Join us for fascinating movies and stimulating discussions at home or in McCathran Hall, as the pandemic allows, all without charge.
Stream “Oliver Sacks: His Own Life”, Then Join The Film Society For Discussion Sunday Evening, October 17, 2021
We’ll start off the Film Society’s 2021-2022 season with Oliver Sacks: His Own Life. Stream this documentary at home on the Kanopy streaming service and watch this groundbreaking neurologist and author share his life story, in his own words, then join your neighbors for a discussion on Zoom on Sunday, October 17.
Look for more details on this movie and the Zoom link in the October Bulletin and on the town listserv.
Kanopy is a streaming service provided by Montgomery County Public Libraries to its cardholders, who can view up to 10 films per month free. Kanopy offers independent features, foreign and classic films, and documentaries. Any Internet-connected device, including computers, tablets, and televisions with streaming capability or streaming sticks will work.
Don’t have a library card? You can get one here.
Mimi Bolotin, 301-977-7331, will happily help anyone get a card or use Kanopy.
Postponing No Impact Man
The screening of No Impact Man, planned for September in McCathran Hall, has been postponed indefinitely due to the recent rapid rise of COVID cases. We plan to show this provocative movie in the Hall when it is safe for us all to congregate there.
Finally, Film Society members believe that watching and talking about movies will continue to bring us together and help us get through tough times. We hope you’ll join us this season.
The Washington Grove Film Society thanks our loyal subscribers and everyone who has attended our films. We are grateful for the support of the Town of Washington Grove and the Recreation Committee.