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Pocket guide to ten must-see movies at the Tribeca Film Festival

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Founded in 2002 to revitalize the section of lower Manhattan struggling in the wake of 9/11, the Tribeca Film Festival—the brainchild of Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal, and Craig Hatkoff—is now one of the country’s preeminent cinema showcases along with Sundance and Telluride. It’s probably physically impossible to see every film screening at the festival—in 2014, nearly 200 films will be shown—so BookTrib has created a pocket guide to the festival. So grab your program, your plane ticket to the Big Apple (if you’re not there already), and get ready to hunker down for some fascinating flicks. What to watch if you love Catcher in the Rye: GABRIEL   In Lou Howe’s feature-length debut, Rory Culkin—yes, Macaulay’s younger brother—plays the…

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