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      November 14, 2019

      Thursday   9:00 PM

      1803 N Elm St
      Denton, Texas

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      Frame of Mind – Best of Thin Line Screening

      Join Thin Line at Golden Boy Coffee Co. to screen KERA’s Frame of Mind – Best of Thin Line Short Documentaries.

      A percentage of sales will go to Thin Line Fest during this screening. Entry is FREE.

      Get there at 9pm to get your seat!
      Show starts at 10pm

      Films:
      At Arm’s Length
      Director, Producer, Editor: Dana Reilly
      In At Arm’s Length, two journalists who covered a mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, TX, attempt to reconcile their empathic relationships to the survivors with the distance required to continue reporting.

      There’s Something in the Water
      Director/Animator: Rory WT
      There’s two kinds of lakes in the South: them that’s got Giant Salvinia and them that’s about to have Giant Salvinia.” Caddo Lake is the only natural lake in Texas, but its delicate eco-system is threatened by a seemingly unstoppable invasive species of floating fern: Giant Salvinia. There’s Something in the Water is an 8-minute animated documentary featuring interviews with people who live and work on the lake, demonstrating the damage that has been caused, and how everyone can work together to try and fix it.

      Mack Minded: Humanly Possible
      Director/Producer: Susan Carol Davis
      Before the acronym STEM even existed, Dr. Pauline Beery Mack, Texas Woman’s University professor in the 1950s-1970s, pioneered in the quest for knowledge in science, technology and statistical research. Her advances in bone density provided NASA invaluable information for manned spaceflight, earning Mack a Silver Snoopy award presented by Astronaut Jim Lovell in 1970, a time when women scientists were rarely recognized among their male peers.

      Critterman
      Director/Producer: David Goodman
      David Kleven, more commonly known as Critterman, has educated critter lovers young and old across the North Texas region for the last twenty years. Along with his assortment of animals and reptiles, Critterman has traveled around to schools, auditoriums and homes in an effort to spread a positive message of preservation. The documentary Critterman offers a glimpse into the work life of this local legend.

      Mason Fine: Chasing History
      Director: Charles Elmore
      Football prodigy and star student Mason Fine broke every high school football record his senior year at Locust Grove High School with dreams of playing for a Division I college team. Now, Mason’s living his dream and proving his doubters wrong as the starting quarterback for the University of North Texas’ Mean Green football team.

      Mineola Portraits
      Director: Lauren Cater
      Mineola isn’t unlike other small towns in America. In fact, this is where it gets its charm. Capture what all small towns have in common – public celebrations. The film’s observational style provides a truly immersive experience where the town may be small but the celebrations are big. ical export outlook export

      Cost: Free

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