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'Vietnam: An Inner View' Screening Comes To Sacramento Library

March 8, 2018 | Jen Picard

The documentary "Vietnam: An Inner View" will be screened at the Sacramento Public Library on Sunday.

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Sacramento French Film Festival Screens César-Nominated Shorts

March 2, 2018 | Cody Drabble

The Sacramento French Film Festival will have a program of award-winning short films at the Crest Theatre Saturday night.

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Documentary "Almost Sunrise" On Vets With PTSD

July 18, 2017 | Chris Remington

Tom Voss is the subject of a new documentary called "Almost Sunrise." A film crew followed Tom Voss and another Iraq veteran on a 2,700 mile trek from Milwaukee to Los Angeles to raise awareness for veterans with PTSD.

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Crocker Art Museum's 'CAMP!' Film Series For Adults

July 6, 2016

The Crocker Art Museum's "Adult Summer CAMP!" film series intended to make the adults in Sacramento celebrate the art of camp. We talk with historian and film lover Jacob Greenberg to talk about this month's film "Polyester."

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Alive Inside Foundation

May 19, 2016

Michael Rossatto Bennett, wrote, produced, and directed an award winning film titled "Alive Inside" that illustrates the impact music has had on individuals throughout the country. He joins us to talk about his inspirational and emotional story.

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LUNAFEST

April 6, 2016

Two talented LUNAFEST women, Sarah Feeley and Anna Schumacher, join Insight to discuss their films and talk more about the upcoming festival.

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El Dorado Hills Native Seeks Crowdfunding For Short Film, "Amusia"

March 8, 2016

Henry Longfellow once said,"Music is the language of mankind." Eric Presnall, local producer, writer, and director from El Dorado County has been working to make this statement a vision with his new short film titled, "Amusia."

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Jewish Film Festival Preview

March 3, 2016

We get a preview of the Jewish Film Festival happening this weekend from California Museum Executive Director and the festival organizer.

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A Look At Why The Oscars Are So White

February 22, 2016 | James Morrison

California State University, Northridge's head of the film program Nate Thomas joins Insight to talk about the lack of diversity in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences.

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'Mystic Mountain' A Film About Tibet

January 12, 2016

Film maker Tsring Dhondup joins us in studio to talk about his latest movie, "Mystic Mountain" ahead of the screening at the Guild Theatre in Sacramento on Friday.

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