Tribeca documentary looks at complicated Nazi family legacies; plus, riding the Empire Builder across the Great Plains with Albert Maysles.
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Although Robert DeNiro, who was one of its founders, recently disclosed that he thought the Tribeca Film Festival would be a one-shot deal, the event has hung on and grown every year. This year’s festival, currently running all over lower Manhattan, is no exception, with several new sidebar events focusing on new media.
Video blogger Aaron Herman attended the Tribeca Film Festival and spoke with
the directors and cast of the new Israeli revenge film "Big Bad Wolves" What would you do if A vigilante cop and a vengeful father capture and interrogate an accused serial killer. Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado's brutal follow-up to "Rabies" (TFF 2011) examines a horror that most would not want to imagine: what would you do if someone hurt the one you loved most?
The sequel to ‘Yossi and Jagger’ at Tribeca fest, marks the subtle changes in the former IDF commander.
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It has been 10 years since Jagger died, and Yossi (Ohad Knoller), his erstwhile commander and lover, hasn’t recovered yet. Now a cardiologist working in Tel Aviv, Yossi is still closeted, living in an emotional straitjacket woven of loneliness, mourning and the fear of being devastated by more tragedy. If only something would change...