FREE movies on Tuesday nights at Hawthorne Library
Presented by Sustainable Atwood and The Natural Step Monona
September 17, 2013
Guest Speaker: Dane County TimeBank
6:00 – 8:00 pm
Join us for a brief discussion before the film at 6pm. Movie begins at 6:25pm.
2707 E Washington Ave Madison, WI 53704
Movie Info: “Detroit’s story has encapsulated the iconic narrative of America over the last centuryâ€” the Great Migration of African Americans escaping Jim Crow; the rise of manufacturing and the middle class; the love affair with automobiles; the flowering of the American dream; and now . . . the collapse of the economy and the fading American mythos. With its vivid, painterly palette and haunting score, DETROPIA sculpts a dreamlike collage of a grand city teetering on the brink of dissolution. These soulful pragmatists and stalwart philosophers strive to make ends meet and make sense of it all, refusing to abandon hope or resistance. Their grit and pluck embody the spirit of the Motor City as it struggles to survive postindustrial America and begins to envision a radically different future.” — Synopsis from DetropiaTheFilm.com
Guest speaker info: Dane County TimeBank — We are a caring and interconnected community of people who help each other by sharing our abilities, talents, and experiences. By both giving and receiving, we learn to appreciate the value of each and every member and also come to believe in the value of our own contributions. Instead of separating our community into those who need and those who provide, we recognize that we all have needs and gifts to share. When you provide a service for another member, you earn one TimeBank Hour for each hour you spent providing the service â€“ everyones time and talents are valued equally. You can exchange each TimeBank Hour you earn for an hour of service from someone else.
These free film screenings are part of Sustainable Atwoods Green Thursdays film series. Green Tuesdays & Thursdays are brought to you at various locations in Dane County by The Natural Step Monona, and supported by the Madison Gas & Electric Foundation, the Dane County Environmental Council, and Richard and Judy Fritz.