must Go (Country: US; Year: 2010; Director: Dan Rush; Writer: Raymond Carver, Dan Rush; Stars: Will Ferrell, Rebecca Hall, Laura Dern, Stephen Root, Michael Peña, Glenn Howerton, Shannon Whirry, Christopher Jordan Wallace, Jason Spisak, Todd Bryant, Leslea Fisher, J. Lyle Johnson, Torin Sixx, Annie Boon, Scott Takeda)
Tale of a middle-aged suburbanite whose life is crumbling.
New York premiere
The Union (Country: US; Year: 2011; Director: Cameron Crowe; Stars: T-Bone Burnett, Elton John, Leon Russell)
An unprecedented and personal look at the creative life of Elton John and the remarkable collaborative album with Leon Russell, produced by T-Bone Burnett.
Opening night gala

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