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Growing Tribeca working in 'beta' mode

25 April 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- With entertainment industry attendance at the Tribeca Film Festival jumping more than 33% from last year, fest co-founders Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff announced this year's star-filled jury panels, the fest's expansion and a slate of new films about the Sept. 11 attacks, which inspired its creation. The festival opens Monday and runs through May 7. Two jurors from films to be featured at the fest, Josh Lucas (Poseidon) and Edward Burns (The Groomsmen), joined the founders and other festival attendees onstage at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center to unveil six film competition juries, with artists including Julia Stiles and Moby participating. While an increasing number of big-studio tentpole premieres such as Mission: Impossible III and Poseidon are raising Tribeca's public profile, many of the 274 films at the fest have no distributor. The number of registered industry attendees jumped from 523 in 2005 to more than 700 this year, indicating the fest's growing role as a film market. »

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