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TREATMENT

  • Release Year: 2006
  • Runtime: 86 minutes
  • Directed By: Ben Thompson and Oren Rudavsky
  • Country: USA
Jake Singer is a frustrated, confused, and recently dumped New York schoolteacher who enters into therapy in an attempt to find guidance in his life. The treatment appears to be working, but when he suddenly falls in love with a beautiful widow, Jake is forced to battle his therapist's alarmingly strong influence. Starring Chris Eigeman, Ian Holm, and Famke Janssen. | Read More
Drama
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TREE

  • Release Year: 2006
  • Runtime: 65 minutes
  • Country: Argentina
Returning to his childhood home, filmmaker Gustavo Fontán documents his parents' deliberations over a tree planted the day he was born. Simple questions that pass between them-Is the tree dead? Should we cut it down?-become meditations on history, memory, knowledge and the sensory symphony of daily life. | Read More
Documentary
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TRIALS OF MUHAMMAD ALI

  • Release Year: 2013
  • Runtime: 92 minutes
  • Directed By: Bill Siegel
  • Country: USA
Brash boxer Cassius Clay burst into the American consciousness in the early 1960s, just ahead of the Civil Rights movement. His transformation into the spiritually enlightened heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali is legendary, but this religious awakening also led to a bitter legal battle with the U.S. government after he refused to serve in the Vietnam War. This film reveals the perfect storm of race, religion and politics that shaped one of the most recognizable figures in sports history. | Read More
Sports and Documentary
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Tribeca Film Festival, in association with Harvard's Professor Clayton Christensen (The Innovator's Dilemma) and the Disruptor Foundation, presents its Third Annual Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards, hosted by the NYU Stern School of Business.

Christensen's Disruptive Innovation Theory explains how simpler, cheaper technologies, products, and services can decimate industry leaders. This radical innovation theory has ruled Silicon Valley for 15 years.

2011 honorees ranged from Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales to Keith Richards to DARPA. 2012 Lifetime Achievement Honorees are Jack Dorsey (founder of Twitter and Square) and John Wood (founder of Room to Read). Honorees include Justin Bieber and Scooter Braun, MITx, Stanford University, filmmakers Tiffany Shlain (Connected) and Edward Burns (Newlyweds), and more. | Read More
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TRIBECA ONLINE FILM FESTIVAL WINNER

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 78 minutes
  • Country: (none)

The 2011 winner is Donor Unknown.

Growing up, the only thing JoEllen Marsh knew about her biological father was that he was Donor 150. She had basic questions about where she came from and who shared her nose. Using the Internet and social networking sites, JoEllen set out to locate and meet for the first time dozens of brothers and sisters across the country. With an ever-expanding family tree, JoEllen and her newfound siblings decide to initiate contact with the bearer for their shared genes, Donor 150. Enter Jeffrey Harrison, an eccentric fiftysomething hippie living out of an RV on Venice Beach. As a youngster, Jeffrey moved to Hollywood with acting dreams, but between posing for Playgirl, waiting tables, and donating sperm at $20 a pop, his life didn't pan out as planned. | Read More

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