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Arts and Entertainment: Documentaries at film fest Tucson


there’s an animated children’s film and an awards worthy biopic on tap this weekend at local movie theaters there’s a Yeti on my roof when teenage Yi encounters young Yeti on the roof of her apartment building in Shanghai she and her mischievous friends Jin and Peng named him Everest and embark on an epic quest to reunite the magical creature with his family at the highest point on earth abominable takes audiences on an animated 2,000 mile adventure from the streets of Shanghai to the Himalayan peaks Judy tells the story of showbiz legend Judy Garland as she prepares to perform in London in 1968 it’s been 30 years since she shot to start him on The Wizard of Oz but if her voice is weakened its dramatic intensity is only growing fuller featuring some of her best-known songs the film celebrates the voice the capacity for love and the sheer pizazz of the world’s greatest entertainer the film stars Renee Zellweger and with 19 new documentaries premiering at this year’s film fest to saan there’s something for everyone here’s three of the films that would debut in October the 10th through the 12th downtown see if shadows tell the story of the endangered vaquita who live it only at the Sea of Cortez in Mexico the birth of iconic music television station MTV is told in the new documentary I want my MTV who is the mysterious clown terrorizing people in southern Florida wrinkles the clown is an innovative film that digs into the mystery and the man behind the mask I’m herb Stratford news 4 Tucson

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