Documentaries (Worldwide):

A CLASSY BROAD

Directed by: Anne Goursaud

A CLASSY BROAD

A CLASSY BROAD follows the life and work of a Hollywood trailblazer, legendary executive and producer, Marcia Nasatir. From her origins in San Antonio, Texas where she fell in love with movies and storytelling, to her present-day life in Los Angeles, Marcia’s life-story is fueled by reservoirs of feminism and Hollywood palace intrigue.

Runtime: 1:35:00

Screening: Sunday, Oct. 1st

Time: 1:00PM

Theatre: ACC Theatre

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Arrested (Again)

Directed by: Dan Goldes

Arrested (Again)

Activist Karen Topakian has been arrested dozens of times for using nonviolent civil disobedience to protest nuclear proliferation, human rights abuses, environmental issues, and war. In turn lighthearted and moving, Karen’s story speaks to the need for Americans, now more than ever, to exercise this important First Amendment right.

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Runtime: 0:05:00

Screening: Saturday, Sept. 30th

Time: 11:00AM

Theatre: ACC Theatre

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Black and Blue

Directed by: Dylan Avery

Black and Blue

A DJ beaten by off-duty DEA agents, a man arrested for filming a police officer, and the families of several victims of police brutality fight for justice as an ex-LAPD officer finds redemption on the streets of Ferguson and Baltimore.

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Runtime: 1:50:00

Screening: Friday, Sept. 29th

Time: 12:30PM

Theatre: The Overlook

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Behind the Scenes: THE BLACK GHIANDOLA

Edited by: Mike Santoro & Dave Edison

Behind the Scenes: THE BLACK GHIANDOLA

Take a behind the scenes look at the Make a Film Foundation’s THE BLACK GHIANDOLA. A project completed in five days over two weeks with an exceptional cast and crew, this film was truly a wish come true for Anthony Conti.

Runtime: 0:37:00

Screening: Thursday, Sept. 28

Time: 8:00PM

Theatre: ACC Theatre

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CAB ELVIS

Directed by: Andrew Franks

CAB ELVIS

Dave Groh, a cab driver who dresses like Elvis, finds himself not only in a battle with the city of Seattle but also the dark side of Elvis.

Runtime: 0:11:00

Screening: Saturday, Sept. 30

Time: 10:30AM

Theatre: The Overlook

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SEARCHDOG

Directed by: Mary Healey Jamiel

SEARCHDOG

SEARCHDOG is the story of Matthew Zarrella, a Rhode Island State Police Sergeant who rehabilitates “un-adoptable” shelter dogs and transforms them into Search & Rescue/Recovery Dogs. We come to know Matthew and his dogs and witness extraordinary moments over four years of real time searches as he trains his students and their new canine partners to find missing persons.

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Runtime: 1:28:00

Screening: Saturday, Sept. 30th

Time: 11:00AM

Theatre: ACC Theatre

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Seeing Is Believing: Women Direct

Directed by: Cady McClain

Seeing Is Believing: Women Direct

“Let me tell you a story.” Three female filmmakers share their journey into the process of becoming a director and how they overcome obstacles to pursue their passion.

Runtime: 0:29:00

Screening: Sunday, Oct 1st.

Time: 1:00PM

Theatre: ACC Theatre

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The Boatmaker

Directed by: Casey McGarry

The Boatmaker

With the dream of sailing around the world, architect Ken Minor spent 25 years building a wooden sailboat by hand in a barn next to his house in a California canyon.

Runtime: 0:38:00

Screening: Thursday, Sept. 28th

Time: 8:00PM

Theatre: ACC Theatre

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Twilight Dancers

Directed by: Paola Marino & Theola Ross

Twilight Dancers

Due to a colonial history, Indigenous youth from a small remote reservation use square dancing to heal the trauma from the recent suicide epidemic that hit their community.

Runtime: 0:17:00

Screening: Thursday, Sept. 28th

Time: 8:00PM

Theatre: ACC Theatre

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