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Tribeca Review: Elvis & Madonna
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Apr 30, 2010
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Tribeca Review: Elvis & Madonna

If there's a main difference between seeing a film screened theatrically at the Tribeca Film Festival and watching one streamed through the event's virtual player, it's that it's easier to "walk out" of the latter, especially given how many distractions there are on the internet. As far as "alternative distribution model" ventures go for film fests these days, I prefer the VOD option given that it's more like traditional home entertainment. The streaming web idea might be best suited for shorts and live coverage of red carpets and Q&As. And...

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