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17 April 2014
Weekend Agenda 18/19 April

This weekend enjoy the best of international cinema at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, see art created from the ground up in São Paulo, and check out the new album by Australian electronic musician Chet Faker.

The 13th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival is in full swing in Lower Manhattan, continuing its tradition of promoting independent films and filmmakers. This year a total of 89 features and 58 shorts from 40 countries…

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Weekend Agenda

Thursday 17 April

This weekend enjoy the best of international cinema at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, see art created from the ground up in São Paulo, and check out the new album by Australian electronic musician Chet Faker.

The 13th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival is in full swing in Lower Manhattan, continuing its tradition of promoting independent films and filmmakers. This year a total of 89 features and 58 shorts from 40 countries…

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