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More than a decade after it was launched to revitalize lower Manhattan following the Sept. 11 attacks, the Tribeca Film Festival has become a showcase for documentaries and independent films as well as a testing ground for new talent and digital innovations in cinema.More than 85 feature films including documentaries were selected from 6,117 submissions and will be screened during the festival that runs through April 27 ."Gabriel," by writer-director Lou Howe and starring Rory Culkin ("Signs" and "You Can Count on Me"), opens the festival's world narrative competition.The drama about an emotionally disturbed young man in search of his first love will compete for best feature, director, actor and actress, screenplay and cinematography prizes against 11 other films.
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