Film in the Community: Celebration of Black History Month
In honor of Black History Month, Rocky Mountain Women’s Film is proud to present Film in the Community. This free screening is open to the public and a great opportunity to introduce your friends to the wonderful and thought-provoking films found in our Madelyn Osur Film Library.
All seating for Film in the Community events are first come, first served. Please let us know you are coming, so we can plan for this event. There is no need to print or bring your ticket with you to the event. Just arrive 15 minutes before the screening to secure your seat.
Screening sponsored by Michelle Blessing, ERA Shields
SKID ROW MARATHON
Directed by Mark Hayes
When a criminal court judge starts a running club on LA’s notorious skid row and trains a motley group of addicts and criminals to run marathons, lives begin to change. SKID ROW MARATHON follows five runners as they rise from the mean streets of LA to run marathons around the world, fighting the pull of homelessness and addiction at every turn. Their story is one of hope, friendship, and dignity. (85 min)
Join us for a discussion after the film.