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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Local indie calendar for November

Posted By on Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 2:01 PM

click to enlarge Like Crazy, Nov. 18
  • Like Crazy, Nov. 18

*All dates subject to (and likely to) change*

Nov. 2

Shy People (Little Fish Huge Pond)

Nov. 4

Take Shelter (Regal Winter Park)

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Nov. 5

Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone (Enzian) *followed by Q&A with members of the band*

Nov. 6

Jewish Film Festival – In Heaven, Underground (Enzian)

Jewish Film Festival – David (Enzian)

Samson in the Wax Museum (Orlando Public Library)

The Trial (Nacho Mama)

Sharing the Spotlight (Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Central Florida)

Nov. 7

Jewish Film Festival – Sholem Aleichem: Laughing in the Darkness (Enzian)

Jewish Film Festival – Restoration (Enzian)

Nov. 9

Wild in the Streets (Little Fish Huge Pond)

Bottle Rocket (Urban Rethink)

Nov. 11

Martha Marcy May Marlene (Enzian)

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The Skin I Live In (Regal Winter Park)

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Nov. 16

Home for the Holidays (Little Fish Huge Pond)

Nov. 17

Like Crazy (Regal Winter Park)

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Nov. 23

My Week With Marilyn (wide)

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Planes, Trains & Automobiles (Little Fish Huge Pond)

Pieces of April (Little Fish Huge Pond)

The Descendants (wide)

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Nov. 30

La Luna (Little Fish Huge Pond)

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