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    Sweaty Robot's Happy Thanksgiving

    Sweaty Robot's Happy Thanksgiving

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    Heeb Film Festival Redux.

    Heeb Film Festival Redux.

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    Revolutionary Road

    Revolutionary Road

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    REVIEW | Dream On: Tom Gustafson's "Were the World Mine"

    The least one could ask of a wish-fulfillment fantasy film is a little buoyancy and breeziness. Yet for all its good-natured intentions, Tom Gustafson's "Were the World Mine," in which a put-upon small-town gay teen converts his hopelessly straight town (including his corn-fed jock crush) to the pin...

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    AWARDS WATCH '08 | Academy Shortlists 15 for Best Doc Race

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have named 15 films that made the short-list in the Documentary Feature category for the 81st Academy Awards, whittling the number down from a record 94 that had originally qualified. Documentary Branch members will now select the five nominees from am...

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    Sita Sings the Blues at MoMA!

    Sita Sings the Blues at MoMA!

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    Quantum of Solace

    Quantum of Solace

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    YEAST Wins in St. Louis

    YEAST Wins in St. Louis

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Sunday

    Sunday

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    indieWIRE | The End of Cancer? Director Steve Kroschel Speaks of "The Beautiful Truth"

    Steve Kroschel's "The Beautiful Truth" follows the story of 15-year old Garrett. After the unexpected and tragic death of his mother, Garret, who is an animal-loving teenager, spirals downward and fast. His father withdraws Garrett to be home-schooled to avoid flunking out. Growing up on an Alaskan ...

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