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    Through The Eyes of a Child

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    A school janitor hears the voice of God coming from his bottle of cleaning fluid - then things get strange. Amidst the uproar of concerned parents, teachers and reporters, a young girl opens her ears and mind to discover what everyone else has overlooked.
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    In the Mirror in the Sky (En el espejo del cielo)
    A small boy fantasizes about catching an airplane he sees reflected in a pond. With the help of a vivid imagination, he captures the plane in a box. He learns the hard way that not everything is meant to be caught. Fortunately for him, nothing is as liberating as the imagination of a child.
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    A Feeling Called Glory
    An unusual summer friendship blossoms between two misfit girls. They have unique and opposing outlooks on coping with loss - and with each other. This life-affirming tale is based on the short story "Presbyterian Crosswalk," by Barbara Gowdy.
    Length: 24 minutes

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