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    Episode 8 of City Walk blasts across America from the skies above Camarillo to a racetrack in Fontana and straight to Washington DC where the 2013 Walking Summit is paving the path for a more walkable future for everyone.
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    City Walk heads into the hustle and bustle of Manhattan to journey through the most visited urban park in the United States: Central Park.
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    Episode 7 of City Walk travels from Boston to New York to Atlanta and Los Angeles on a very special journey to some of the great parks in America -- both old and new.
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    An institution of Southern California, Trader Joe's was founded by Joe Coulombe, a Stanford Business School graduate who wanted to establish a specialty grocery store for over educated and underpaid customers.
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    Tyrus Wong is one of the most influential Chinese-American artists of his generation.
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    Jim Ipekjian is one of only a handful of cabinetmakers who can recreate, to perfection, the stunning Arts and Crafts furniture from Greene and Greene homes.
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    The Center for Inquiry is dedicated to debunking psyschic claims.
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    Warren Marr spent an entire year wandering the grounds of Descanso Gardens, waiting for the perfect conditions that would produce the perfect photograph.
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    William L. Beigel has learned to navigate through the massive national archives and maze of military records to uncover details about soldiers who were wounded, killed, or made prisoners of war during WWII and the Korean War.
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    The Valley View Vaulters teach children and adults with disabilities how to perform equestrian vaulting.
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    Leonore Rae Smith takes the photographs of fallen soldiers that family members submit to her and paints their portrait.
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    About the Film An elderly woman living in an abandoned town finds a camera, which becomes a means for her to recreate her past life and remember a lost love. Director's Statement Christina Manrique (Kiki) and I (Brendan Clogher)...
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    TV Credits Directed By Bohdan Zachary Chief Content Officer Bret Marcus Executive Producer Bohdan Zachary Co-Executive Producer Caroline Armitage Produced By Catherine Oser Host Kevin Kilner Unit Manager Bettina Bennewitz Editor Jack Moody Legal Counsel June M. Baldwin Gerry Bryant...
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    About the Film The power of love is experienced by a couple entangled in a horrific car accident, a son struggling with his father's decent into madness and another couple mourning the loss of a child, while all unaware...
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    About the Film Clara, a suburban housewife stuck in conventionality, stumbles upon hints that her beloved husband, William, has been cheating on her. Transfixed in her domestic situation, Clara re-discovers herself while baking an elegant cake for William. Director's...
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    About the Film When the big one hits L.A., a failing marriage finally finds a way to come together as the world around them falls apart. Writer/Producer's Statement "My inspiration for Crushed came from my own experience watching my...
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    About the Film "Ellen" is a suspenseful thriller that follows a teenaged girl, already consumed by self-doubt, as she struggles to summon the courage to escape the horrific circumstances forced upon her by a deranged yet domesticated kidnapper. About...
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    About the Film "Family Tradition" is a film about reflection, coming together, and the individuality of the human spirit. Director's Statement The story was born from a generic concept I had been thinking of for some time. It was...
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    Director's Statement "Desde El Fondo" reflects upon my personal experience of coming to terms with the longing and mourning for those close to me who have passed away. Furthermore, it is a story that speaks to memory and the...
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    About the Film Set against the gritty urban backdrop of Los Angeles, "Life on Earth" is a coming of age story about Lea, an 18 year old girl aging out of the foster care system. With no family or...
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    About the Film Benjamin Moss (MATTHEW RAUCH), assistant manager in the Records Department of Black House Securities, is sent on a mission to a mysterious and barren rural landscape. There he crosses paths with eleven-year-old Jonathan Gardner (JAN UCZKOWSKI),...
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    About the Film "The Ambassador's Wife" takes place In 1946, as a young bride relocates with her ambassador husband to South America. Disconnected from her homeland, she finds that liberation from her homeland's mores comes at a price. About...
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    About the Film An artistic film that revolves around the lives and loves of two teenagers. Director's Statement Being a part of the making of "The Other Side" was a gift wrapped in some cold nights and unfortunate setbacks....
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    About the Film Herman Freck is a CFO, and he has done something bad. His company is on the brink of collapse, his assistant is freaking out, his wife will not stop calling, and The FBI are after him....
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    About the Film "Cowboys & Indians" is the story of 9 year-old Billy Redfern, a child who wants nothing more than to be a cowboy. When his illusion of the west, and more importantly Native Americans, is challenged by...
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    About the Film "Dad?" Is an animated short film about the relationship between a father and a daughter. Director's Statement I was inspired to do this piece while looking at the cultural gap between parents and children About the...
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    KCET's annual Fine Cut series presents a selection of student films from top film schools in Southern California! Tonight's Fine Cut episode presents the following student films: "The Absence" Director - Alex DeMille UCLA "Ellen" Director - Kyle Hausmann-Stokes...
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    KCET's annual Fine Cut series presents a selection of student films from top film schools in Southern California! Tonight's Fine Cut episode presents the following student films: "Crushed" Peter Stark Producing Program Producer/Writer - L. Warren Thompson Director -...
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    KCET's annual Fine Cut series presents a selection of student films from top film schools in Southern California! Tonight's Fine Cut episode presents the following student films: "18 Minutes" Director - Alexis Echavarria Idyllwild Arts Academy "Photographs" Director -...
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  • Entry
    Episode 8 of City Walk blasts across America from the skies above Camarillo to a racetrack in Fontana and straight to Washington DC where the 2013 Walking Summit is paving the path for a more walkable future for everyone.
  • Entry
    City Walk heads into the hustle and bustle of Manhattan to journey through the most visited urban park in the United States: Central Park.
  • Entry
    Episode 7 of City Walk travels from Boston to New York to Atlanta and Los Angeles on a very special journey to some of the great parks in America -- both old and new.
  • Entry
    An institution of Southern California, Trader Joe's was founded by Joe Coulombe, a Stanford Business School graduate who wanted to establish a specialty grocery store for over educated and underpaid customers.
  • Entry
    Tyrus Wong is one of the most influential Chinese-American artists of his generation.
  • Entry
    Jim Ipekjian is one of only a handful of cabinetmakers who can recreate, to perfection, the stunning Arts and Crafts furniture from Greene and Greene homes.
  • Entry
    The Center for Inquiry is dedicated to debunking psyschic claims.
  • Entry
    Warren Marr spent an entire year wandering the grounds of Descanso Gardens, waiting for the perfect conditions that would produce the perfect photograph.
  • Entry
    William L. Beigel has learned to navigate through the massive national archives and maze of military records to uncover details about soldiers who were wounded, killed, or made prisoners of war during WWII and the Korean War.
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    The Valley View Vaulters teach children and adults with disabilities how to perform equestrian vaulting.