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Death Café: Tea And Cake Make Death More Palatable

Nov. 26
By Beth Accomando, Nicholas McVicker
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San Diego has more than a dozen Death Cafés where people get together to talk about death. If you think that sounds morbid, think again.

Native American Film Festival Brings Cultural Dialogue To North County

Nov. 21
By Alison St John
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The second annual Native American Film Festival brings more than 20 Indian documentaries and short films to North County. It runs from Thursday through Saturday.

San Diego Arab Film Festival Returns for Third Year

Nov. 20
By Rebecca Romani
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The San Diego Arab Film Festival promises a diverse line-up. It starts Thursday at the Museum of Photographic Arts.

Insects In Religion: Sacred Scarabs To Harbingers Of Doom

Nov. 20
By Beth Accomando
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TheNAT just opened their King Tut exhibit and curator of entomology Dr. Michael Wall says ancient Egypt isn't the only culture to incorporate bugs into religion. Dr. Wall presents a lecture Thursday night called Insects in Religion: From Sacred Scarabs to Manna from Heaven.

'The Theory Of Everything' Opts For Love Over Science

Nov. 14
By Beth Accomando
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It’s that time of year when Hollywood trots out its Oscar hopefuls, and Eddie Redmayne seems assured of a nomination for his portrait of Stephen Hawking in “The Theory of Everything” (opening in select San Diego theaters on Nov. 14).

15th San Diego Asian Film Festival Challenges Stereotypes

Nov. 7
By Beth Accomando
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The 15th annual San Diego Asian Film Festival kicked off last night with a full house at the Reading Gaslamp Theaters. Pac-Arts' Brian Hu offers this preview.

Inaugural Point Music Film Festival Debuts Saturday

Nov. 6
By Beth Accomando
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This Saturday marks the debut of the Point Music Film Festival, which prides itself as being San Diego’s “first music only” film festival. Here's a preview.

Previewing The 2014 San Diego Asian Film Festival

Nov. 3
Midday Edition
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The San Diego Asian Film Festival opens this Thursday. It has become the largest exhibition of Asian films in the Western United States.

Why Do We Love To Be Scared?

Oct. 30
Midday Edition
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Halloween is big business. In addition to people spending millions on costumes, decorations and candy, 35 million people are estimated to attend some kind of haunted attraction. But if you think Disney Haunted Mansion is typical of what’s available, think again.

New Film Shows How Veterans Heal Through Humor

Oct. 28
Midday Edition
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What happens when five wounded veterans team up with A-list comedians? The new documentary "Comedy Warriors" shows how humor helps veterans recover from physical and emotional scars of war.

Zombies Versus Real Science: Which Is Scarier?

Oct. 17
By Beth Accomando, Nicholas McVicker
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Zombies are reanimated corpses that crave human flesh. But is that scarier than the real disorders that can affect the human brain?

What Do You Think Of The New Trailer For 'American Sniper'? (Video)

Oct. 8
By Beth Ford Roth
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Warner Bros. Pictures just released the first glimpse of the movie "American Sniper," based on the late Chris Kyle's bestselling memoir. Bradley Cooper stars, Clint Eastwood directs, and based on the trailer, the movie is sure to raise a lot of controversy.

UCSD Professor Uses Zombies To Teach About Neuroscience

Oct. 8
By Beth Accomando, Maureen Cavanaugh, Nicholas McVicker
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There's no escaping zombies. They've infected every corner of pop culture and more recently have been shambling into academia. Professor Bradley Voytek combines the living dead and neuroscience in his new book.

East County Filmmaker Makes Bid For Sundance

Oct. 6
Evening Edition
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San Diego filmmakers have a good track record being seen at the Sundance Festival. SDSU grad Destin Cretton scored with two of his films. Now East County resident Jesse Keller hopes his "Thane of East County" will also make the cut.

'Gone Girl' Is Perfect First Date Movie — Well Sort Of

Oct. 3
By Beth Accomando
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“Gone Girl” (opening Oct. 3 throughout San Diego) was a New York Times bestseller before author Gillian Flynn adapted it to the screen. It examines long-term relationships but from a fresh perspective.

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