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    Hibernation
    England
    1985 in a secret tree house. Two children dressed in animal costumes conduct scientific experiments in an attempt to revive a bee. But their true intention is to bring back something much bigger. A magical and moving tale about the beauty of innocent minds. Written and directed by John Williams. John started making stop animation films at the age of 11. He has gone on to direct music videos by the Offspring and Coldplay. The film has won numerous international awards. Principal cast: Adam Arnold, Sonny Rooney, Peter Reynolds and Adam Paroussos.
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    - To learn more about the film, go to soundfilms.com.

    The Youth in Us
    USA
    A young couple confronts a painful future by looking to the past for courage. Written and directed by Joshua Leonard, who first garnered attention for his memorable role in the thriller The Blair Witch Project. This award winning film is his narrative directorial debut. Principal cast: Lukas Haas and Kelli Garner.
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    - To learn more about the film, go to theyouthinus.com.



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    [Original air date: Sun, Apr 15, 2007]

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