Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Thursday night at MoRUS: The FBI expose '1971'
As noted last month, The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space (MoRUS) is hosting Movies @ MoRUS, a monthly film series exploring themes such as social justice and political reform.
Playing tomorrow night:
• Thursday, March 17 — "1971," dir. Johanna Hamilton, 2014, 80 min.
"On March 8, 1971, The Citizens' Commission to Investigate the FBI, a group of ordinary citizens, breaks into a small FBI office in Pennsylvania, takes every file, and exposes the FBI's illegal surveillance and intimidation of citizens."
Upcoming Movies @ MoRUS include:
• Thursday, April 21 — "Garbage Warrior," dir. Oliver Hodge, 2007, 86 min. In honor of Earth Day, "Garbage Warrior" follows U.S. architect Michael Reynolds and his mission to introduce radical sustainable housing to the masses.
• Thursday, May 19 — "Food Inc.," dir. Robert Kenner, 2008, 94 min. The documentary examines how big corporations influence all aspects of food production in the United States.
Movies @ Morus, which play the third Thursday of the month, are free to the public but a suggested donation of $5 is appreciated. Showtime is 7 p.m. at MoRUS, 155 Avenue C between East Ninth Street and East 10th Street.
Posted by Grieve at 4:10 AM
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Food, Inc. is such a great movie; I just wish they were showing it in a double bill with Forks Over Knives.
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