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Advance tickets for programs at this venue are for sale online through Brown Paper Tickets. In the “Search Events” box, enter either the name of the film or SLIFF. There is a service charge of approximately $1.50 per ticket. Print your receipt and present it at the box office to obtain tickets.

3224 Locust Ave.

130 seats

Free parking is available in the lot across the street from .ZACK; metered parking (free after 7 p.m. and all day on Sunday) is available on the surrounding streets.

“A Girl Named C” addresses one of the most pervasive and taboo subjects in the United States — child sexual assault. One in three girls before the age of 18 is sexually assaulted in America, and experts estimate up to 50 percent of their perpetrators are other children. “A Girl Named C” powerfully uncovers and then deconstructs the wreckage within a family after the belated revelation that one of its members was sexually assaulted by a classmate — a boy on whom she had a crush — at age 11.

The side of Silicon Valley you never see, “General Magic” is a tale of how great vision and epic failure can change the world. Spun out from Apple in 1990 to create the “next big thing,” General Magic shipped the first handheld wireless personal communicator in 1994. From the first smartphones to social media, e-commerce, and even emoji, the ideas that now dominate the tech industry and our day-to-day lives were born at General Magic. But this was before the Web, before 3G, before Google, before everyone had a mobile phone in their pocket.