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Sean Young comes out with guns blazing in "Send No Flowers," one of the movies of the Gold Coast International Film Festival, which runs Oct. 21 through Oct. 27 at various venues on Long Island's North Shore. Young plays a mob princess who takes over the family business.

North Shore's Gold Coast Film Festival

North Shore's Gold Coast Film Festival will be going on Monday night through Oct. 27 at various venues on the North Shore.

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"Bettie Page Reveals All" offers an intimate look at one of the most popular pin-up queens of the 1950s.

Joe Piscopo, left, plays a down-on-his-luck theater owner
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Joe Piscopo, left, plays a down-on-his-luck theater owner whose only hope to save his business is a mob boss (Paul Sorvino) in "How Sweet It Is."

Sean Young comes out with guns blazing in
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Sean Young comes out with guns blazing in "Send No Flowers," one of the movies of the Gold Coast International Film Festival, which runs Oct. 21 through Oct. 27 at various venues on Long Island's North Shore. Young plays a mob princess who takes over the family business.

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Filmmaker Banker White turns the camera on his
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Filmmaker Banker White turns the camera on his mother, Pam White, who at 61 was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. The film follows her as she works on a book about her mother, artist Marian Steele, in "The Genius of Marian."

After receiving a sweepstakes letter in the mail,
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After receiving a sweepstakes letter in the mail, a cantankerous father (Bruce Dern) thinks he's struck it rich, in "Nebraska."

Jeffrey Gurian, shown, is co-producer of
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Jeffrey Gurian, shown, is co-producer of "The Business of Comedy," a documentary on life as a stand-up.

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"The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers," explores six decades of Israel's history.

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