Thursday, January 6 – 7:00 pm @ The City Library 210 E. 400 S.
TITICUT FOLLIES (1967), Directed by Frederick Wiseman
Through powerful storytelling, this compelling portrait of a state prison for the criminally insane influenced a generation of filmmakers, and presents a view of the human condition that transcends time and is still relevant today.
Monday, January 10 – 7:00 pm @ The Tower Theatre 831 E. 900 S.
BEAR CITY, Directed by Doug Langway
In this award-winning romantic comedy viewers are given an insider pass to a burly, tight-knit group of New York City friends who are trying to make it through life’s twisted paths and love’s absurdities without getting lost.
Tuesday, January 11 – 7:00 pm @ The City Library 210 E. 400 S.
Three short films from the 2010 Academy Award Doc Shortlist
BORN SWEET, Directed by Cynthia Wade
A boy comes of age in rural Cambodia while struggling with arsenic poisoning and dreaming of becoming a karaoke star.
KILLING IN THE NAME, Directed by Jed Rothstein
Follows Ashraf Al-Khaled, whose wedding day was marred by an Al-Queda suicide bomber, as he speaks with victims and perpetrators to expose the true cost of terrorism.
ONE THOUSAND PICTURES: RFK’s LAST JOURNEY Directed by Jennifer Stoddart
Tells the story of the thousands of people who lined the route as Robert F. Kennedy’s body made it way from New York City to Washington – which provides an extraordinary portrait of American in the 1960s.
Tuesday, January 18 – 7:00 pm @ The City Library 210 E. 400 S.
BAG IT, Directed by Suzan Beraza
Is your life too plastic? BAG IT follows an average American guy who makes a pledge to stop using plastic bags, which leads him to explore the complexities of our plastic world.