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The 48 Hour Film Project Blasts Through SF This Weekend

In May 2001, filmmaker Mark Ruppert came up with a crazy idea: To try to make a film from concept to completion in 48 hours. He enlisted his partner, Liz Langston, and several other filmmakers to join him in this experiment, and the 48 hour Film Project was born. Since that day, nearly 40,000 people have made 3,000 48-hour films in 80 cities worldwide.

‘Unmistaken Child’ Details The Real Search For A Reincarnated Buddhist Master


Penetrating yet gentle, the documentary Unmistaken Child lifts the curtain on the rarely glimpsed rituals, tests, and trials of what might seem like an impossible quest to outsiders: the search for the reincarnation of a Tibetan Buddhist master.


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