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1977

Screens in the program "Animated Expressions 2"
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45 Years of Canyon Cinema

A program of classic, seminal experimental shorts from the celebrated distributor Canyon Films, including work by Stan Brakhage, Phil Solomon, Kenneth Anger, Len Lye and Ken Jacobs.
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Screens in the program "Film Without Boundaries"
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Alexandra

A beautiful, allegorical film by Russian master Alexander Sokurov (The Son, NaFF 2006) about a grandmotherly woman (played by opera legend Galina Vishnevskaya) who visits her grandson who is serving in the Russian army on the frontlines of the conflict with Chechnya. A moving film about the endlessness of war.  Preceded by the film "Water (Voda)."
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All Day Long

Screens in "Shorts Program 1"
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Alone in the Real World, Together

A look at the making of the short Alone in the Real World by teens at the Preston Taylor YMCA and the inspiration and creative process behind the film.
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Alone. Life Wastes Andy Hardy

Screens in the program "45 Years of Canyon Cinema"
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American Teen

The 2005-2006 school year of seniors at Warsaw Community High School in Indiana. The film chronicles some of their hopes and lots of their fears as they navigate the tricky waters of small-town high school life and impending adulthood.
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Animated Expressions I

Instructional films, unsolvable riddles, confessional letters and once-in-a lifetime interviews.  These animated stories will take you back in time, uncover secrets of the fairer sex, and, above all, entertain you with an assortment of imaginative animation styles.
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Animated Expressions II

Ingenuity, self-discovery, and exploring a unique relationship with God are just some of the themes in our second animated program.  Includes Oscar-nominee Madame Tutli-Putli and the new thriller by Bill Plympton.
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Anita O'Day - The Life of a Jazz Singer

This biographical documentary chronicles one of the most respected female vocalists in jazz, Anita O'Day (1919-2006), who died mere weeks after contributing interviews for the film. Full of great archival footage and interviews with her musical peers and collaborators.
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Another BBC Challenge

Screens in the program "Fun With Our Shorts On"
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Another B-Movie

Screens in the program "Animated Expressions 2"
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Apology Line, The

Preceding the film "You, the Living"
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Applications

Screens in the program "Young Filmmakers Showcase"
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Aquarium

Screens in "Shorts Program 5"
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Art of Negative Thinking, The

A dark and hilarious story about a depressed but bitterly funny and articulate paraplegic who rejects the sympathy his injury generates and the fiasco that results when a "municipal positivity" group comes to their home.   Preceded by the film "Three Towers."
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Assassin, The

A modern film noir about a hit man in New York who must evade the cops and the gangsters who hired him after a job goes awry. Co-written, directed by and starring Nashville native/TSU grad Devin E. Haqq.
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At the Death House Door

Terrific documentary about a chaplain in a Texas prison who spent 15 years accompanying prisoners on their last day on earth.  His belief in capital punishment changed when one excecuted prisoner appeared to be innocent.
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August the First

Award winning film about an African American family's party celebrating the youngest son's graduation that takes a turn when the Nigerian father, who left years ago, suddenly arrives.
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