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EPISODE FOUR: Saturday, Oct. 21, 11 p.m.

The Golf War: The dirty truth behind a refined sport. The LA Times called this documentary "a bombshell of an expose." Filipino citizens resist takeover of their land for the construction of a golf course, resulting in a political battle with developers and the Filipino government. Matt DeVries, Jen Schradie

Honduran Hope: This documentary breaks with the American myth that developing countries are in hopeless despair. In fact, it shows the unbroken spirit among the poverty- and disease-stricken people of Honduras. Lou Buttino

EPISODE FIVE: Saturday, Oct. 28, 11 p.m.

Crawdad Slip: Documents the life and work of Sid Luck, a fifth generation potter in Seagrove, N.C., whose handmade goods have endured the last century of technology. Jim Sharkey

The Spider Ballet: An experimental short film where strangers share a tragic dream. Karen Price

A Step Removed: As a woman waits for her photos of Bombay to develop, she travels there through her imagination. Radha Vatsal

EPISODE SIX: Saturday, Nov. 4, 11 p.m.

Last Night in Hudson: A quiet man breaks out of his small-town life. Kris Baucom

Eddie Noble and the Heroes: He always wanted to be a superhero, now Eddie Noble gets his chance. Danny McBride

Courtesy Call: Telemarketing redemption? A young filmmaker's reaction upon his move to the Bible Belt. Jim Haverkamp

Where is Death?: Three young criminals blame the passing of their friend on Death himself. The film follows their quest for vengeance and the demise of their morals, as if they'd had any. Buckley Hubbard

EPISODE SEVEN: Saturday, Nov. 11, 11 p.m.

What it Was Was Football: 1950s-era film meets Andy Griffith's comic recording, "What it Was Was Football." Highly entertaining, extremely well done. Duncan Brantley

What Boys Want: Decisions, decisions. A boy is hypnotized by the choices of a big, juicy burger and a blonde Betty Doll. This hand-colored wonder was shot on 20-year-old black-and-white film. Roger Beebe

The Interview of Viable Candidate # 27: This quirky short film pokes fun at today's impersonal job market. Chris Walldorf

Linguini Cowboy: Animated character Stickman makes his return in a western showdown with an ironic outcome. David Hardin


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