Montana Women For presents movie night

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Enterprise Staff

A local women’s organization began a Friday movie night a few weeks ago, hoping to evoke conversations about class and environmental issues.

Montana Women For, a local activist group, began the movie night at the Livingston-Park County Library on  Oct. 20 and it will be going until Nov. 17.

The past documentary films include “Tomorrow” and “From the Ashes.”

This upcoming Friday will host the movie, “Requiem for an American Dream. The film shows a a series of interviews spanning four years, leftist social critic Noam Chomsky discusses how the concentration of wealth and power among a small elite has polarized American society, according to a Montana Women For press release.

Upcoming is “Prodigal Son” a documentary out of Helena about a star football player turned transgender woman, and the changing dynamics she faced. The film is on Nov. 10.

Then the last film will be “An Inconvenient Sequel,” a follow to the famous “Inconvenient Truth” over ten years ago, the movie looks at the progress the U.S. has made in climate change and energy.

Each film starts at 6:30 p.m. and is followed by a discussion about it. The event is free and open to the public.

For more information about the movies or about Montana Women For, visit MontanaWomenFor.org.

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