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Best Of Awards
Food of the Gods (NR)
- 5 pm
Scream and Scream Again (R)
- 7 pm
Show & Tell: Timothy Geraghty / Tim Burns / Kate Mccabe (NR)
- 6 pm
- 8:15 pm
Sixth of the World (Shestaya chast mira) (NR)
- 4 pm
The Vampire Lovers (NR)
- 9 pm