WEEKLY DOCUMENTARY SERIES TO BE SHOWN AT THE LONE PINE FILM MUSEUM – Controversy Comes To The Owens Valley From January To April
Beginning in January, the Lone Pine Film Museum will be hosting a fifteen week-long series of documentary film screenings and discussions. The selected films will cover a multitude of topics including geopolitics, government corruption, the financial industy, environmental issues, social issues, healthcare, conspiracy theories, secret societies and alleged cover-ups. The event is open to the public for free.
The theme of the film series is controversy and challenging the status quo, designed to invoke discussion and debate on the materials covered in each film. The series includes films by Michael Moore, Al Gore, Peter Joseph, Dylan Avery and other provocative filmmakers.
Screenings will begin at 6pm every Tuesday night, and include a discussion forum after each film until 9pm. The event schedule is as follows:
Jan. 24 – Food Inc.
Jan. 31 – Sicko
Feb. 7 – Gasland
Feb. 14 – An Inconvenient Truth
Feb. 21 – Fahrenheit 9/11
Feb. 28 – Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup
Mar. 6 – Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers
Mar. 13 – Zeitgeist I
Mar. 20 – Zeitgeist II: Addendum
Mar. 27 – Invisible Empire: A New World Order Defined
Apr. 3 – Camp FEMA: American Lockdown
Apr. 10 – The Day Before Disclosure
Apr. 17 – Thrive