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10 Summers

Two weeks, ten summers and a lifetime of discovery.

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The 15th Stone

When a struggling Cleveland musician receives disturbing emails from his former best friend, he decides to find his old pal.

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1982

Semi-autobiographical and inspired by true events, this film tells the story of a black father whose wife succumbs to a crack cocaine addiction and his efforts to shield his young daughter from the ill effects of having a drug-addicted mother.

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1991

Running away from arms traffickers, a group of girls get lost deep in the southern Ethiopian wilderness until they encounter an unknown tribe. When riches are accidentally found in the remote region, the girls must choose between fulfilling their dreams or rescuing the tribe that once saved them.

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3 Still Standing

Three stand-up comedians stepped into San Francisco's amazing comedy scene in the 80s and quickly became headliners. Will Durst, Larry "Bubbles" Brown and Johnny Steele were recognized all over town. They performed with Dana Carvey, Paula Poundstone, Rob Schneider and Robin Williams. Today, all three are struggling to survive.

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39 1/2

39 1/2, a semi-autobiographical narrative feature, mixes drama laced with irony, documentary elements and animation as it follows a single female filmmaker approaching 40 who endeavors to have a child.

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47th & Partition Road

In this satirical comedy, a modern day gas station and its employees serve as a metaphorical microcosm of the events that led to the Partition of British India. Two gas station attendants are suddenly given the gas station by their employer. Not able to come to a compromise on profit sharing, they split the gas station into two jurisdictions which fuels their animosity and distrust of each other.

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5 Blocks

All over North America, city centers are decaying. In San Francisco, an unusual coalition of artists, city officials, property owners and residents is working together to reverse a 40 year decline on central Market Street through the convergence of arts and technology, while working to preserve the culture of the neighborhood.

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504

In 1977, San Francisco a fraternity brother, recently disabled and in denial, is trapped at a disability rights sit-in where he falls in love.

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95 Lives

Millions know her images, but few know her name. Before street photographers took New York by storm, there was Helen Levitt (1913-2009).

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