This summer, I'd like to do something a little different with Film Club. In theory, I think it's an awesome idea and one that will work well, in practice, well, let's hope I'm right. The theme for the summer is going to be Documentary Film. What I'd like to do is show two films a month, both will be on a Thursday night. I'm thinking, one film will be on the regular third Thursday and maybe the second one will be on the fourth Thursday, we'll see how it works out. This way, we don't have to stay after hours on a Friday or something, and hopefully everyone will be able to make it to at least one film or the other (or ideally, both!) Each month will have a different theme of sorts. One month is going to be light-hearted films for pure entertainment's sake, another month might be more informative, dealing with such subject matter as the military and the space race. The last month will be two films from the same director, both incredibly emotional films dealing with humans, their motivations and the consequences of their life choices.
Hopefully by this time, the remodeling will be done and we will be able to enjoy these films on a brand new projector, blu ray player and sound system. In the meantime, feel free to come to library and check out our Documentary section. Like the rest of the DVD collection, it is growing at a healthy rate and we have some very great films in there.
Here's a look at the lineup I have planned (click the title for the trailer):
June 20th- The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters
June 27th- Exit Through the Giftshop
July 18th- For All Mankind
July 25th- Restrepo
August 15th- Into the Abyss
August 22nd- Grizzly Man
I'll keep you updated!