Tribeca, Tweeted

We're well into day two of our Tribeca Film Festival Twitterfest, so we thought we'd show you what's being tweeted. And, we'd like to introduce three new members!

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You can follow the Twitter coverage either over at the Tribeca Twitter Room or by following our StalkingTFF account on Twitter.

Joining our merry band are:

Karina Longworth (KarinaLongworth) is a New York-based film critic/blogger who co-founded Cinematical, currently edits SpoutBlog, and has contributed to Filmmaker, Time Out NY, Cineaste and a bunch of other print and online publications. She generally likes movies that are mind-numbingly slow and/or devastatingly sad. Oh, and musicals!

Scott Macaulay (FilmmakerMag) is the Editor of Filmmaker Magazine, the IFP's quarterly magazine devoted to independent film; the co-editor of Focus Features' FilmInFocus (@FilmInFocus), and a film producer with the New York-based production company Forensic Films. Among his producing credits are the features Raising Victor Vargas, Gummo, What Happened Was... Saving Face and Idlewild.

Claire Pacacha (clairepacacha) is Head of Development at Crossroads Films, known for such films as Snow Angels, Igby Goes Down and A Love Song for Bobby Long. Before joining Crossroads, Claire was a creative executive at This Is That with producers Anne Carey, Ted Hope, and Anthony Bregman.