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See also: Ten years after | Friend or Coe? | Of time and Charleen | Strange fruit | Capsule reviews

The following capsule reviews were written by Grayson Currin (GC), David Fellerath (DF), Bob Geary (BG), Richard Hart (RH), Fiona Morgan (FM), Neil Morris (NM), Zack Smith (ZS), Adam Sobsey (AS), Lisa Sorg (LS) and Douglas Vuncannon (DV). Highly recommended movies are preceded with an (*). Movies not reviewed below were, in most cases, unavailable to us.

* COMRADES IN DREAMS (Uli Gaulke, Germany, 102 min.) In what could be termed Cinema Paradiso: The Documentary , we meet four movie projectionists who keep the cinematic flame flickering in Burkina-Faso, India, North Korea and remotest Wyoming. In the face of the jaded attitudes of those who have ready access to multiplexes, these entrepreneurs are a throwback to a more innocent movie age. This film is also of interest to viewers looking for a glimpse of North Korean life. (Fletcher Hall, 10 p.m.) — DF

THE DENTIST FROM NEW JERSEY (John Knapich, USA, 21 min.) The dentist, Simon Leventhal, is also a photographer. And his favorite subject, for 30 years, was the New York City skyline—and the World Trade Center buildings. He snapped them in every kind of light, with spectacular—now poignant—results. Something to see. (Civic Center One, 12:15 p.m.) — BG

* FIELD OF STONE (Shambhavi Kaul, USA, 62 min.) The world premiere of Durham director Kaul's portrait of country music outlaw David Allan Coe. See " Friend or Coe? " (Civic Center One, 2:45 p.m.) — GC

* FOR THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO (Daniel Karslake, USA, 99 min.) Interviews with conservative Christian parents and their gay children track the journeys of five families through the maze of religious teaching and scientific research, journeys that often end in acceptance. Among those interviewed are Gene Robinson, openly gay Episcopal bishop of New Hampshire, and Dick Gephardt, whose daughter Chrissy is an out LGBT activist. The film takes on the fundamentalist anti-gay agenda by taking a deep, critical look at what Biblical literalists teach about homosexuality, contrasted with exactly what the Bible says and interviews with clergy and Biblical scholars who make the religious case for tolerance. (Civic Center Two, noon) — FM

* FREEHELD (Cynthia Wade, USA, 38 min.) A veteran New Jersey cop is dying of lung cancer. Will the county commissioners ("Freeholders") extend her pension benefits to her surviving domestic partner, as the new state law allows? They're conservatives. But fellow cops are on her side. Simple, dramatic and powerful in every way—whatever you think about gay rights. (Civic Center One, 2:45 p.m.) — BG



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See also: Ten years after | Friend or Coe? | Of time and Charleen | Strange fruit | Capsule reviews

The following capsule reviews were written by Grayson Currin (GC), David Fellerath (DF), Bob Geary (BG), Richard Hart (RH), Fiona Morgan (FM), Neil Morris (NM), Zack Smith (ZS), Adam Sobsey (AS), Lisa Sorg (LS) and Douglas Vuncannon (DV). Highly recommended movies are preceded with an (*). Movies not reviewed below were, in most cases, unavailable to us.

* COMRADES IN DREAMS (Uli Gaulke, Germany, 102 min.) In what could be termed Cinema Paradiso: The Documentary , we meet four movie projectionists who keep the cinematic flame flickering in Burkina-Faso, India, North Korea and remotest Wyoming. In the face of the jaded attitudes of those who have ready access to multiplexes, these entrepreneurs are a throwback to a more innocent movie age. This film is also of interest to viewers looking for a glimpse of North Korean life. (Fletcher Hall, 10 p.m.) — DF

THE DENTIST FROM NEW JERSEY (John Knapich, USA, 21 min.) The dentist, Simon Leventhal, is also a photographer. And his favorite subject, for 30 years, was the New York City skyline—and the World Trade Center buildings. He snapped them in every kind of light, with spectacular—now poignant—results. Something to see. (Civic Center One, 12:15 p.m.) — BG

* FIELD OF STONE (Shambhavi Kaul, USA, 62 min.) The world premiere of Durham director Kaul's portrait of country music outlaw David Allan Coe. See " Friend or Coe? " (Civic Center One, 2:45 p.m.) — GC

* FOR THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO (Daniel Karslake, USA, 99 min.) Interviews with conservative Christian parents and their gay children track the journeys of five families through the maze of religious teaching and scientific research, journeys that often end in acceptance. Among those interviewed are Gene Robinson, openly gay Episcopal bishop of New Hampshire, and Dick Gephardt, whose daughter Chrissy is an out LGBT activist. The film takes on the fundamentalist anti-gay agenda by taking a deep, critical look at what Biblical literalists teach about homosexuality, contrasted with exactly what the Bible says and interviews with clergy and Biblical scholars who make the religious case for tolerance. (Civic Center Two, noon) — FM

* FREEHELD (Cynthia Wade, USA, 38 min.) A veteran New Jersey cop is dying of lung cancer. Will the county commissioners ("Freeholders") extend her pension benefits to her surviving domestic partner, as the new state law allows? They're conservatives. But fellow cops are on her side. Simple, dramatic and powerful in every way—whatever you think about gay rights. (Civic Center One, 2:45 p.m.) — BG