Salt Lake Film Society: Now Showing
SPECIAL SCREENINGS & EVENTS
KCPW Logo”An Inconvenient Truth” opening-night screening and Panel Discussion. Panel Discussion will be recorded for broadcast and is sponsored by KCPW Community Radio.
Broadway, Fri 6/16, 7:00 PM screening
Tickets on sale now at the Broadway box office. Regular adult admission price of $7.75, no discounts or passes for this screening.
This is *THE MOST IMPORTANT* thing you can do at 7:00 PM tomorrow night. Please be there. You need to see this film, and you need to be a part of this discussion.
Please be there tomorrow night for the 7:00PM showing, or if this doesn’t work there is a 12:05, 12:45, 2:50, 4:00, 4:55, 6:00, as well as 9:30 and 10:05
Please. We all need to see this film and, if possible, discuss the issues and what it is we can do to start making the necessary changes such that we can have even the smallest of hope of having much of a planet left at the end of this century. It’s weird to think of it like this, but its a very realistic proposition that our children will still be alive at the turn of the next century.
Well, I guess that all depends…
Please come see this movie tomorrow.
Here is the Trax schedule. The theatre is One and One Third (1 1/3) blocks from the Gallivan Center stop.
Here is a map with a pushpin note marking the Broadway Theatre (111 E. 300 S., SLC, UT)
Here are the showtimes again,
12:05, 12:45, 2:50, 4:00, 4:55, 6:00, 7:00PM, 9:30 and 10:05
Sometime. Anytime. Tell your boss your sick. Tell your boss to contact me if he/she has a problem with letting you off work. If all else fails, quit. I promise, the heat you receive from your boss is nothing like the heat you may end up dealing with in the not too distant future. I’m not trying to be sarcastic, or funny. Please just come see it, no matter what.
NOTE: After viewing this film and participating in tomorrows discussion I will be walking the three blocks back to my home, writing the final pieces of a paper I have been writing, and launching a new project as the result. This may be the most important project I am ever a part of during the course of my entire life.
I guess we’ll find out.