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Is Today the Day For Jolie? (Updated Answer: Yes)

Angelina Jolie following the private Tribeca screening of her new documentary (Photo: Dennis Van Tine / Open All Night)

The Reeler noted over a month ago that Angelina Jolie was likely to screen her documentary A Moment in the World at this year's festival, and it appears that likelihood is coming to fruition today. The Washington Post alludes to it in today's paper, but the question is just where this would go down: I hear that the film is slated to appear this afternoon as part of a private program for students at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center; the original word was that Moment (known around the festival under the title Journey In) would be previewed for students today as part of a mini-fest at Bronx Preparatory Charter School -- part of the Tribeca Teaches program that culminates in a community film and music event on Saturday. However, the list of today's titles sent over to The Reeler reflect a different schedule altogether, and a source close to the festival sends late word that the screening is booked under the radar -- i.e. no red carpet, no Jolie photo ops -- at TPAC around 4 or 5 p.m.

Anyone know anything? Look me up.

UPDATED 4/28: The screening went off as planned, but just a little earlier in the afternoon. The intrepid gang at Open All Night hit TPAC and caught a glimpse of the star on her way out (above).

Posted at April 27, 2007 12:00 PM

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