Films to look out for in Tribeca and beyond

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For this week’s movie segment, we’re celebrating the Tribeca Film Festival, which kicked off Wednesday night with “Shrek Forever After.”

Just eight years old, the downtown New York festival attracts some of the biggest film distribution companies, actors, directors, and media outlets in the world.

Rafer Guzman, Takeaway movie contributor and Newsday critic, has been following the festival closely, and he tells us which Tribeca films we should all be looking out for in the coming months.

Rafer’s Tribeca picks:

* “Joan Rivers: A piece of work”
* “Get Low”
* “Ondine”
* Untitled Eliot Spitzer Film
* The Killer Inside Me”

(Below, the trailer for “Get Low,” which will arrive in theaters in June.)

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