Saturday Theater 2

10:00am - 12:20pm
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An inspirational story about four sisters learning the value of sisterhood through the teachings and wisdom of their mother

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Less than 5% of California’s historical wetlands remain, but there is hope in the world’s most productive agricultural valley. Discover why tracking the movement of shorebirds could dramatically improve conditions for the entire pacific flyway. But capturing the necessary data is no easy task. Join scientists, conservation groups and farmers as they reveal a unique partnership that could have global implications for bird and wetland conservation.

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The feature documentary 80 YEARS LATER explores the racial inheritance of Japanese American family incarceration during World War II through multigenerational conversations with survivors and their descendants. In the 80th anniversary of Executive Order 9066 that imprisoned 120,000 Japanese Americans in World War II, families still grapple with the legacy of their experience. How does one inherit traumatic history across generations?

12:30pm - 2:50pm Animation Screening Block
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A film of a dance piece about addiction inspired by the song by Buffy St. Marie.

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Two dancers entangled—conversation to conflict to dissolution. / A hand-drawn animated film for which all the frames were drawn simultaneously by 100 people over the course of a 30-minute performance.

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The Last Coyote follows Don and other Western Singers and poets throughout the West to help preserve this unique genre of Cowboy music. Don Edward's music is a serenade to the soul of a different era with it's cowboys, longhorns, and understanding of the history and myth of our country.

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Music video for the Song "The Kiss I Didn't get last Night" by Carrington MacDuffie

3:00pm - 5:20pm
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Garbage People is an adult animated series created by Brit Tobin and executive produced by Jeff Eastin in partnership with Appian Way. The series follows a jaded plush bunny, Patches, and a savage banana peel (Peel) through their madcap adventures in the dumpster town of Trash.

Where do stolen items go? This film brings you on a journey from who and where stolen items could have gone.

Sara is getting ready to go on a date with her new boyfriend, but Jessica, Sara's pet goldfish, notices something not quite right about him.

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A group of Greek warriors try to pass through the walls of the great city of Troy, but meet their match in a clueless Trojan guardsman.

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Follow a soul into the afterlife and learn how isolation and letting go of family and friends can affect us all.

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A short film about existence and sentience. Satirical in tone, the film chronicles evolution and the development of the carnivore.

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A man has a secret job taking care of creatures like Bigfoot, The Loch Ness Monster, and The Abominable Snowman.

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Owen, Toby, and special guest Maddie, three out of work animation industry professionals, decide to watch a movie they've never heard of and go get an oil change at Valvoline (while making sure that you know that this cartoon is definitely NOT sponsored by Valvoline).

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Made entirely by one 16 year old, this Looney-Tunes-style 3D animation is about the great classical composer, Ludwig Van Beethoven, who has to fight a crazy bird for the copyright to his 5th Symphony.

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A lonely mid 20's man goes out to his balcony at night and has a brief connection with someone across the way.

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An ambitious teen develops special soil samples that makes plants grow rapidly in attempts to help her tree depleted neighborhood and younger brother's severe asthma. With the aid of a zany classmate, she gains unwanted attention from the Department of Agriculture who offer a boost in her botany research but also raises questions about their motives.

5:30pm - 7:50pm Zonta Hosted Screening
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Based on true-life events, this English-spoken Drama Film boldly challenges dangerously prevalent and outdated ideas surrounding Female Genital Mutilation/FGM. The story of brave Ria, an FGM survivor who tries to find strength through the impossible.

8:30pm - 10:50pm
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Forest Sun stars in this light hearted interpretation of his song lyrics filmed in Yellow Springs, Ohio.

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Dancers Lino and Dante are struck by tragedy and the supernatural.

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Aaron wrestles with his memories of his abusive father and
struggles to let go of his traumatic past.

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Dr. Samuel Bora is the only ophthalmologist for over 3 million people living in rural Ethiopia. His mission: end all preventable blindness in the country.