Schedule for Thursday, May 3, 2018

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$15 All Access Day Pass For Thursday May 3, 2018 - Gateway Community College

Good For All Films Thursday May 3, 2018 At Gateway Community College
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Thursday, $15 ALL ACCESS Discount Day and Evening Pass is ticketed through the NHIFF ticketing vendor Eventbrite. Service fees may apply. This pass is an ALL ACCESS Day and Evening Discount Pass for Thursday May 3, 2018. It allows the bearer to attend any day or evening films at Gateway Community College.   All day pass for all the films you can see. All seating is first come first served. Ticket holders of online sales must arrive no later than 20 minutes before a screening for priority seating. Single tickets are cash only, sold at the door and may or may not be available online. All shows are subject to change without notice.   

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05.03.18
9:00 am
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"Uranium Derby" New England Premiere

10:15am Thurs May 3 - Gateway Community College
Uranium Derby is a feature-length documentary about a young woman’s look into an experiment gone wrong—the American nuclear experiment. This film depicts the manner in which toxic nuclear waste, generated and collected in a few specific places, was allowed to spread to numerous sites around a small Midwestern university town and subsequently the country.

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05.03.18
10:15 am
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"Life After Life" New England Premiere

10:15am Thu May 3 - Gateway Community College
After decades behind bars, three men set out to prove success can lie on the other side of tragedy. As their stories unfold over weeks, months and years, the precarious nature of freedom after incarceration in America is revealed.

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05.03.18
10:15 am
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"Outcaste - The House that Carol Built" New Haven Premiere

11:30am Thur May 3 - Gateway Community College
Spirituality
Outcaste - The House that Carol Built. This is a unique story of faith, courage and magical thinking. A story of how the dream of an elderly English teacher finally comes true with the help of a rickshaw driver, a lapsed buddhist monk and a journey in to the high himalayas. It’s ‘The Marigold Hotel’ meets ‘Lost Horizon’.  

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05.03.18
11:30 am
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Ineternational Shorts I New England Premieres

11:45am Thur May 3
International Shorts I Mary, Three August Days, Hello Sunshine, Things That Bleed, #together4likes, Limit, Be my B.

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05.03.18
11:45 am
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"Zaraab"

12:45pm Thur May 3 - Gateway Community College
The film centres on five individuals living in Gwadar a city in Baluchistan, and shines the spotlight on their life, their dreams and the hardships they face along the way.

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05.03.18
12:45 pm
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Comedy Shorts I LYAO - All New Haven Area Premieres

1:30pm Thur May 3 - Gateway Community College
Comedy Shorts LYAO I - Lady Lillian, The Dinner Scene, Bride of Frankie, Wake  

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05.03.18
1:30 pm
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"Double Take: The Art of Elizabeth King" New England Premiere

2:00pm Thur May 3 - Gateway Community College
Scultptors & Photography
Double Take: The Art of Elizabeth King illuminates the aesthetic and engineering questions sculptor Elizabeth King puzzles over with an acute sensitivity to both life, and the life-like. She has created her own genre at the intersection of the classical and automata. An accomplished artist with an eye for the intimate meaning of gesture, King obsessively manipulates her materials to produce pieces that both approximate and challenge the viewer.

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05.03.18
2:00 pm
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DRAMA-TIC SHORTS Part I

2:45pm Thursday May 3 Gateway Community College Part 1 of 3
Dramatic Shorts I - The Rose Garden, Visage, Maddie, Juliet, Relax, Happy Valentine's Day -    

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05.03.18
2:45 pm
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Documentary Shorts I

3:15pm Thur May 3 - Gateway Community College
Documentary Shorts I - Arrested (Again), Player Zero, Back of the House, SALTO, City of Shooters, Imagine Kolle 37

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05.03.18
3:15 pm
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"Enough White Teacups" Northeast Premiere

4:00pm Thur May 3 Gateway Community College
Environmental & Human Rights Topics
The documentary Enough White Teacups is about sustainability, the wicked problems that plague the world and how design and invention can be used as an antidote. Enough White Teacups highlights the Danish non-profit, INDEX: Design to Improve Life ® (INDEX) and the film explores their history as an international design competition and showcases the most innovative INDEX award winners and highlights their future goal.

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05.03.18
4:00 pm
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"Dawnland" Connecticut Premiere

5:00pm Thur May 3
Human Rights
A documentary about cultural survival and stolen children: inside the first truth and reconciliation commission for Native Americans.  “My foster mother told me … she would save me from being Penobscot.”

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05.03.18
5:00 pm
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"Bullitt County" Connecticut Premiere

5:15pm Thursday May 3 - Gateway CC
BULLITT COUNTY is an action/thriller about four friends who reunite for a bachelor party in the Fall of 1977 to hunt for buried Prohibition money on the Bluegrass Bourbon Trail, only to become ripped apart by greed, corruption, and murder.     The film is an exciting mix between 'No Country For Old Men,' 'Deliverance,' and 'The Shining.'

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05.03.18
5:15 pm
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"One By One" Northeast Premiere Presented By: Knights of Columbus

6:45pm Thur May 3 FREE ADMISSION FOR STUDENTS
Humanitarian & Children Advocacy
One by One” documents one of the many examples of Compassion International child-advocacy ministry, which pairs compassionate people with those who are suffering from poverty.  

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05.03.18
6:45 pm
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Comedy Shorts LYAO II New Haven Premieres

7:00pm Thur May 3 - Gateway Community College
Comedy Shorts  LYAO - The People's Cookie, Good Business Sense, BLOOD

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05.03.18
7:00 pm
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"Route 80" World Premiere - Connecticut Grown In Branford

8:15pm Thur May 3 - Gateway Community College
“Route 80” is contemporary drama that surrounds the life of a Connecticut family. Tommy DiNello moves back home after two years in New York City. Since his parents moved to Florida when he was away, Tommy has no choice but to stay with his uncle and cousin while battling memories of the reason he left in the first place.

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05.03.18
8:15 pm
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"P.T. Barnum: The Lost Legend

8:15pm Thur May 3 - Gateway CC
P.T. Barnum: The Lost Legend Today, in a time when civil war statues in the south are being removed, and with what is believed to be the final performance of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus, comes a documentary film that explores why P.T. Barnum should be newly honored and remembered properly by his birthplace. P.T. Barnum: The Lost Legend celebrates the Connecticut native, a philanthropist and progressive thought leader who was consistently on the right side of history.

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05.03.18
8:15 pm