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20 Weeks

"20 Weeks" is a romantic drama about a couple who finds out that their baby may have a serious health issue at their 20-week scan. As they're faced with tough decisions about their pregnancy, they recount their relationship and love for one another.
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A Billion Colour Story

“A Billion Colour Story,” shot in stark black and white, is told through the eyes of Hari, a sensitive child wise beyond his years who lives through a period of enormous change with his parents, Imran and Parvati – a trajectory that includes exhilarating hope and bitter disappointment. When Hari moves with his progressive filmmaker parents—one Muslim, the other Hindu—to a different neighborhood in Mumbai, they are faced with intolerance and fundamentalism from their new neighbors and members of the community.
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A Normal Life

A week away from leaving for his first year of college, Michael becomes concerned about his parents’ overprotective tendencies toward his little brother, who has Down syndrome.
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AlphaGo

"AlphaGo" chronicles the DeepMind Challenge Match where an unproven AI program took on a legendary Go master. As the drama unfolds, questions emerge: What can artificial intelligence reveal about a 3000-year-old game? What will it teach us about humanity?
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American Folk

Two strangers, both folk musicians stranded in California, take a road trip to New York in the days after 9/11. A story about the kindness of strangers and the power of music.
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American Veteran

Sgt. Nick Mendes is the most upbeat quadriplegic soldier you'll ever meet. Follow Nick as he rebuilds his life, casts a fishing reel with his mouth, and falls in love with a nurse he meets in the VA hospital.
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And Then I Go

In the cruel world of junior high, Edwin suffers in a state of anxiety and alienation alongside his only friend, Flake. Misunderstood and demoralized daily, their fury simmers quietly until an idea for vengeance offers them a terrifying release.
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Astral

"Astral," a 30-meter sailboat built in the 1970s, had always been used as a luxury pleasure boat until its owner gave it to the NGO Proactiva Open Arms. "Astral" became a surveillance and rescue boat and set sail for the coast of Libya to carry out its first rescue mission.
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Augie

From James Keach, the director of Grammy-winning and Oscar-nominated “Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me,” comes “Augie.” Armed with irreverent humor and a boundless love of life, paralysis has done little to slow down Augie Nieto, the genius visionary and founder of LifeFitness, who has channeled his entrepreneur spirit towards finding a cure for ALS.
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Ayla: The Daughter of War - Foreign Language Contender 2

Part of the inaugural "Best Foreign Language Award Contender" Sidebar featuring 10 films submitted to the 2018 Academy Awards as their respective country's official entry for "Best Foreign Language Film."
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The Bachelors

A widower and his son try to start life over by moving to Los Angeles.
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Backpack Full of Cash

"Backpack Full of Cash," a new documentary narrated by Matt Damon, explores the real cost of privatizing America's public schools.
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The Ballad of Lefty Brown

Lefty Brown (Bill Pullman) is a 63 year old sidekick. Loyal, crotchety and rarely taken seriously, he's ridden with Western legend Eddie Johnson (Peter Fonda) for his entire adult life. Now Johnson has been appointed Senator of Montana, and despite the objections of his spirited wife Laura (Kathy Baker), he plans to leave Lefty in charge of his ranch. But when a rustler (Joe Anderson) kills Johnson, Lefty is forced from his partner's shadow. Devasted by guilt, he sets on a journey that will reunite him with old friends US Marshall Tom Harrah (Tommy Flanagan) and Montana Governor James Bierce (Jim Caviezel) as he confronts the ugly realities of frontier justice.
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Be Relentless

Her traffickers couldn't break her—can she break a world record?
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Bee Nation

"Bee Nation" is a heart-warming and inspiring film that transcends stereotypes often associated with Canada’s First Nations people. It is set within the framework of the first-ever First Nations Provincial Spelling Bee in Canada. Out on the breathy landscapes of Saskatchewan Reserves, we meet students, parents and educators in the weeks leading up to the spelling bee. We go ice fishing on a school outing, we revel in a dance at a powwow, we see best friends study together and we hover in the excitement as the day draws nearer. We see the hardships our characters face but we also feel the love and support that exists within the family home. We are drawn in by the intimacy of family life on the reserve set against a backdrop of vast and beautiful landscapes. And as we spend time with the children who will compete, we find ourselves investing in them, cheering for them and wanting them to succeed.
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The Best of All Worlds

The true story of a kid's life in the unusual world of his heroin-addict mother and their love for each other. Ticket gives access to premiere screening and party. Vouchers ARE NOT accepted for this screening. Party will be available following this screening.
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Bill Nye: Science Guy

Bill Nye is on a journey to change the world. Once the host of a popular kids' show, today he is the CEO of The Planetary Society where he’s leading a mission to launch a solar-powered satellite into the cosmos and advocating or the importance of science, research and discovery. He is taking off “The Science Guy” costume and taking on climate change deniers and creationists in the real world to create a more scientifically literate and engaged universe. With intimate and exclusive access, as well as plenty of wonder and whimsy, this is a behind-the-scenes portrait of "The Science Guy,” as he inspires millennials to participate in STEM and battles those who are at odds with science.
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Black Dog

“Black Dog” is a hybrid film about Chris, a 29-year-old who lives in New York City and manages chronic depression. The use of funny and romantic storylines gives the film an accessible entry point into this misunderstood condition.
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blank 13

Following the death of his deadbeat father, a son discovers that there was more to him than anyone in the family suspected. Ticket gives access to premiere screening. Vouchers ARE accepted for this screening. No party will be available following this screening.
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BPM (Beats Per Minute) - Foreign Language Contender 6

Part of the inaugural "Best Foreign Language Award Contender" Sidebar featuring 10 films submitted to the 2018 Academy Awards as their respective country's official entry for "Best Foreign Language Film."
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