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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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The Babushkas of Chernobyl

The Babushkas of Chernobyl is the story of an extraordinary group of women who live in Chernobyl's post-nuclear disaster "Dead Zone."

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The Big Flip

A documentary that explores the triumphs and struggles of families where the wife wins the bread and the husband mans the home.

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The Campaign

The Campaign follows the people behind California's historic No-on-8 campaign to defend same-sex marriage through exclusive behind the scenes footage, interwoven with the national history of same-sex relationship recognition since the 1950s.

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The Canopy

A renowned entrepreneur and a female “fixer” travel to the Borneo rainforest in search of an eminent climate scientist who has mysteriously disappeared.

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The Cherokee Word For Water

A single mother moves back to Oklahoma from Oakland to raise her two daughters in her Cherokee childhood home. Deplorable conditions are driving families apart, and she resolves to find a way to help her tribe stay intact by spearheading a project to provide running water to the community.

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The Dawn Will Break

Sister Luise Radlmeier learned to face the heinous realities of a genocidal war as a young child during the Holocaust. She went on to save over a thousand Southern Sudanese orphans, many of whom were young girls, from a similar war some forty years later.

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The Disposable Film Festival

Selected by MovieMaker Magazine as one the world’s “coolest film festivals,” the Disposable Film Festival was created in 2007 to support and celebrate the democratization of cinema made possible by new, inexpensive video technology.

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The Fixer

An Afghan journalist is exiled from his war-torn country to a small bohemian community in Northern California. When he attempts to turn his menial job on the local police blotter into "Afghan-style" coverage of local crime, he gets drawn into the backwoods of this small town—a shadow Northern California where sex is casual, true friendship is hard to come by and an unfamiliar form of violence burbles up all around him.

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The Gut

Set in the tough, heroin-battered city of Rutland, Vermont and following a small ensemble of intersecting characters over two years, The Gut explores what will change - for everyone - when small-town America meets the Syrian civil war.

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