11:00 AM
to 12:20 PM

Motherland
7 Attendees
Location Alamo Lamar 2
About  Six diverse and remarkable women, each grieving the loss of a child, travel to rural South Africa to work as volunteers in an effort to find some positive meaning in the wake of their tragedies. The group, strangers to each other before the trip began but bound by the painful experience they share, contribute to and learn from a culture that deals with mourning in a way very different from what they're accustomed to in America. For 17 days on the other side of the world, these women cry and laugh, grieve and celebrate, and talk more openly than ever before about the kids they adored. And for the first time since their children's deaths, together in the Motherland, each woman finds hope and healing in the company of others who truly understand her experience.

1:30 PM
to 2:58 PM

True Adolescents
15 Attendees
Location Alamo Lamar 2
About  Meet Sam Bryant (Mark Duplass of The Puffy Chair and Humpday). He's an aging Seattle rocker with no job, no record deal, and no place to stay until he finds some room at his aunt's house in the suburbs. He's also the last guy anyone would pick to take two teens camping for some quality dude time. Written and directed by Craig Johnson, marking his feature directorial debut, TRUE ADOLESCENTS is a warm and spirited coming of age story that also stars newcomers Brett Loehr and Carr Thompson, and Academy-Award nominee Melissa Leo (Frozen River).

4:00 PM
to 5:13 PM

Sons of a Gun
9 Attendees
Location Alamo Lamar 2
About  Lance, Craig, and Ubaldo live with schizophrenia. They also live with Larry, their alcoholic caretaker/"dad". And even though they aren't related by blood, they've lived together as a family for 20 years. Through intimate access to this unique family, the documentary SONS OF A GUN follows them as they get evicted, move into a cramped motel room, joke around, and scramble to find a new home before their family self-destructs.

6:15 PM
to 7:39 PM

Bomber
23 Attendees
Location Alamo Lamar 2
About  A bittersweet comedy about love, family and dropping bombs on Germany. Lovelorn son Ross finds himself trapped in a nightmare road-trip with his parents when he agrees to drive his 83 year old father to Germany, so that the old man can apologize to a village he accidentally bombed during the war.

8:45 PM
to 10:10 PM

Burma VJ
15 Attendees
Location Alamo Lamar 2
About  Armed with small handy cams, undercover Video Journalists in Burma keep up the flow of news from their closed country despite risking torture and life in jail. Their material is smuggled out of Burma and broadcast back via satellite. 'Joshua', age 27, becomes tactical leader of a group of reporters, as Buddhist monks in September 2007 lead a massive uprising. Foreign TV crews are banned from the country, so it's left to Joshua and his crew to keep the revolution alive on TV screens all over. As government intelligence understands the power of the camera, the VJs become their prime target.

11:59 PM
to 1:50 AM

Ong Bak 2
32 Attendees
Location Alamo Lamar 2
About  The first ONG BAK hit the world like a heat-seeking guided missile. A missile in the shape of Tony Jaa, touted as the new Bruce Lee and the can't-miss martial-arts superstar of his generation. This prequel, set in medieval Thailand, features Jaa as a young nobleman who masters many martial arts disciplines in his journey of revenge. Expect stand-up-in-your-seat excitement as Jaa flies through the air; twisting, turning and demonstrating the utmost contempt for the laws of gravity. And now that he has added a full range of martial-arts styles to his repertoire, Jaa is twice as deadly and twice as exciting.