Please join the CA community for our 2019-20 Movie Night on Thursday, January 23, hosted by PACA Parent Education and the Alumni Office. Continuing with this year's theme of Flourishing, there will be three films being screened.
Two of the films are from The Representation Project and examine how gender roles and stereotypes limit our children's ability to flourish. Miss Representation focuses on the social pressures and messaging that girls experience while The Mask You Live In focuses on boys and masculinity. Both films offer thoughtful information and examples for helping children navigate their challenges.
The third film, No Small Matter, is the first feature documentary to explore the critical importance of early childhood education. Written and co-directed by Academy alumnus Greg Jacobs '87, the film presents poignant stories of real children, families and teachers, illustrating the impact of high-quality early childhood experiences. These positive, hopeful stories serve as motivational tools to support children and families.
Please see links below for trailers and to learn more about these three films.
Miss Representation Trailer (2011 Sundance Film Festival Official Selection)
The Mask You Live In - Trailer
No Small Matter | TRAILER for the game-changing documentary on early learning
Miss Representation and The Mask You Live In will be shown in the Dining Hall. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with the films starting at 7:00 sharp and running for approximately 90 minutes. Roundtable discussions will follow each film, and the event ends at 9:00. Food and drinks will be provided. RSVP to email@example.com.
No Small Matter will take place in the Schoedinger Theatre. The showing will begin promptly at 7:00 p.m. and will run for 75 minutes. Afterward, there will be a talk with Jacobs and Colin McGinnis, CEO of South Side Early Learning. To RSVP for No Small Matter, click here.
Movie Night is an adults-only event. Childcare will be available for children through age 12 (all children must be potty trained).