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3 Acts of Murder

In 1929, Arthur Upfield (Australia’s premier crime writer) plotted the perfect murder for his novel THE SANDS OF WINDEE. Meanwhile, one of his friends, stockman Snowy Rowles, put the scheme into deadly effect, even before the book was published. Based on a true story.
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5 Dollars

Kenny, 10, and his sister Lou Ann, 9, are paid five bucks to keep their mouths shut when their half-sister Erleen, 15, brings an older boy over to their trailer one afternoon, but when Kenny's Daddy shows up and almost catches Erleen in the act, Kenny and Lou Anne are put to the test.
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5 Variations on a Long String (predecing Ne Change Rien)

Over the past quarter century, composer/performer Ellen Fullman has developed and perfected her extraordinary 'long string instrument'. More than fifty feet long, the instrument envelops its audience in dense masses of sound; imagine standing inside an enormous pipe organ, or a huge grand piano.
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8: The Mormon Proposition

8: THE MORMON PROPOSITION examines the efforts of the Mormon Church and its members to halt nearly every piece of LGBT legislation on the desks of lawmakers from Hawaii to New York to the controversial Prop 8, which overturned California’s marriage equality act.
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A Gentle Push

Nine year old Robbie is looking forward to the last school day, that will keep him safe from his bullies for at least two months. Unfortunately, Robbie will have to say goodbye to a lot more this day...
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A Letter to Uncle Boonmee

A filmmaker captures images that characterize the violence and repression as well as the hope of rebirth and remembrance in northeastern Thailand.
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Abuelo

After the loss of her mother, Emily, 12, has a bleak outlook on life that only worsens when her grandfather from Argentina arrives for an extended stay. To their mutual surprise, she and her abuelo discover that dance provides a common language.
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Adelaide

Adelaide is looking for love in all the wrong places. Seeking attention by faking illnesses, she runs into Brad at the pharmacy counter, turning her strategy- and their lives- upside down.
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After the Fall

AFTER THE FALL follows two American journalists to Vietnam for the 30th anniversary of the fall of Saigon and explores the profound impact of the war on their fathers - A US Marine Captain who served in the war and a draft resister who moved to Canada in protest.
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Ajami

Violence permeates the Academy Award-nominated AJAMI, co-directed by an Israeli and a Palestinian with a Tarantinoesque flare. Cast with local non-professionals and reflecting the rhythms of the titular Tel Aviv neighborhood, AJAMI is intense, exciting, and never less than authentic.
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Alisha

The story of Alisha, an overweight, teenage girl struggling to deal with her body image issues, while maintaining one of the few ‘relationships’ that exist in her life, her father.
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America the Refuge: Escape from Cambodia

A young filmmaker documents his grandmother's escape from the Khmer Rouge.
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Applause

When the critically acclaimed, tough and coming-of-age actress Thea Barfoed (Paprika Steen) ends her rehab, she confronts a hard choice. During her heavy drinking period, she divorced and lost custody of her two boys. Now she wants them to be a part of her life again. But the hard life on stage, and the ghosts of the past slowly come knocking on her door. Thea is bound to give in to her faith, and make the choice.
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Art House

When a dishonest college dean and a philistine donor try to evict a household of starving art students from their communal house, the art students rise up and fight to preserve their home, known for decades as a hard-partying haven for artists and artist-wannabes.
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Athena

Chuck is isolated in a roadside convenience shop in the middle of the desert. Through the strange and unlikely companionship of an exotic chicken and young woman, he rediscovers himself and what it means to be alive.
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Athlete, The

This unique and elegant hybrid of autobiography, biopic and documentary tells the inspiring story of the great Ethiopian marathon runner Abebe Bikila, who in 1960 became the first African athlete to win gold at the Olympics – a new world record.
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Award Winning Shorts

The Letter Within the lonely confines of his house, Alfred’s elderly life works like clockwork. It isn’t until mysterious and anonymous letters arrive that he is driven mad by his loneliness. $5 Kenny, 10, and his sister Lou Ann, 9, are paid five bucks to keep their mouths shut when their half-sister Erleen, 15, brings an older boy over to their trailer one afternoon, but when Kenny's Daddy shows up and almost catches Erleen in the act, Kenny and Lou Anne are put to the test. Q&A In February 2006, 12-year-old Joshua Littman, who has Asperger's Syndrome, interviewed his mother Sarah at StoryCorps. Their one-of-a-kind conversation covered everything from cockroaches to Sarah's feelings about Joshua as a son. The Spine The Spine uses a twisted, beautiful and highly original visual aesthetic to look at the ways individuals evolve, adapt and break. The Armoire 11 year-old Aaron plays a game of Hide and Seek in which his friend Tony is never found.
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Bad Blood

When the boss of a ruling Hong Kong triad is arrested and executed in China for counterfeiting money, mayhem ensues as the mob’s leading contenders circle the throne in a violent showdown for power.
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Banana Bread

Matt Meyerson has a worried Jewish mother. In his case, she actually has good reason to worry.
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Bass Player, The

As Niall McKay helps his elderly father Jim, a jazz bass player, return home to Ireland, father and son revisit Niall’s tumultuous childhood with an abusive, unpredictable mother and a musician father who was often on the road.
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