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Screening(s):
Bad Brains: A Band in D.C.
directed by
Mandy Stein and Benjamen Logan
USA / 2012 / 104 minutes
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Using rare archival footage and original comic illustrations, the film re-constructs Bad Brains' rich and complicated history.

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Casting By
directed by
Tom Donahue
USA / 2012 / 89 minutes
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The surprising, never-before-told tale of the indispensable yet unsung Casting Director - Iconoclasts whose keen eye, exquisite taste and gut instincts redefined Hollywood.

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Charles Bradley: Soul of America
directed by
Poull Brien
USA / 2012 / 74 minutes
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The true story of 62 year old aspiring soul singer Charles Bradley, whose debut album rocketed him from a life of tragedy in the projects to Rolling Stone magazines top 50 albums of 2011.

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Chasing Ice
directed by
Jeff Orlowski
USA,Greenland, Iceland / 2012 / 75 minutes
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James Balog's photos and videos of rapidly disappearing glaciers are a haunting reminder of the danger our planet faces.

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David Bromberg Unsung Treasure
directed by
Beth Toni Kruvant
USA / 2012 / 74 minutes
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Bending musical genres, collaborating with Dylan, Harrison, Garcia, and hundreds more, take an in depth look at New York American roots musician, David Bromberg's rise to fame and contribution to music.

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Dear Governor Cuomo...
directed by
Jon Bowermaster
USA / 2012 / 75 minutes
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On a rainy night in May, a unique coalition of musicians, scientists and activists gathered in Albany on the governor’s front door step, calling for a ban on hydraulic-fracturing.

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Dinner at the No-Go's
directed by
Marco Antonio Orsini
Monaco / 2012 / 71 minutes
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Make reservations for a tasty and nutritious conversation about place, politics and people. Exploration, conversation, confrontation, (in)digestion…it’s all on the menu.

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Fight to Live
directed by
Barbara Kopple
USA / 2011 / 82 minutes
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When dealing with life-threatening illnesses, gaining access to the best treatments available is half the battle.

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Idle Threat
directed by
George Pakenham
USA / 2012 / 60 minutes
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An eco adventure story - Manhattan style

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Informant
directed by
Jamie Meltzer
USA / 2012 / 81 minutes
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A spellbinding look at a radical activist turned FBI informant who has been both vilified and deified, but never fully understood.

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Magical Mystery Tour Revisited
directed by
Francis Hanly
UK / 2012 / 58 minutes
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Songs you’ll never forget, the film you’ve never seen and a story that’s never been heard.

Precedes MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR at WOODSTOCK Playhouse, 10/12/2012, 7:15PM
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Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God

Winner of 3 Emmy Awards
directed by
Alex Gibney
USA / 2012 / 107 minutes
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Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney exposes the abuse of power in the Catholic Church and a cover-up that travels to the highest office of the Vatican.

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Mechanical Bride, The
directed by
Allison de Fren
USA / 2012 / 76 minutes
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A surprisingly human look at artificial love.

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Mondays at Racine
directed by
Cynthia Wade
USA / 2012 / 39 minutes
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When your life is at stake, why is losing your hair so hard?

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Oma & Bella
directed by
Alexa Karolinski
USA, Germany / 2012 / 76 minutes
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Oma and Bella is an intimate film about two elderly Jewish women in Berlin with humor, stories, and a deep fondness for good food.

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Once in a Lullaby: The PS 22 Chorus Story
directed by
Jonathan Kalafer
USA / 2012 / 86 minutes
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Not every 5th Grader gets to sing at the Oscars.

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One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das
directed by
Jeremy Frindel
USA, India / 2012 / 72 minutes
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The story of Krishna Das on his journey to India to discover legendary spiritual teacher Neem Karoli Baba, through drug addiction and depression, to his eventual emergence as a world-famous kirtan singer who the NY Times calls 'the chant master of American Yoga'.

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Only The Young
directed by
Jason Tippet and Elizabeth Mims
USA / 2012 / 68 minutes
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In a small desert town just beyond the shadow of magic mountain, children are the gods of foreclosed homes and underpasses.

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Pretty Old
directed by
Walter Matteson
USA / 2012 / 85 minutes
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When 30 women aged 67 - 84 from across America and around the world descend on Fall River, Massachusetts to compete in the 30th anniversary Ms. Senior Sweetheart Pageant, hilarity and heartbreak ensue.

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Rolan Makes Movies
directed by
Anton Verstakov
Russian Federation / 2012 / 50 minutes
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Make movies. By any means. In Siberia. 10,000 kilometers from Hollywood.

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Shepard & Dark
directed by
Treva Wurmfeld
USA / 2012 / 92 minutes
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Shepard & Dark,/i> is the remarkable story of a friendship in letters.

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Virgin Tales
directed by
Mirjam von Arx
Switzerland / 2012 / 87 minutes
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One in eight girls in the US has vowed to remain “unsoiled” until marriage. For two years, the filmmakers follow the Wilson family, founders of the now famous Purity Balls to show how the religious right is grooming a young generation of virgins to embody an Evangelically-grounded Utopia in America.

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Welcome To The Machine
directed by
Avi Zev Weider
USA / 2012 / 85 minutes
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We're programmed to survive.

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Who Cares About Kelsey?
directed by
Dan Habib
USA / 2012 / 76 minutes
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Kelsey Carroll was a poster child for H.S. dropouts until she encountered an education revolution empowering our emotionally disabled teens.

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Words of Witness
directed by
Mai Iskander
USA, Egypt / 2012 / 71 minutes
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22-year-old journalist Heba Afify takes to the streets to report on an Egypt in turmoil, using tweets, texts and Facebook posts.

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