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2012 Atlanta Film Festival

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The Booker

$19.95 | 96 minutes

One man's quest to save the art of Pro Wrestling, one match at a time&hellip…

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2010 Atlanta Film Festival

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The Eyes Of Me

$19.95 | 72 minutes

The Eyes of Me presents an extraordinary look at four blind teenagers. The parallel stories of two freshmen and two seniors unfold over the course of one dynamic year at the Texas School for the Blind in Austin. Distilled from over 250 hours of footage, this experiential documentary captures a textured portrait of its characters' lives&hellip…

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Cropsey - ON DEMAND

$99.99 | 84 minutes

Joshua Zeman and Barbara Brancaccio have returned to Staten Island to create Cropsey, a feature documentary that delves into the mystery behind Jennifer and four additional missing children. The film also investigates Andre Rand, the real-life boogeyman linked to their disappearances&hellip…

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2009 Atlanta Film Festival

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Buster

$9.95 | 73 minutes

Buster's the story of a guy that anyone in his right mind would run away from. Or should run away from, since Buster spends all his spare time provoking strangers into fights, then refusing to defend himself as they pummel him 'til they grow bored. He's also a grifter, sucking his brother dry, and a cancer, sabotaging his brother's relationship&hellip…

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Where You From

$24.95 | 76 minutes

A surprising journey into rural American hip-hop, Where You From follows a beat far from the urban streets where the music was born. With dense redwood forests, rocky mountain vistas, and the dramatic rhythms of hip-hop as a backdrop, Where You From enters the lives of three extraordinary individuals as it chronicles&hellip&hellip…

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2008 Atlanta Film Festival

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The Axe in the Attic

$24.95 | 110 minutes

The Axe in the Attic focuses on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, two filmmakers, drawn together by outrage, take a sixty-day roadtrip from New England to New Orleans. Along the way they meet evacuees and witness the loss, dignity, perseverance and humor of people who have become exiles in their own country. The breakdown of trust between&hellip…

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The Ladies

$9.95 | 13 minutes

When Vali and Mimi closed their couture shop on Lexington Avenue they kepy a dozen of their best clients, moved the business into the spare bedroom, and moved Mimi to the pull-out couch. Still sewing forty hours a week, the 87 and 93 year old sisters reflect on the dying of a craft, the important of family, and the persistence of the&hellip&hellip…

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My Effortless Brilliance

$21.95 | 79 minutes

Improvisation lends authenticity to this indie comedy from director Lynn Shelton. Harvey Danger frontman Sean Nelson stars as Eric Lambert Jones, a writer who has become so wrapped up in his own success that he has neglected his longtime friendship with Dylan. To make amends, the citified novelist travels to Washington state to visit&hellip…

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2006 Atlanta Film Festival

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The Milky Way - A Short Film by Sean Bloch

$12.95 | 14 minutes

Seemingly alone in his father's sleek Manhattan apartment, motherless Oliver is woken by the sounds of sex, and quickly finds that his father has brought home a young woman. Oliver then embarks on a mission to seduce her - into becoming his mother. . &hellip&hellip…

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War and Truth

$17.95 | 74 minutes

With a wealth of never-before-seen images, WAR AND TRUTH examines the predicament of embedded journalists, from World War II to the second Gulf War. Staking their lives on their work, and just as often having it censored from public view, this politically charged documentary explores the dilemmas and determination of these courageous&hellip…

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How I Learned to Speak Turkish

$7.95 | 19 minutes

Best Short Documentary

Last summer, filmmaker Therese Shechter headed to Turkey for a much-needed vacation. She also planned to interview young Turkish women for a documentary on feminism. Instead, she became fascinated with the men. And they were fascinated with her. HOW I LEARNED TO SPEAK TURKISH chronicles one woman's obsession&hellip…

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2005 Atlanta Film Festival

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S.P.I.C.

$12.95 | 27 minutes

Robert Castillo wrote and directed this award winning documentary short, S.P.I.C.: The Storyboard of My Life. He uses his skills as a storyboard artist to narrate hilarious tales of growing up as a Special Person in Chelsea. Director's Statement: Drawing has been a vital part of my life since I could remember; it's something I have&hellip&hellip…

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2004 Atlanta Film Festival

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Evergreen

$19.95 | 86 minutes

Fourteen year old Henrietta, Henri for short, longs for everything she doesn't have. Looking down a road that turns bad instead of right, Henri and her mother Kate are forced to move in with her grandmother in a leaking shack on the edge of town. Henri is hell bent on finding a way out. At the same time, Henri meets a boy at school, Chat&hellip…

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S.P.I.C.

$12.95 | 27 minutes

Jury Award - Best Animated Short

Robert Castillo wrote and directed this award winning documentary short, S.P.I.C.: The Storyboard of My Life. He uses his skills as a storyboard artist to narrate hilarious tales of growing up as a Special Person in Chelsea. Director's Statement: Drawing has been a vital part of my life since I&hellip…

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2003 Atlanta Film Festival

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The Same River Twice

$21.95 | 78 minutes

In THE SAME RIVER TWICE, director/writer/producer Robb Moss tells a true story that takes place across two separate decades: the 1970s, when Moss and a group of long-haired, free-spirited friends spent a summer rafting and camping along the Colorado River; and the 2000s, when he revisits the friends who have come through the other side&hellip&hellip…

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2002 Atlanta Film Festival

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See How They Run

$15.95 | 60 minutes

Four years prior to California's 2003 gubernatorial recall, the Golden State played host to another raucous political race that captured the public imagination. In San Francisco's 1999 mayoral runoff, incumbent Mayor Willie Brown faced opposition from 12 different candidates in his second-term reelection bid--but none more daunting than&hellip&hellip…

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Skins

$7.95 | 87 minutes

SKINS, based on the novel by Adrian C. Louis, is the impressive second feature of Native American director Chris Eyre (SMOKE SIGNALS). Filmed on location at the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota reservation in South Dakota, SKINS tells the story of Rudy (Eric Schweig), a policeman, and his older brother Mogie (Graham Greene of THE GREEN MILE)&hellip&hellip…

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2001 Atlanta Film Festival

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Virgil Bliss

$17.95 | 94 minutes

Jury Award, Best Narrative Feature

After serving twelve years in prison, an ex convict tries to start a "normal life" while on parole. Virgil Bliss (Clint Jordan) decides to find a good job, get married, and start a family. The only problem is that he's living in a halfway house and doesn't know any women. His roommate Manny Alvarez&hellip…

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The Films of Annie Howell: Compilation

$14.95 | 51 minutes

Filmmaker Annie Howell has proven herself a singular cinematic talent, who has won awards for both her documentaries and narratives. This collection shows her vision and diversity, starting with THE FAILURE OF PAMELA SALT, a hilarious and moving story about a 29 year old medical school reject and her 11 year-old prodigy neighbor, who&hellip&hellip…

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