Join us as our “First Films” features resume on September 6. Our first movie, “The Music Never Stopped,” is a 2011 film based on a true story told in the Oliver Sachs essay “The Last Hippie.” The film follows an estranged father and son reconnecting through a musical bond as the son recovers from damages to his memory from a brain tumor. We’ll meet in the Ammons-Lolley Commons at 7:00 pm on Friday, September 6. Snacks will be provided. Join us for this poignant film and engage in our discussion! Preview the trailer HERE!
Our October 4 feature will be “Philomena,” a 2013 film featuring a woman’s search for her son who was taken away from her at birth when she was forced into a convent. When a haggard journalist learns of her quest, he becomes her ally and travels with her to America to find her son. View the trailer HERE.
Wrapping up our fall series on November 1, we will view the 2008 film “Lovely, Still.” This holiday fable tells the story of an elderly man discovering love for the first time. View the trailer HERE.
Films begin at 7:00 pm in the Ammons-Lolley Commons. All films are free. Please join us for these times of film, fellowship, snacks and fun discussion!