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Inside Casting: So you want to be famous?

Fri, Oct 4 1:15 PM
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17 Blocks

In 1999, nine-year-old Emmanuel Sanford-Durant and his family began filming their daily lives in America's most dangerous neighborhood — just 17 blocks behind the U.S. Capitol. They've been filming ever since. Made in a unique collaboration with filmmaker and journalist Davy Rothbart, and spanning two decades, 17 BLOCKS illuminates a nation's ongoing crisis through one family's raw, stirring, and deeply personal saga.
Sat, Oct 5 7:00 PM
Sun, Oct 6 2:30 PM
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40 Minutes Over Maui

In the middle of a peaceful Hawaiian vacation, a couple has to grapple a crisis that may not only forever affect their vacation, but also all of humanity.
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The 8th Year of the Emergency

Lil sometimes has a hard time finding the right words, but a visit from her family inspires a moment of ecstatic clarity.
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Above Ground, Below Ground (Au-Dessus du Sol ** Sous Terre)

A short documentary visually comparing the underground life to that above ground. Made through Belmont University on the MOT Paris Study abroad 2019.
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Abu Eli

A former drug addict on his last act to save his refuge best friend.
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Acid Rain

Somewhere in the Eastern Europe. Young runs away from her depressing hometown. That’s how she meets Skinny – a kind of unstable weirdo who lives in a camper and runs his not-so-legal errands. Their journey gradually leads them towards more and more eerie settings.
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While she claims to be an expert in sex and love on YouTube, Ada can barely speak to her gym trainer, with whom she's madly in love with. When she sets her sights on him, everything changes.
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Tired of his turbulent family life, Adam seeks out an alternative arrangement in hopes of finding his place.
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Adapting Books for Film: Finding the Best Stories

Hollywood has been turning books into movies for decades. Increasingly, synergy between book IP (intellectual property) and film drives decision-making at the acquisitions and marketing stages as well. Learn more from this panel of seasoned veterans of the publishing and film industries. Presented in partnership with WriterFest Nashville.
Fri, Oct 4 11:45 AM
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Ài Bàba (Love Dad)

An intimate tape recording between a mother and her 7 year old daughter talking about divorce.
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To escape an early marriage arranged by her father, Zana has to make a courageous decision.
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Alexander at the End of the World

A photographer’s search of his identity in which the romantic is entangled with the political.
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Sat, Oct 5 8:00 PM
Wed, Oct 9 12:00 PM
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All Inclusive

Under the spell of mass entertainment on the high seas.
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All on a Mardi Gras Day

In a gentrifying New Orleans, Demond sacrifices to be Big Chief in a secret 200-year culture known as Mardi Gras Indians: African-American men from the city’s roughest neighborhoods who spend all year sewing feathered suits they’ll wear only once, in a battle to decide who’s “the prettiest.”
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The Amazing Gayl Pile

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American Boyfriend

An experimental narrative that follows a 15-year-old girl, Lenny, as she deals with anxiety, jealousy, and fear when exposed to sexuality for the first time on a school field-trip to the beach.
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