Arnold Schwarzenegger holds a Golden Camera lifetime achievement award during awarding ceremony in Hamburg, northern Germany, Friday, Feb. 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Christian Charisius, pool)
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From a crime drama starring actress Glenn Close to an Arnold Schwarzenegger film about a deadly zombie epidemic to an expose of the financial crisis, the Tribeca Film Festival unveiled a varied slate of movies on Thursday.After announcing the documentary and narrative films in competition on Tuesday, the festival revealed its full schedule of nearly 100 feature-length films.As in previous years, the downtown New York event will pair films with live music, dance and comedy performances linked to them.
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