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Release Date: September 23, 2011
Director: David Lee Miller
Cast: Gabriel Sunday, David Carradine, Mariel Hemingway
Genre: Comedy/Drama

Synopsis: Archie Williams, a 17-year-old media geek, announces his final school video project will be filming his own suicide. As Archie’s teachers and counselors sound the alarm, his classmates are alternately repelled by and attracted to him, particularly Sierra, the most beautiful girl in school. Archie’s video diary of the media circus that follows exposes the truths of life, death, sex, violence, drugs, and the hypocrisy of modern media which assaults all teens.

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Release Date: November 16, 2011
Director: Céline Sciamma (“Water Lilies”)
Cast: Zoé Heran, Sophie Cattani, Mathieu Demy
Genre: Drama

Synopsis: A family with two daughters, 10-year-old Laure and 6-year-old Jeanne, moves to a new town during the summer holidays. With her tomboy ways, Laure passes herself off as “Mikael” to the local kids, catching the attention of their leader Lisa, who becomes smitten. Finding resourceful ways to hide her true self, Laure takes advantage of her new identity, as if the end of the summer would never reveal her unsettling secret.

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Release Date: November 11, 2011
Director: Darren Lynn Bousman
Cast: Timothy Gibbs, Michael Landes, Denis Rafter
Genre: Horror

Synopsis: On the 11th day of the 11th month of 2011, a gateway will open…Something’s coming through!

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A film about The Replacements

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Director: Gorman Bechard
Genre: Music Documentary

Synopsis: Combining over 140 interviews with rockers, journalists and fans both famous and not, George Bechard delivers the obsessive tale of the most influential band you’ve never heard, the 80s indie-rock band, The Replacements. Dubbed “the last best band” by Spin Magazine, these critics darlings continually managed to shoot themselves in the foot, hence their relative obscurity. Though containing not a note of music, COLOR ME OBSESSED is a documentary that really rocks.