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Uncertain Terms is a drama from the rising indie director Nathan Silver about a balding, young man from Brooklyn seeking peace at his aunt’s upstate retreat for pregnant teens.

Breaking Glass Pictures

Buster Keaton Silent Film Series

Here comes The General, and, yes, it does deserve your salute. A celebration of the poker-faced silent-film star and director begins Sunday, July 5, and includes a screening (July 12, with live piano accompaniment) of the top-rank, U.S. Civil War-set comedy classic from 1926. (Sundays at 7 p.m. throughout July at Heliconian Hall)

Uncertain Terms

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Set in rural New York State, a smallish drama from the rising indie director Nathan Silver involves a balding, young man from Brooklyn seeking peace at his aunt's upstate retreat for pregnant teens. (Carlton)

Toronto Beaches Film Festival

The festival, in its fourth year, continues to make waves with shorts and features that are ecofriendly and biofriendly, bluesy and jazzy, fun for families and often water-related. (Saturday and Sunday July 4 and 5, Fox Theatre)

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