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VOD Indie 05.08 – Beatrice Alda & Jennifer Brooke – LEGS

What is controversial? When a sculpture comes to a New England town, documentarians Beatrice Alda & Jennifer Brooke explore what would have that affect.

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VOD Indie 05.06 – Jeremy Oliver Miller – Almost Home

Writer/Actor Jeremy Oliver Miller went through a lot to make his movie AMOST HOME, about a soldier returning from war to face the father of his friend and fallen soldier.

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VOD Indie 5.02 – Kandahar Journals

Louie Palu’s film KANDAHAR JOURNALS is a touching, brutal look at his time in Afghanistan during the war as a photojournalist.

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VOD Indie 5.01 – Andrew McCarthy

As part of the 2016 Macon Film Festival, Andrew McCarthy sat down to talk about his film PRETTY IN PINK which is celebrating it’s 30th Anniversary.

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VOD Indie 03.03 – Alston Jones – Better Than Equal

Animator Alston Jones brought his vision of George Orwell’s Animal Farm to life in his amazing short BETTER THAN EQUAL.

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VOD Indie 03.07 – Ava Leigh Stewart – Paradise Garden

Ava Leigh Stewart’s documentary on artist Howard Finster, PARADISE GARDEN, left a lasting impression on our students.

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VOD Indie 03.11 – Kirsten Russell – Universal

Renowned dancer and visual artist, Kirsten Russell brought her wonderful international film UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE to the Macon Film Festival – and it was magical.

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