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Panel | Maltin on Movies Podcast LIVE

Legendary film critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter Jessie love talking movies with people who share their enthusiasm. Meet some interesting TCFF guests and hear Leonard and Jessie’s recommendations on unsung movies you ought to know about when they do their popular Nerdist podcast live from Traverse City.
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Panel | One Great Movielover Can Change the World

Am Evidence,” “A River Below,” and other TCFF 2017 films will talk about the ways the subjects in their movies changed the world, and the way their movies have in turnchanged them and their audiences. Hosted by Ira Deutchman, one of the world’s best-known producers, distributors, and marketers of independent films.
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Panel | The Comedy Panel

There’s almost no pain a good belly laugh can’t ease, so join us for an evening with our most entertaining filmmakers and guests wisecracking about their films, their careers, the funny business of making comedy, and hilarious tangents that happen to run through their heads. Featuring Samm Levine (“Freaks and Geeks”), comedian Sean Jordan, Gilbert Gottfried (“Gilbert”), and funny filmmakers—and hosted by TCFF fan-favorite Doug Benson, who is VERY excited he no longer has to host the comedy panel at 9:30 am—our ever-popular panel on all things funny will deliver a healthy dose of the best medicine.
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Panel | What’s Up, Doc?

In times when universally agreed upon facts become “fake news,” one important antidote is a huge dose of nonfiction. In our annual doc panel, filmmakers discuss the trials, tribulations, rewards, and consequences of creating their art, shining light on important and often controversial subjects, bringing truth to the people. Hosted by Thom Powers, documentary programmer for the Toronto International Film Festival.
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Panel | Who Will Protect the Water?

The fight for basic water rights continues in Standing Rock over the Dakota Access Pipeline, and in Flint, where rampant water contamination plagues an entire community. Underlying these battles are profound questions of democracy—who controls policy in the US: corporations or citizens? What is the way forward in the intersecting struggles for indigenous sovereignty and environmental justice? Representatives from Flint, filmmakers Myron Dewey, Josh Fox and James Spione and subject Doug Good Feather from “Awake, A Dream from Standing Rock,” and members of the GT Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians will tackle these tough questions.
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