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Pass The Popcorn: OKP’s Top Flicks From Tribeca Film Festival 2014

Pass The Popcorn: OKP’s Top Flicks From Tribeca Film Festival 2014

Okayplayer.com Recaps The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival  Presented In-Part By The Lincoln Motor Company.

Okayplayer.com brings you the skinny on our favorite flicks from the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, sponsored in part by The Lincoln Motor Company. These recommendations represent the best of our time spent at the festival from the red carpet to the theater and offer a sneak peek at a bit of what’s to come on the silver screen. After sitting in on a host of awesome music documentaries and feature films our crew had some awesome things to say about One9 and Erik Parker‘s Time Is Illmatic, Alan Hicks and Quincy JonesKeep On Keepin On, Lucky Them from Emily Wachtel and Megan Griffiths, Ian Cheney‘s The Search For General Tso, Gia Coppola‘s Palo Alto and The Untitled James Brown Documentary from director Alex Gibney. We also take a look at director Duncan Wolfe‘s Alethea – a film about self-discovery and the creative process, presented with the help of Lincoln Motor Company – and give a few shout to a couple of festival films we were not able to catch. Click through to get lowdown on each of the aforementioned flicks ahead of their impending arrival in theaters. Stay tuned for more from the Tribeca Film Festival.

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