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Last Year at the Crossing

An alternative high school in central Indiana is the last, best chance for four struggling teens to earn a diploma. Their dedicated school administrator goes to great lengths to help in this bittersweet portrait of teens trying to rise above their circumstances.
Tue, Oct 15 5:00 PM
Sat, Oct 19 12:15 PM
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MisEducation of Bindu, The

When a bullied Indian teen forges her mother’s signature to test out of high school, she discovers she must pay a test fee by 7th period, leaving her no choice but to turn to the students she desperately wants to leave.
Sat, Oct 12 7:30 PM9:15 PM
Fri, Oct 18 5:30 PM
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Music Makers of Gennett Records, The

During the early 20th century, one tiny recording studio in Richmond, Indiana, had a big impact on the soundtrack of the Jazz Age. “The Music Makers of Gennett Records” tells the unlikely story of the Gennett Recording Studios, where many of the greatest artists in American jazz, blues, country, and gospel music first recorded.
Fri, Oct 11 12:50 PM
Sat, Oct 19 10:10 AM
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Rev. Marvin Chandler: Open to the Moment

This documentary tells the story of Rev. Marvin Chandler who first played the piano at the age of four in his hometown of Bloomington. Since that time, he has never stopped sharing his love of music, commitment to justice, and passion for ministry.
Sun, Oct 13 7:45 PM
Tue, Oct 15 3:00 PM
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Revolutionist: Eugene V. Debs, The

His critics called him “the most dangerous man in America.” But Eugene V. Debs emerged as a powerful voice for workers, and the downtrodden. Speaking his voice cost Debs his freedom. But to the end, he considered himself an unapologetic revolutionist.
Fri, Oct 11 5:00 PM
Sun, Oct 13 7:20 PM
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Syndrome K

The true WWII story of three Italian doctors in Rome who rescued Jews during the Holocaust through a horrific, contagious disease that wasn't real.
Mon, Oct 14 7:10 PM
Tue, Oct 15 2:15 PM
Fri, Oct 18 12:30 PM
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We Shall Not Die Now

WE SHALL NOT DIE NOW explores the Holocaust, where between 1939 and 1945, over six million Jews and eleven million others were systematically murdered by the Nazi regime. 75 years after the conclusion of the war, this film seeks to explore not only the horrific human tragedy and what we can learn from it, but the resilience of those that rebuilt their lives in spite of the unimaginable.
Sat, Oct 12 7:20 PM
Thu, Oct 17 2:45 PM
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Whelm

Set during the Great Depression, two Midwest brothers get tangled in a rivalry between a legendary bank robber and an eccentric young criminal.
Sun, Oct 13 7:45 PM
Thu, Oct 17 7:10 PM
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