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By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  July 30, 2008

8 Ball
Directed by Inon Shampanier, 25m, USA
August 8 @ 7 pm | Cable Car Cinema
The film follows the intertwining stories of three lonely characters: an orphan who escapes from a group home in search of his mother; an ex-con who is looking to reconnect with his estranged daughter; and a pool shark who is forced into a life of crime.

Diva
Directed by Josephine Mackerras, 7m, France
August 7 @ 7 pm | Courthouse Center for the Arts
August 8 @ 3 pm | Columbus Theatre Arts Center
A transsexual leaves his small hometown with a broken heart, seeking to find his true self in Paris.

Varmints
Directed by Marc Craste, 24m, UK
August 5 @ 7 pm | Providence Performing Arts Center
In this animation, friendly-looking rodent-like creatures blissfully and quietly garden in a tranquil countryside. But their world of nature is swept away by city noise, driving one creature to find a place where he can feel at home.

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