Here are some more Full Frame picks, courtesy of the N & O's lovely pop-culture editor, Adrienne Johnson Martin:
Voices of El-Sayed
1:45 p.m., Cinema Three (Durham Convention Center)
A look at deafness in a city where deafness is practically cool because it has the world's largest deaf community. A child gets a cochlear implant, a teenage girl documents her life on video. Might have been better to follow one story, but still a worthwhile look at an unusual place. A Q & A with the filmmaker will take place afterwards.
4 p.m., Cinema Four (Durham Convention Center)
Poor, faith-filled Indians shave their heads and offer their hair for blessings at temples. Where does that hair go? To an auction where hair extension firms bid on it so Cameron Diaz can look cute on the red carpet. Fascinating with a sly sensibility, it's a look at faith, commerce, beauty standards and wealth in modern India. A Q & A with the filmmaker will take place afterwards.
Milking the Rhino
4:30 p.m., Cinema Three (Durham Convention Center)
If the sight of antelopes getting shot bothers you, this might not be for you. But that's a small part of this illuminating film that explores conservation in Africa, particularly Namibia and Kenya; it's colonial past and its modernization -- or how you teach people who think wildlife is for killing and fields for cattle grazing, how to save grass and run tourist lodges. A Q & A with the filmmaker will take place afterwards. (To be shown after "Eden End.")