Reel Women of the West
Saturday April 24 at 3:00 PM
Idaho Film Foundation Presents
the Children's Film Festival at The Flicks
Thursday, Friday and Saturday April 29, 30, May 1
All films are enlightening and fun,
many with themes of ecology and celebrating diversity. School
screenings will be held Thursday and Friday with Family shows
on Saturday. Tickets will be available in advance and at the
door. This festival is funded, in part, by the City of Boise
Department of Arts and History. A complete film list will be
available soon, some of the films being considered are:
The Secret of Kells (Academy Award nominee: Best Animated
Feature) All Ages
Azur and Asmar (The story of two boys raised in the same
family, one is dark skinned and brown eyed, the other light skinned
and blue eyed) Ages 6 to Adult.
Circus School (Behind the scenes at the Shanghai Circus
School) Ages 12-Adult
Tahaan (A boy from Kashmir learns about life-purpose)
Don't Let it All Unravel (ecology, stewardship) All Ages
Turtle, the Incredible Journey (Amazing live action story
of a loggerhead turtle on a 6,000 mile mission) All Ages
Razzle Dazzle, A Journey Into Dance (Ages 9-Adult)
A Snapshot from the Past
Wednesday, May 19 at 7:30
A giant lake, an ancient river flowing
into that lake, abundant food and exotic species living along
side familiar animals.
This is the scene of a not-so-ancient
land. By studying the layers of sand and fossils found here,
geologists and paleontologists are able to piece together a complete
story of what was happening in Hagerman, Idaho nearly two million
This is the story of ancient Hagerman,
as told by Geologist, Bob Lorkowski and Paleontologist, Phil
Gensler. Ostracods, layers of silt and sand, river channels,
deltas and of course, the Hagerman Horse.
The film will be followed by a Q &
A with the filmmakers and scientists from Hagerman.
Produced by Greg & Rhonda Lorkowski and Peppershock Media.
Tickets are $6.00
Idaho Friends of Jung present
Call Of Life
May 20th at 7:00
This film explores the concept that
if current trends continue, half of all species of plants and
animals living today will be extinct by mid-century. The film's
executive producer David Ulansey (Ph.D., Princeton University)
has taught at U.C Berkeley, Boston Univ., Barnard, Princeton
and other prestigious institutions. The screening will be followed
by a Q & A with Dr. Ulansey. Tickets are $10 at the door.
See www.idahofriendsofjung.org for details.
June 16, 2010
Pride Movie Night