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Festivals

Paris Can Wait, The Lovers, The Dinner, and Manifesto | Tribeca 2017

After seeing the following four films in particular, one would hope that they are harbingers for what the rest of the year may hold: complex, starring roles for actresses.

Quest

A gritty but ultimately inspiring portrait of resilience.

4 Documentary Quick Takes | Tribeca 2017

Pink river dolphins, space exploration, and Gilbert Gottfried are among the subjects of this Tribeca Film Festival overview.

The Last Animals | Tribeca 2017

Director Kate Brooks’s sobering documentary explores the real cost of a piece of rhinoceros horn or elephant tusk.

Real People, Real-World Reactions | Tribeca 2017 Documentaries

Five absorbing documentaries in this year’s festival, including one starring Ronald Reagan.

Barbecue

Twelve countries’ worth of grilled meat is a lot to digest.

League of Exotique Dancers

“You can’t go home again” isn’t true for a group of former burlesque dancers from the 1960s and ’70s returning to the stage.

The Erlprince | Slamdance Film Festival

A battle of wills between a physics prodigy and an ultra-controlling mother. When maternal love is conditional, reality changes.

Cotillard, Huppert, and Co. | Rendez-Vous with French Cinema 2017

The annual festival brings a de rigueur selection of art-house favorite filmmakers, but actresses are really front and center.