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Today on Your Call: What movie changed the way you understand the world?
On today's Your Call, a few days before “that other award show” we will announce your nominations for the film that most powerfully changed the way you understand the world. Documentaries, features, shorts, or even animation. Which movie pulled you into a reality different from your own? Or maybe transformed the way you think? Email your nominations to email@example.com. Then join us at 10 to hear about great reality-based movies you might want to check out for yourself. How do movies change us? It’s Your Call with Rose Aguilar, and you.
Rachel Caplan, founder and executive director of the San Francisco Green Film Festival
Abby Ginzberg, filmmaker: “A Soul of Justice,” “Tale of Two Cities,” “Opportunity of a lifetime”
Hossein Keshavarz, filmmaker: “Dog Sweat”
Thursday, February 22nd: Special Film Screening Of "Dog Sweat" in San Jose
Camera Cinemas: 7pm - 288 S. 2nd Street in San Jose
Oh Dem Watermelons
That Awful Backlash
From the Heart of the World: The Elder Brothers Warning
End of the Line
Big Boys Gone Bananas
Sin by Silence
The Age of Stupid
A World Apart
A Day Without a Mexican
A Better Life
The War Game
Rivers and Tides
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
Rules of Engagement
Bowling for Columbine
The Power of Nightmares
Do the Right Thing
Nonviolence vs. Violence
The Black Power Mixtape
Call of Life: Facing Mass Extinction