2023-2024 SCREENINGS

December 7th, 2023: “40 Below: The Toughest Race in the World”  Directed by Marius Anderson and Produced by Melody Gilbert

February 1st, 2024 “Holy Frit” Directed by Justin Monroe.

March 7th, 2024 Oscar Nominated Short Documentary Films

2022-2023 SCREENINGS

Tuesday December 6th, 2022: HALLELUJAH: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song.  Directed by Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine

February 2nd, 2023 Mission: JOY.  Directed by Louie Psihoyos and Peggy Callahan (co-director)

March 2nd, 2023 Oscar Nominated Documentary Shorts

2021-2022 SCREENINGS

September 23rd: Hunger Ward by Michael Scheuerman and Skye Fitzgerald This screening will occur in Burris Park.

October 7th: The COOP Wars by Deacon Warner (indoors at Marine Village Hall)

November 4th: “Say His Name” by Cy Dodson

December 2nd: “Breaking Trail” by Jesse Roesler (capacity limited to 50.  RSVP)

January 6th: cancelled due to COVID

February 3rd: cancelled due to COVID

June 2nd: “Conducting Life” by Diane Moore

2020-2021 SCREENINGS

All 2020-2021 screenings were cancelled due to COVID

2019-2020 SCREENINGS

October 3rd: Love Them First by Lindsey Seavert & Ben Garvin

November 7th: Career Retrospective films by Gayle Knutson

December 5th: Decoding the Driftless by George Howe and Tim Jacobsen

January 2nd: THE INTERPRETERS Directed by Sofian Khan & Andres Cabalerro.  Produced by Mark Steele

February 6th: The Biggest Little Farm Directed by John Chester



All screenings occur at 7PM, and refreshments and snacks are available free of charge

October 4th: Risking Light by Dawn Mikkelson

November 1st: Silicon Soul by Melody Gilbert

December 6th: Time For Ilhan by Norah Shapiro

January 3rd: Beneath the Ink, The Ragman, My Last Breath by Cy Dodson

February 7th: Science Fair by Darren Foster and Cristina Costantini



October 5th: “I Do” by Joe Brandmeier

November 2nd: “Church of Felons” by Jordan Mederich

December 1st: In-Progress Jacob Wetterling Documentary screening by Chris Newberry & Norah Shapiro

January 4th: Alive & Kickin’ by Susan Glatzer

February 1st: “Most Likely To Succeed” by Greg Whiteley