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Following Seas
Sat, Mar 25 5:15 PM (94 min)

Bob Griffith sailed into Honolulu Harbor in 1960 and met fellow iconoclast Nancy Hirsch. From that moment they were wedded to the sea. Steering their 53-foot cutter Awahnee to places no small boat had been before, they spent decades navigating the relentless pull of family and adventure. Combining recent interviews with exquisitely textured archival 16-millimeter film - shot by Nancy, on location from Antarctica to Polynesia, in the 1960s and 1970s - Following Seas is not only a story of world records and sailing feats, but of a family who truly lived a self-determined life and made the sacrifices their dream demanded.

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Sun, Mar 26 2:15 PM (103 min)

Furusato reveals the unusual relationship between a landscape and its inhabitants.

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A love tale between a clown about to retire and a young secretary that leaves Liverpool to become an actress in Italy. On the road, she meets a human cannonball man and decides to stay at a circus, considering that staying on an travelling circus is somehow contradictory.
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Socrates of Kamchatka
Wed, Mar 22 7:30 PM (70 min)
Socrates of Kamchatka blends documentary and fiction to tell a story about Anfisa, and her horse - Socrates, who was murdered in 2012 to punish Anfisa for her economic success. The film is a tale about the 'breaking' of horses and people by caring Communist masters.
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