David M. Gotz, Landmarks Society Archivist, presents his 50-minute documentary of the events from the Tiburon Peninsula in the 1950s.
At once a moving drama, a breakneck thriller, a gut-wrenching war parable, and a tender love story, Afreen is a film of, and for, our uncertain and tumultuous times.
Don't miss this fascinating film from Irene Chagall that shows girls' hand-clapping games from around the world.
This Diana Paul film tells the life story of midwife Margaret Charles Smith, whose life spanned nearly a century in rural Alabama.
The Jazz Ambassadors tells the little-known story of when America deployed jazz legends to fight on the front lines of the Cold War, giving the Civil Rights Movement a voice on the world stage when it most needed one.
Fun in the park! Watch Disney/Pixar's "Up" with friends and neighbors.
Canobie Films' Michael Arlen Davis and Jyll Johnstone present a fine cut of The Test and the Art of Thinking, a film that examines the SAT test, its value, impact and ramifications.
You’ve read the book for One Book One Marin - now see the movie! The Martian - starring Matt Damon.
Summer movie series for teens!