Community Cinema Screens Film in Fayetteville Sunday
Posted on 12 Oct 2012
In fact, wed love to see you at every screening! Each special screening and community panel discussion will be held at Fayetteville Public Library (401 W. Mountain St.) on Sundays from 2-4 p.m. And were ready to hear from you!
Community Cinema, produced by the Independent Television Service, features sneak peeks and special community screenings of films broadcasted on the award-winning PBS series Independent Lens.
And these exciting films are designed to inspire discussion and action! After each screening (generally held on a monthly basis), a discussion with leading community-based organizations, special guest speakers, interactive workshops, local resources and other programming is held to help you learn more about the topics and to find out how you can get involved in your community!
This season, Community Cinema is taking on controversial issues from current news headlines through films like this months As Goes Janesville. In this special screening, youll see a three-year chronicle about the debate of the future of Americas middle class. Youll also hear from community representatives about what these issues mean for Fayetteville, northwest Arkansas and our state as a whole. Panelists speaking this month will include Dr. Margaret Reid, professor and chair of political science at the University of Arkansas; Chung Tan, manager of economic development for Fayetteville; and Susanna Brinnon, resource support specialist for the Arkansas Workforce Center.
Upcoming films also include Love Free or Die, a portrait of Gene Robinson the first openly gay elected bishop in the high church traditions of Christendom, and Soul Food Junkies, a thoughtful look into the black communitys love affair with soul food, the dishes significance and their health consequences.
ITVSs Community Cinema series also continues to align its programming with the Women and Girls Lead initiative a multiyear public media initiative to focus, educate and connect citizens worldwide in support of the issues facing women and girls. Three upcoming programs focusing on gender equity and women and girls leadership will be featured this season, including Solar Mamas, Wonder Women: The Untold Story of American Superheroines and The Revolutionary Optimists.
Want to learn more about ways you can get engaged with the content and issues presented at Community Cinema? Come see us this Sunday at 2 p.m., or visit communitycinema.org to check out the embeddable Take Action widgets, monthly opinion pols, national event listings and individual city pages!
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