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The Dog Doc

Sunday, September 22 at 11:00 am

As a pioneer of integrative medicine, veterinarian Dr. Marty Goldstein has been called everything from “maverick” to “miracle-worker.” Attracting four-legged patients from around the world, Dr. Goldstein’s practice, Smith Ridge Veterinary Center, provides holistic treatment for animals after other vets have given up hope.

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Martha: A Picture Story

Sunday, September at 1:00 pm

In the 1970’s, as the boroughs of New York City burned, Martha Cooper worked as a photographer for the New York Post, seeking images of creativity and play where others saw crime and poverty. As a result, she captured some of the first images of New York graffiti, at a time when the city had declared war on this new culture.

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A Rose From My Garden

Saturday, September 15 at 11:00 am Screens in New Nonfiction Shorts program In 2017, mysterious stone figures began to appear, along the banks of the Hudson River in Upper Manhattan. Director: Deborah Peretz 2018, 19 min.  

Hula Girl

Saturday, September 15 at 11:00 am Screens in New Nonfiction Shorts program At 94 years of age, Joan Anderson has waited 60 years to set the record straight on the history of the hula hoop. Director: Amy Hill and Chris Riess 2018, 10 min.

Mother’s Day

Saturday, September 15 at 11:00 am Screens in New Nonfiction Shorts program Over 850,000 children in California have a parent in prison. Once a year, a charity buses children to remote prisons to visit their mothers. Director: Elizabeth Lo, R.J. Lozada 2018, 8 min.  

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NEW YORK PREMIERE

Saturday, September 15
1:00 pm

When siblings Elan and Jonathan Bogarín lose their grandma, they uncover an extraordinary universe in the seemingly ordinary home they inherit.

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Eve

EAST COAST PREMIERE

Saturday, September 15
6:00 pm

EVE exposes a 74 year old woman’s journey through grief, sexual passion and renewal

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Keep the Change

Saturday, September 15
6:00 pm

This New York romantic comedy stars actors with autism and offers a refreshingly honest portrait of a community seldom depicted on the big screen.

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