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What if, like me…

What if, like me… you have your routine? Day in, day out. Nothing changes. And then you see her—wow! She steals your heart. But you are useless with women and someone comes along and steals your thunder. So, what if you find an extraordinary way to change all that? This film contains some alcohol content.

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Walk Tall

“No sponsorship, one kidney, tuberculosis, a broken back… All set for the London Olympics, 1948.” George Weedon’s glory days as a 1948 Olympic gymnast come to life as filmmaker Kate Sullivan balances her animation with live action documentary to tell his story and explore the passions that he still holds today.

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Tumbleweed!

The true and historically accurate tale of one tumbleweed that did not tumble.

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Tom Sadly

Tom Sadly grew up believing that everything he touched turned sad; he even used a glove all his life to shelter him and the world from this unwanted power. Now he meets Bella and his touch is desired more than ever. The only way to make her happy is taking the chance of making her…

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Stronger

A talented violinist is struggling to overcome bullying in high school, and hope seems gone when his violin is smashed. His world is in shambles. But when he goes on a soul searching walk and attends an underground showcase for a string trio, he is inspired to prove that no one will prevent him from…

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The Story About Rosa

Five children reveal what it is like to live with a foster family, while trying to cope with the feeling of being let down by their own parents. Together with an artist and a young woman, the children create an animated film about Rosa, a girl who leaves her family just as they did, and…

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Stories and Legends: Historic Preservation in Muncie, Indiana

Through folklore and history, this film investigates the importance and necessity of historical preservation efforts in Muncie, Indiana. Four fascinating locations are explored with cultural, historical and technical stories provided by local experts, highlighting the rich history of this quintessential Midwest town.

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The Station Master

It is 1950s England, and a lonely, dysfunctional station master lives in the middle of nowhere. Unexpectedly, a woman exits one of the steam trains and must wait a whole day for the next train to arrive. During the night they spend together, she opens his eyes to a life he never believed he could…

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Speakeasy Supper-Club

Created by chef Zach Meloy and his wife Cristina, PushStart Kitchen is a private supper club that is quickly becoming a food phenomenon in the Atlanta area. Serving one table of ten people a night, two nights a week, the couple creates a dining experience that is not only inspired, but exquisite.

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Spaghetti for Two

A likeable but lonesome man is on his way to lunch. Awaiting him, the outside world lurks menacingly: in his imagination it swarms with would-be crooks, hussies and criminals. What should have been a routine stroll develops into a dark odyssey, triggering a troubled conflict against himself and against the world. Will the underdog prove…

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Skyborn

Johann Olav Koss could have cashed in on his four Olympic gold medals, but Koss embarked on a remarkable journey that has established him as one of the world’s greatest ambassadors of sports. As the founder, President and CEO of Right To Play, Koss and his army of volunteers, teachers and coaches have used the…

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Right To Play

Johann Olav Koss could have cashed in on his four Olympic gold medals, but Koss embarked on a remarkable journey that has established him as one of the world’s greatest ambassadors of sports. As the founder, President and CEO of Right To Play, Koss and his army of volunteers, teachers and coaches have used the…

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Restoring Sight in Bangladesh

Tatiana McCabe’s mixed media video uses documentary footage, motion graphics and stop motion animation to explore the issue of cataract blindness in Bangladesh. Through this film viewers are educated about what cataracts are, why they are so problematic in developing countries and highlight the steps, which if taken, can help eradicate cataract blindness in the…

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Picture. Perfect.

Seventeen-year-old Russell Clayton has always loved photography. When he is given the chance to enter into a school competition to win some prize money for his sister Maggie, he takes the opportunity. Faced with a lack of food and a grim living situation, the two siblings come up with a shot list that ensures their…

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Past Their Prime

The Columbus Zoo staff welcomed Colo on December 22, 1956. She was a household name, appearing in local papers as well as national publications that all announced the first gorilla born into captivity. Since reclaiming the title of “oldest living gorilla in captivity,” Colo’s staff look forward to celebrating her 55th birthday complete with presents,…

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