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Living Tiny

View Paul Meyers and Paul Donatelli's short film, Living Tiny, which profiles three Californians who are embracing an alternative to traditional construction.

First Friday

Oakland has been rated a top travel destination ... and one of the most dangerous cities in the U.S. Once a month, those two realities meet at First Friday, an immersive art and community experience.

Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton

Poet and filmmaker James Broughton (1913-1999) lived by the motto "follow your own weird." His remarkable story spans the Beat generation, his escape to Europe during the McCarthy years and his ascendancy as a revered bard of sexual liberation.

Darwin

The people of Darwin, CA (population 35) coexist without government, a church, jobs or children. Together with their fellow outsiders and eccentrics, they enjoy the freedom of isolation in California's Death Valley.

SLOMO

In Slomo, a former neurologist recreates himself as a Venice Beach regular. Slomo is part of the episode Truly CA Shorts: State of Discovery, which features five short films exploring the California experience.

Reborning

Reborning examines the craft of life-like dolls and is part of the episode Truly CA Shorts: State of Discovery, which features five short films exploring the California experience.

Full-time Ministry

Full-Time Ministry shares ice sculpting with a message and is part of the episode Truly CA Shorts: State of Discovery, which features five short films exploring the California experience.

Last Stop in Santa Rosa

Last Stop in Santa Rosa profiles a hospice for animals and is part of the episode Truly CA Shorts: State of Discovery, which features five short films exploring the California experience.

Stand

Stand depicts East LA residents using krump dancing to take a stand and is part of the episode Truly CA Shorts: State of Discovery, which features five short films exploring the California experience.

Last Day of Freedom

Bill Babbitt supported the death penalty until it came knocking at his door. In this richly animated personal narrative, one man makes a decision to stand by his brother in the face of war, crime and capital punishment.

An Architect’s Vision

View Mina T. Son's short film, An Architect's Vision, which is a glimpse into the world of Chris Downey, an architect who is blind.

Heklina

View Brian Favorite's short film, Heklina, which profiles the hostess of Trannyshack, San Francisco's longest running, current drag show.

Fred Lyon: Living Through the Lens

Fred Lyon: Living Through the Lens is an intimate exposé of one of America's leading photographers that takes the viewer inside Lyon's world and showcases his best known photos of the streets of San Francisco.

One Good Year

Long before marijuana became big business, a group of farmers headed to Humboldt County in One Good Year, which profiles a complete growing season in the remote backwoods.

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