Thursday, March 23, 2017

A Series of Shorts, Saluting Tiny Heroes

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Film Club
A Trio of Shorts at Light Industry Salute Tiny Heroes  

A Trio of Shorts at Light Industry Salute Tiny Heroes

By Melissa Anderson

The most rule-bound and surveilled members in any population, children are also society's greatest anarchists.
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REVIEWS
Maggie Siff Moves from TV to Film in A Woman, a Part, About Leaving Television for the Theater Maggie Siff Moves from TV to Film in "A Woman, a Part," About Leaving Television for the Theater
By Kristen Yoonsoo Kim

Siff steps into a lead role as Anna, a woman on the verge of breaking her TV contract.
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FIND ANY FILM DVD AND TICKET GIVEAWAYS
Maggie Siff Moves from TV to Film in A Woman, a Part, About Leaving Television for the Theater Dig Two Graves' Muted Backwoods Horror Is Familiar, but Its Heroine Is a Star
By Abbey Bender

'Dig Two Graves' offers subtle, backwoods gothic scares
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Maggie Siff Moves from TV to Film in A Woman, a Part, About Leaving Television for the Theater Slo-Mo Drowning Thriller "The Dark Below" Proves Hard to Sink Into
By Kristen Yoonsoo Kim

Morbid curiosity might make one stick around for this 75-minute feature.
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TRAILERS
 
Beauty and the Beast
Beauty and the Beast
 
Dough
Dough
 
The Last Man on the Moon
The Last Man on the Moon
 
Who's Driving Doug
Who's Driving Doug
 
A Country Called Home
A Country Called Home
 
Eddie the Eagle
Eddie the Eagle
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