One from TriCoast: Bombshells & Dollies – Interesting documentary sheds light on misunderstood pin up girl culture

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Celebrating pin up culture and all things vintage, the annual Miss Viva Las Vegas Pin Up Contest sees 1950s enthusiasts battle it out onstage out for the chance to win the coveted crown. We follow twelve contestants from all over the world as they prepare for the biggest day of their lives in sunny Las … Continue reading One from TriCoast: Bombshells & Dollies – Interesting documentary sheds light on misunderstood pin up girl culture

One from TriCoast: My Hindu Friend – Deeply personal reflection on living life while facing death shines in parts

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Cancer-ridden film director Diego is sent to the US for bone marrow transplant surgery, uprooting his new wife Livia (Maria Fernanda Cândido) and throwing his family into chaos. Battling daily pain and potential death, Diego connects with a little boy (Rio Adlakha) also undergoing cancer treatment. Could his new friend be the key to surviving … Continue reading One from TriCoast: My Hindu Friend – Deeply personal reflection on living life while facing death shines in parts

One from TriCoast: Finding Santa – An old fashioned, wholesome Christmas tale which is ideal for young children

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Julius, orphaned as a baby, loves Christmas with all his heart, no matter who says otherwise. But even the sternest faith in Santa can be tested – and when Julius is told Saint Nick isn’t real, he must embark on an adventure to rediscover his Christmas spirit and save the holiday from darkness. Christmas movies … Continue reading One from TriCoast: Finding Santa – An old fashioned, wholesome Christmas tale which is ideal for young children