Sedona Film Fest Winner Sunday, Nov. 29 3:30 & 7:00 p.m. Bengal Theater Admission is FREE Inspired by true events, this Australian film award winner is a story of redemption, the discovery of hope and the healing of the spirit - in the most unlikely place for the most unlikely men, as Hugo Weaving and Don Hany star in this story about a prisoner assigned to a farm designed to rehabilitate injured birds. All are welcome to attend. Due to accents, there will be subtitles at this film.
Note- Potluck & trailer party is at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 29, between showings of "Healing." You can help pick movies for next year. Bring a dish or dessert to share. We will have refrigeration for those coming to early movie. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Join our list for updates by sending a note to: PocatelloFilmSociety@gmail.com -------------------------------- The mission of the Pocatello Film Society is to show insightful films that offer something in the way of deepening our understanding of life, of people, of history, and the human condition. Too often, local theaters favor the Hollywood machine of mind numbing, repetitive, cringe inducing movies. The Pocatello Film Society seeks to show films that will inspire or provoke thought.
Our prices are also a breath of fresh air, with tickets and concession prices that won't make you gasp. Imagine tickets to the show, along with popcorn, drink, and candy, all for less than the price of a ticket at a regular theater. We make that a reality.
So come see us soon and join our growing community of independent film lovers at the Pocatello Film Society, hosted in conjunction with IPSA at ISU's Bengal Theater. -------------------------