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The TerrorDIR. ROGER CORMAN | 1963 | 79 minBoris Karloff and Jack Nicholson star in this story set in early 1800s France and centering around a Lieutenant in Napolean's army who after becoming separated from his unit gets truly lost following a mysterious woman (Sandra Knight), winding up in a curious castle with its own peculiar occurrences and characters.
8:30-9 am
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PASSION FOR FASHION - HAUTE COUTUREDIR. LYNDY SAVILLE | 2013 | 30 minA fast-paced tip of the hat to the fine art of fashion, the high standards and image the houses and talent must consistently maintain, and project.
9-11 am
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EARTH FROM ABOVE: SIX BILLION MEN TO FEEDYann Arthus-Bertrand invites us on a journey to France and around the world to meet farmers who fight against the downward spiral of modern agriculture and productivism (like GMO and pesticides), and to show us that if we, as consumers, modify our food behavior, we can effect change - in the name of our health and of sustainable development.
11 am-12:50 pm
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OtleyDIR. DICK CLEMENT | 1968 | 91 minA British spy film starring Tom Courtenay as an engaging vagabond who wakes up from a night of drinking to discover he's a suspect in a murder, and when scurrying to clear his name gets caught up in a dicey cat-and-mouse game - with both top-level government agents and criminals - and seemingly no way out.
12:50-1 pm
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Lovers GameA short fashion movie.
1-2 pm
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Buster Keaton (Stars of the Silver Screen)DIR. LYNDY SAVILLE | 2015 | 60 minOne of the most universally revered talents in early motion picture history, actor/director/producer/stuntman/writer Keaton came from a vaudeville family and got his start, at the age of 3, in their shows. And 19 years later he was in his 1st short movie, with 'Fatty Arbuckle.' Then in 1920 he began down the road to becoming a full-blown filmmaker, and ultimately a silent era physical comedy master, and pioneer in so many other ways, with movies including 'Our Hospitality,' 'Seven Chances,' 'Sherlock Jr,' 'Steamboat Bill, Jr,' 'The Cameraman,' 'The General,' and 'The Navigator.'
2-2:30 pm
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2016 International Fashion Film Award's Arrival SpecialThe Red Carpet for Cinémoi's Fall 2016 gala.
2:30-4 pm
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2016 CineFashion Film AwardsYour front row seat for the CineFashion Film Awards, the annual gala held at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills that marries the magic of filmmaking and the art of haute couture, as it recognizes top fashion shorts from around the world during the previous year, and the teams behind them, as well as emerging designers and iconic talent.
4-6:20 pm
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GloriaDIR. JOHN CASSAVETES | 1980 | 123 minIn a movie that was the co-recipient of the Golden Lion award at the 1980 Venice Film Festival Gena Rowlands, in the lead role, plays a tough cookie former lover of a big-time gangster who unwittingly becomes the guardian of a young boy whose family is murdered by the mob, which is soon hot on the trail of both of them.
6:20-6:30 pm
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Queen BrushandsA short fashion movie.
6:30-7 pm
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The ZooDIR. SHANE BRENNAN | 2011 | 30 minA peek inside the fascinating day-to-day experiences of the team behind Ireland's biggest family attraction, the 184-year-old Dublin Zoo...There are always new animals, new stories, new drama.
7-8 pm
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EARTH FROM ABOVE: Men and Animals (South Africa)How much space do human beings leave to wild animals? To answer this question Yann Arthus-Bertrand's team headed to South Africa, a model country for the protection of biodiversity. There, women and men manage to protect the wildlife on a daily basis - giving evidence that cohabitation is indeed possible.
8-9:30 pm
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The JugglerDIR. EDWARD DMYTRYK | 1953 | 84 minKirk Douglas portrays a world-class juggler and Jewish refugee, from a concentration camp where his wife and children were killed, who relocates to Israel with the hope for a fresh start. But instead, he finds himself facing a whole new set of challenges as the tragedy continues to haunt him.
9:30-10 pm
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STEVEN SPIELBERG 'MOVIE TALK' SPECIALDIR. LYNDY SAVILLE | 2016 | 30 minA flashback through the career of the director/producer/writer who has been entertaining and enlightening audiences for more than 40 years, with films in so many different worlds, from 'Jaws' to 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind,' 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' to 'Poltergeist,' 'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial' to the Indiana Jones franchise, 'The Color Purple' to 'Hook,' 'Jurassic Park' to 'Schindler's List,' 'Amistad' to 'Saving Private Ryan,' 'War of the Worlds' to 'Lincoln' and so many more.
10 pm-12 am
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Count Three and PrayDIR. GEORGE SHERMAN | 1955 | 102 minJoanne Woodward, playing feisty young orphan Lissy, makes her film debut co-starring with Van Heflin in this story about a Civil War veteran who decides to leave his drinking and womanizing ways behind, and become a pastor instead, at the church where Lissy's been resolutely living on her own.
12-2:10 am
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The OutlawDIR. HOWARD HUGHES | 1943 | 116 minJane Russell became an international sensation at 22 with her film debut in this western about Billy the Kid, Pat Garrett, Doc Holliday, and vixen Rio McDonald, which was the second, and final, movie Howard Hughes directed.
2:10-2:30 am
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ForceA short film centered around a celebrating nature experience.
2:30-3 am
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MARK WAHLBERG (MOVIE STARS)DIR. LYNDY SAVILLE | 2014 | 30 minHe first became known as Marky Mark in a 1990s band and has gone on to make a name for himself as an actor in numerous popular feature films, beginning with 'The Basketball Diaries,' and also including 'Boogie Nights,' 'Planet of the Apes,' 'The Departed,' 'The Perfect Storm,' 'Three Kings,' and 'Ted,' as well as an Executive Producer of various TV series and movies, including 'Boardwalk Empire,' 'Entourage,' 'In Treatment,' and the 'Wahlburgers.'
3-4 am
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Lee Marvin (Stars of the Silver Screen)DIR. LYNDY SAVILLE | 2015 | 60 minHe began his acting career after receiving a Purple Heart and a medical discharge from the Marines, first landing work on the stage, after being asked, when doing plumbing at a community theater, to fill in during rehearsal for an ill actor. He liked the experience, started studying the craft and corralling minor roles. Then went to Hollywood, getting his toes wet in movies, followed by a return to New York and 'Billy Budd' on Broadway. Soon film work for him began picking up, leading to the run that included 'Cat Ballou' (for which he won the Best Actor Oscar®), 'The Dirty Dozen,' and 'The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.'
4-7 am
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