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What's Showing In Independent, Foreign & Documentary Film, June 7

A family man has a dark side… as a Mafia hitman, and one actress turns the camera on her own family as she searches for her biological father. 

On Friday's Up to Date, our indie, foreign and documentary films critics review the latest movies to hit local screens.

Here are the films our critics discussed:

Love Is All You Need
Stories We Tell
Tiger Eyes
Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf's
Frances Ha
What Maisie Knew
At Any Price
The Iceman
Kon Tiki
In The House
Reluctant Fundmentalist

Upcoming film events:

Off-the-Wall 2013 - Paul Rudd: Hometown Hero /Kansas City Public Library

Kenneth Branagh's Film Version of The Magic Flute / Tivoli

Kansas City LGBT Film Festival / Tivoli

UMKC Department of Film and Media Arts Summer Musical Series / Tivoli

Gathr Preview Series / Glenwood Arts 

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