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A presentation of Sophocles’ Oedipus the king, photographed in the ancient Greek theatre of Amphiaraion, using tragic masks made after ancient models..

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The Andromeda Strain

A remote village in New Mexico is contaminated by a crashed satellite. Scientists fight the clock trying to analyze the lethal organism and discover a solution.

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The Slumber Party Massacre Collection

The collection contains: Slumber Party Massacre (A high school girl’s basketball team is stalked by an escaped mental patient with a portable drill) ; Slumber Party Massacre II (The killer returns this time as a physical manifestation of a young girl’s nightmares, slaying more teens in the guise of an evil rocker with a deadly guitar) ; Slumber Party Massacre III (A new group of teenagers decide to have a slumber party when an unknown killer attacks).

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Rear Window

As a photographer with a broken leg, Stewart takes up the fine art of spying on his Greenwich Village neighbors during a summer heat wave. But things really begin to get hot for Stewart, Kelly and the unassuming audience when he suspects neighbor Raymond Burr of murdering his invalid wife and burying the body in a flower garden.

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Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

When the daughter of well-to-do liberal parents plans to marry a black doctor, both families must sit down face to face and examine each other’s level of intolerance.

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Sleepy Hollow

Eccentric investigator Ichabod Crane, is sent to the small New York town of Sleepy Hollow to investigate the decapitations of 3 people, supposedly committed by a headless ghost.

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My So-Called Enemy

Spanning seven years, this film follows six girls who participated in the Building Bridges for Peace camp in New York City for seven years following their experience of meeting “the enemy” in July 2002.

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Still Doing It

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Explores the lives of nine older women, aged 67-87, and their feelings about themselves, sex, and love in later life and the realities of aging.

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Excluded: Nowhere to Go

Follows a gay couple –Tony, an American, and Thomas, a German — over the course of sixteen years as they battle to stay together and live legally as a couple..

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Children In No Man’s Land

People who immigrate to the U.S. do so because they are looking for a better quality of life–risking their own lives, paying any price to survive–even if this means leaving behind their loved ones. Each year there are an estimated 100,000 unaccompanied minors entering the United States, crossing the US/Mexico border alone to reunite with their mothers. These children’s journeys illustrate a problem–presented by the mass media as a security crisis–which is really a question about how social policy, the legal system, and economic pressures conspire against men, women, and children trying to create a life with greater opportunities. A strong tool to help people desirous of finding peaceful and fair solutions to the “problem” of undocumented immigration, this film captures a piece of American history as it unfolds amidst misconceptions, confusion, and ultimately, transition.

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