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SHOWING RESULTS | FILMS FROM THE FESTIVAL YEAR 2004
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In the 1940s, carnival promoters looking to boost attendance lured strapping teenage girls from logging camps and farms to join their traveling wrestling shows. Sixty years later, the first ladies of wrestling are still speaking out and kicking butt. This engaging documentary uses interviews, archival footage of classic matches, and B-movie clips to re-create a fabulous, forgotten world. | Read More
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LOOKING FOR KITTY

  • Release Year: 2004
  • Runtime: 105 minutes
  • Country: USA
A high school baseball coach (David Krumholtz) and a down-on-his-luck private investigator (Burns) form a bond as they scour New York City for the coach's wife, who's run away with a second-rate rock star. As in Burns' previous films, the city itself becomes a character as the two men confront their fear of change and the familiar habit of loneliness. | Read More
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LOVE COLLAGE

  • Release Year: 2003
  • Runtime: 112 minutes
  • Country: Japan
We've all experienced the intensity of first love. In this bittersweet romantic tale, set against the backdrops of New York and Tokyo, Tsutsumi presents a unique visual rendition of that once-in-a-lifetime experience by deftly switching back and forth among several formats: 16mm, 8mm, video, still images, Polaroids, digital photos, black & white, and color. | Read More
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MAGNIFICO

  • Release Year: 2003
  • Runtime: 123 minutes
  • Country: Philippines
In this heartwarming family tale, a young boy's selfless gestures transform his family's many miseries into joy and acceptance. Jiro Manio is a revelation in the title role, while Michiko Yamamoto's perceptive script, Flores' fluid camerwork, and de los Reyes' intelligent direction manage to sustain an air of magical enchantment without descending into bathos. | Read More
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MAKING THE SALE

  • Runtime: 90 minutes
Oftentimes, films are propelled toward success, not just by talented filmmakers, but also by the sharp eye and savvy skills of the sales agent. Join us for a discussion with the power brokers who guide filmmakers in their feature's development, financing, and sale. Moderator: Eugene Hernandez (indieWire) Panelists: Glen Basner (Focus Features), John Sloss, (Cinetic Media), Sara Rose (United Artists), Bart Walker (CAA), Paul Federbush (Warner Independent Pictures) | Read More
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MIDSIZE

  • Runtime: 90 minutes
Under the banner of their specialty divisions, major studios are now able to have their cake and eat it too by making films that also satisfy the bottom line. Not too big, not too small, but just the right…midsize. Moderator: Charles Taylor Panelist(s): Tom Bernard (Sony Pictures Classics), Bob Berney (Newmarket Films), Keri Putnam (HBO Films), Ruth Vitale (Paramount Classics) | Read More
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Today's Hollywood blockbusters are geared more toward a global audience. That means fewer scripts that represent who Americans really are and more green ogres and action heroes. Is the classic American export, the classic American movie a thing of the past? Moderator: Lynn Hirschberg (New York Times) Panelists: Tom Shone (How Hollywood to Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Summer.) | Read More
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MIX

  • Release Year: 2004
  • Runtime: 56 minutes
  • Country: South Africa
Freedom in South Africa after 1994 means the freedom for Tumelo and Dominique, two female hip-hop DJs, to express themselves in ways that genuinely baffle their parents. Communication breakdowns between parents and children, young and old, strikingly represent the clash between attaining personal freedom and satisfying family obligations. Screens with Nabantwa Bam. | Read More
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