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Juries Announced for 2016 Tribeca Film Festival

The TFF jurors include industry leaders, award-winning actors, acclaimed filmmakers, writers, entrepreneurs, artists and cultural leaders divided among 11 festival categories. The 2016 festival runs April 13–24. Winning films, filmmakers, actors, and storytellers to be announced at TFF Awards Night ceremony…

Natalie Lally’s GORED Film Review

By Special Correspondent Natalie Lally April 6, 2016 A suspenseful telling of a courageous adventure of a matador chasing his dream of becoming world famous. GORED is an intimate documentary about the most gored bullfighter in modern history, Antonio Barrera.…

Latest Report from PSC President Barbara Bowen: Problems for CUNY with Governor Cuomo’s 2017 State Budget

The Professional Staff Congress represents 25,000 faculty and some staff at City University of New York Barbara Bowen, April 1: “Until early evening yesterday, the PSC was receiving word from legislators in Albany that the final State budget would include at…

Fifteenth Annual Tribeca Film Festival Announces Films In Spotlight, Midnight Sections, Plus the Centerpiece Film, Special Screenings, and Works In Progress

The Spotlight section features 36 films, consisting of 18 narratives and 18 documentaries. 25 films in the selection will have their world premiere at the Festival. The opening night Spotlight film is the world premiere of Bill Purple’s drama The…

Caveat Lector Ye Rip-Off Artists of NY Freelancers

By Senior Editor Jimmy Kelly, March 26, 2016 Deborah Cowell, a veteran book editor and freelance writer of more than 10 years, negotiated a $500 agreement with a client to do editorial work.  When the project was complete, however, the client altered Cowell’s…