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The 414s: The Original Teenage Hackers

THE 414s tells the story of the first widely recognized computer hackers, a group of Milwaukee teenagers who gained notoriety in 1983 when they broke into dozens of high-profile computer systems, including the Los Alamos National Laboratory, a classified nuclear weapons research facility.
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Abandoned Goods

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American Renaissance

Explore the fantastic world of Elizabethan England… in upstate, NY. American Renaissance is a rollicking journey to one of the largest renaissance faires in the US, and a portrait of the characters that return year after year.
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Balancing Act

Balancing Act tells the story of DeMarcello Funes, a 22-year-old emerging circus performer. But Funes is no ordinary clown: he teaches a forgotten history of African American performance and its ties to the circus arts.
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Believe

Few people are as passionate about their craft as Santa Cliff Snider. Believe is a peek into Santa Cliff's life and motivation for following his passion to an unlikely career. If you don't believe in Santa Claus already, Believe, will change your mind.
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Boxedora

One woman defies Fidel Castro’s ban on female boxing to follow her dreams of Olympic glory and become Cuba’s first female boxer.
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Broken Branches

A fourteen year old Jewish girl from Poland is sent by her family to Israel on the eve of the second World War.
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Brute Force

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Calls to Okies: The Park Grubbs Story

In the early 1980s, before the Jerky Boys brought prank phone calls to a mainstream audience, a group of Oklahoma teenagers were conducting strange backwoods experiments with their landline telephone. These underground prank calls gained infamy, and became known as Park Grubbs, garnering such fans as The Flaming Lips, Daniel Clowes (Ghostworld, Art School Confidential), and Peter Bagge (Hate). Directed by two Okie filmmakers, Bradley Beesley and Ben Steinbauer, and featuring interviews with both the pranksters and the pranked, the legendary Park Grubbs prank calls come to life in this one-of a-kind documentary.
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The Champion

A cinematic documentary about a former Iraqi boxing champion who overcame tremendous hardships in pursuit of his dream.
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The Columbarium

As the long-time caretaker of close to 80,000 cremated remains at the San Francisco Columbarium, Emmitt Watson, can't help but see life in the midst of death.
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Dolphin Lover

Dolphin Lover tells the story of Malcolm Brenner and his romantic and sexual love affair with a captive bottle-nosed Dolphin in a 1970's Florida amusement park.
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Dukha in Summer

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El Coyote

EL COYOTE is an animated documentary that tells the true a story of a human smuggler also know as a coyote. He describes his process and the mechanics of slipping between the Mexico and U.S. border. He shares the brief moments he’s has with the people he’s trying to cross over seeking for a better life.
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Finding Donut

Looking for your four-legged loved one? When your pet is lost, there’s one man to call. Pets go missing every day, but it's not every day that you meet someone like Valeriy -- the greatest (and only) pet detective in Russia. For 25 years, Valeriy has been searching the streets of Moscow for everything from cats and dogs to crocs and hedgehogs -- if it's a pet and it's lost, he'll find it (most of the time). Before turning his talents to the field of pet detection, Valeriy had been a police office in Moscow. With all this experience under his belt, being a pet detective is a job Valeriy not only takes very seriously, but one at which is he is incredibly talented.
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Framed Targets

Framed Targets, a new solo exhibition by artist Truong Tran, explores the plight of artists and other displaced communities in San Francisco as the city’s demographic changes with the rise of the technology industry and cost of living.
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HOPE Credit Union: A Bank With a Twist

How might we address income inequality, the civil rights issue of our time? What happens when you up-end all the negative stereotypes about banks and put them squarely in service of the community? When banks started disappearing in the Mississippi Delta, transforming low- and mid-income communities into 'bank deserts' where people couldn't get a loan or secure their savings, William Bynum turned despair into hope by founding a new sort of bank.
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Hotel 22

Each night in Silicon Valley, the Line 22 transforms from a public city bus into an unofficial shelter for the homeless in one of the richest parts of the world.
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