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MISSING
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Mon 5/20
5:45pm

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MONEY
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Mon 5/20
7:45pm


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Missing Allen

Directed by Christian Bauer
90min
, Germany

When Chicago-based filmmaker Allen Ross mysteriously disappeared in 1995, his friend and collaborator, Christian Bauer, watched the case gestate in the police's "missing persons" files for over four years before embarking on his investigative documentary to try to unearth the truth. The result is a film of astonishing clarity and purpose, stately and raw with emotions rarely experienced or revealed. Interviews with family and friends lead us down a shocking and frightful path into the heart of America, exposing a dark world of extremist religious cults. A rare love story told with profound sensitivity, Missing Allen is a masterpiece of conception and execution from its unnerving premise to its heartbreaking conclusion. (Henry S. Rosenthal)



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Money for Nothing

Directed by Sut Jhally 49min, Canada

MONEY FOR NOTHING provides a brief introduction to and a biting critical assessment of the music industry. Narrated by Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth. Musicians Chuck D, Michael Franti, Ani Difranco, Kathleen Hanna and other industry insiders discuss how musical and artistic expression are being severely hampered by a new world order in which a handful of media conglomerates control the global music industry.

with Frump: Moms Just Gotta Make Noise
World Premiere

Directed by
Brad Vanderburg

20min

Frump is an all-mom punk band from Dallas, Texas who challenge the soccer mom stereotype.

and neighborhoodfilms 1,2 & 3

Directed by
Daniel Robin
10 min

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