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The Saragossa Manuscript

Wojciech Has | Poland | 1965 | 182 min

Adapted from a baroque novel by Jan Potocki, the beautiful black and white film incorporates flashbacks, interlocking stories-within-stories, and genres varying from gothic to historical to erotic. A must see on the big screen!

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Microcinema - Gooski's

Scumco and Sons Presents

Scumco will present an evening of skateboard documentaries and early skateboard shorts including the Canadian cult film, “The Devil’s Toy” from 1966.

At Gooski's (21 & over show)

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With Director

Shipbreakers

Ralph Vituccio, Paul Goodman, Tom Clancey | India/USA | 2014 | 58 min

Documentary on an industrial port in India, where laborers of different regions, dialects and religions come together to work and dwell amongst chaotic conditions – all in the name of making a living.

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Microcinema - Melwood Screening Room

Sight Unseen

Based in Baltimore, this cross-section of artists is a nomadic entity showcasing avant-garde film, video and expanded cinema.

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Closing Night Event - with Alloy Orchestra

The Son of the Sheik

George Fitzmaurice | USA | 1926 | 68 min

A story of kidnapping, romance, ransom and revenge, it is Valentino's last screen performance and considered his finest. Features a live performance of a new score from Alloy Orchestra.

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A Spell To Ward Off the Darkness

Ben Rivers, Ben Russell | Estonia/France | 2013 | 98 min

From pagan re-enactors to failed communes, black metal festivals to Arctic hermits, and the forever Golden Hour to the Northern Lights, this experimental documentary is an inquiry into the possibilities of a spiritual existence within an increasingly secular Western culture.

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Spirited Away

Hayao Miyazaki | Japan | 2001 | 125 min

This enchanting masterpiece follows a ten-year-old girl who discovers a secret world when she and her family get lost and venture through a tunnel.

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Spring

Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead | USA | 2014 | 109 min

This genre-defying indie is an expertly crafted supernatural romance with both heart and edge, from the same filmmaking team that made the horror gem, “Resolution.”

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Steeltown Winner: Franksgiving

Steeltown Film Factory Event

Steeltown’s 6th annual Film Factory event is an evening to celebrate independent filmmaking in Southwestern Pennsylvania and will feature, “Franksgiving,” the Ellen Weiss Kander Award winner of the 2014 Film Factory Competition.

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Still Life

Uberto Pasolini | UK | 2013 | 92 min

The long-awaited new film from the producer of “The Full Monty,” this beautifully observed drama is about an optimistic, selfless man who finds joy in helping everyone but himself.

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Stop the Pounding Heart

Robert Minervini | USA | 2014 | 101 min

Set in rural Texas, it's an investigation into the inner life of a teenage girl — the state of her soul – as she falls for a boy from a vastly different background.

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The Strange Little Cat

Ramon Zurcher | Germany | 2013 | 72 min

Putting the absurdities of daily life on display, this film assembles seemingly unspectacular details and snippets into an exciting choreography of everyday life.

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Stray Dogs

Ming-liang Tsai | Taiwan/France | 2013 | 138 min

This existentialist study of human endurance won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2013 Venice Film Festival.

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Supernova

Tamar van den Dop | Netherlands | 2014 | 90 min

This much-talked-about indie from the Berlin Film Festival is a spot-on portrait of restless adolescence.

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