15 Films We Can't Wait to See at Tribeca Film Festival 2016

From a punk comedy starring Green Day's frontman to a 'Ghostbusters' doc, our picks for the downtown NYC film fest

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Few people were as polarizing and controversial in the 1970s as Chris Burden, the Los Angeles performance artist who nailed his body to a Volkswagen, took a bullet to the arm and once lived inside a tiny locker for five days. Then the enfant terrible mellowed, slightly, as his interests shifted to sculpting, and he morphed from social pariah to celebrated populist with the L.A. landmark/tourist attraction Urban Light. Timothy Marrinan and Richard Dewey's loving doc encapsulates Burden's prolific, provocative career and shows why he was one of modern art's most original, daring voices. JN

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