All AboutScreenings will be free. Face coverings are encouraged for both vaccinated and unvaccinated guests. The Neville Public Museum is working closely with county authorities to maintain proper sanitation and disinfecting.
All films begin at 7:00pm and are free and open to the public. Screenings on the 1st Wednesday of the month will occur in the auditorium of the Neville Public Museum. Screenings on the 3rd Wednesday of the month will occur at the Tarlton Theater.
All films are free and open to the public and are unrated but intended for a mature audience.
In-Person Screenings at the Neville Public MuseumSeptember 7: Writing with Fire (2021, India).
Writing with Fire tells the story of Khabar Lahariya, the only news agency in India run by Dalit (oppressed-caste) women. Armed with smartphones, these women journalists report from some of the most difficult regions of the country, risking everything to speak truth to power.
Presented by Mark Patel, Luna Cafe
October 5: Chihuly over Venice (2001, USA)
This documentary records a project by acclaimed glass artist Dale Chihuly to create spectacular chandeliers to hang over the canals of Venice. Shown in conjunction with the United Nations International Year of Glass.
Presented by Jeremy Popelka, Popelka Trenchard Glass Studio, Door Co.
November 2: Syndrome X (2021, Italy)
Syndrome X tells the true story of three Roman Catholic doctors who created a fictional highly contagious disease during the Holocaust as a pretense to hide Jews in a Vatican-affiliated hospital.
Sponsored by the Club Italo-Americano of Green Bay
December 7: Barking Water (2009, USA)
Seminole Nation director Sterlin Harjo presents viewers with his own personal Oklahoma, which includes an eclectic mix of humanity. The film chronicles a road trip by a dying man and his former lover across the state to visit friends and his family in Wewoka, the capital of the Seminole Nation.
Presented by J P Leary and Emmy Gibson, UW-Green Bay First Nations Studies
In-Person Screenings at the Tarlton TheaterSeptember 21: Cyrano de Bergerac (1950, USA)
The charismatic swordsman-poet helps another man win over the woman he loves in this first cinematic version of Edmond Rostand’s play. Starring José Ferrer.
October 19: M (1931)
Fritz Lang’s classic murder mystery starring Peter Lorre was his first sound film in Germany. Considered a cinematic classic, Lang himself considered it his greatest work.
November 16: Within our Gates (1920)
Abandoned by her fiancé, an educated black woman with a shocking past dedicates herself to helping a near bankrupt school for impoverished black youth. Directed by Oscar Micheaux, one of the first African-American filmmakers and producers in the U.S.
December 21: A Farewell to Arms (1932)
The first adaptation of Hemingway’s classic 1929 novel about an American driving ambulance for the Italian Army during World War I who falls for a British Red Cross nurse to the displeasure of his jealous commanding officer.
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