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Best of the Rest

A rundown of 10 Film Festival movies you don't want to miss

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The 35th Cleveland International Film Festival has reached its halfway point, but there are still plenty of great movies on the schedule through Sunday. Here are 10 you should check out.

Autumn Gold

Documentary about old people training for a track and field championship. Two of these dudes even competed in the 1936 Olympics!

Bibliotheque Pascal

Totally mind-blowing movie from Hungary about twisted dreams, happy drugs, and sexual fantasies involving Joan of Arc and Pinocchio.

Bill Cunningham New York

Documentary about the humble 82-year-old New York Times photographer, who is nothing like the high-society snobs he shoots.

Home by Christmas

A New Zealand filmmaker reimagines her parents' lives during World War II, when her dad was shipped to war and her mom waited patiently at home.

Jane's Journey

Captivating documentary about environmentalist, activist, and BFF of monkeys Jane Goodall.

Mamma Gógó

A filmmaker makes a movie that he thinks will change the world. It bombs. Meanwhile, his mom is developing Alzheimer's. It's kind of a comedy.

The Other F Word:

A Coming of Middle Age Story

Aging punks (like members of Pennywise) deal with fatherhood in this documentary about growing up and shifting responsibilities.

Presspauseplay

Absorbing documentary about the digital age's effect on art — the good, the bad, and the sucky.

Route Irish

Director Ken Loach's latest is a political thriller that ties together the war, contractors, and some very bad guys working behind the scenes.

With Love, From the Age of Reason

Charming movie about a 40-year-old businesswoman who begins to receive letters she wrote to herself when she was seven. Big life changes ensue.

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