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1. Hachi: A Dog's Tale (2009)

G | 93 min | Drama, Family

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A drama based on the true story of a college professor's bond with the abandoned dog he takes into his home.

Writers: Stephen P. Lindsey, Kaneto Shindô | Director: Lasse Hallström | Stars: Richard Gere, Joan Allen, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Sarah Roemer

2. The God Question (2014)

90 min | Drama, Sci-Fi | Completed

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A scientist asks an experimental super-intelligent computer the ultimate question: Is there evidence for God, for a spiritual framework to life? To his astonishment, it arrives at an answer.

Writer: Stan Freeman | Director: Douglas Gordon | Stars: Keith Langsdale, Jim Lobley, Cate Damon, Frank S. Aronson

3. Dribbles (2007)

100 min | Drama

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Talented high school artist David McNeil is desperate to prove himself to his runaway father by winning a state championship basketball jacket even though he has never played organized sports.

Writer: Thomas Tosi | Director: Thomas Tosi | Stars: Joe Orrigo, Eliza Rose Fichter, Robert Shea, Harmony Stempel

4. Henry (II) (2008)

23 min | Short, Drama, Music

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Son to an angry, overbearing violinist father, Henry Feld wants nothing more than to erase his past failures with musical success of his own. But in a chance encounter with his album-bound ... See full summary »

Writer: J.D. Marlow | Director: J.D. Marlow | Stars: Frank S. Aronson, Michael Cuddire, Rena Baskin, Nicolas Villamizar