We’re always happy to let the community know when there are fantastic and FREE events out and about town. Tonight, you can head on down to the Boulder Public Library (1000 Canyon Blvd.) and catch a completely free screening fo the film “Three Cubans.” The show begins tonight at 6:30pm and runs until 8:30pm.
Want the scoop on the film? Here are the details from the library’s website:
In 1963 & 1964 Robert Carl Cohen became the first US filmmaker authorized by both the US State Department & the Cuban Foreign Ministry to record the daily lives of lower, middle and former economic upper-class Cubans. His films, which include close-ups of Fidel Castro and Ernesto “Che” Guevara, provide an unprecedented insight into the early years of that nation which, under the leadership of Raoul Castro is currently opening up to US tourism. The filmmaker answers questions after the screening.
The film is 56 minutes long.
All films screenings at the Boulder Public Library are always free. If you have teenage children, you might want to check out the Teen Film series. This series is exclusively for middle and high school aged teens only and even includes pizza and snacks before the films. Stop by the Boulder Public Library movies page to see the schedule and times for all of the upcoming films. Here are just a few of the upcoming dates and titles:
Teen Film Nexus Series
July 1 – Life of Pi (5-7pm)
July 8 – Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (5-7pm)
July 15 – The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (5-7pm)
July 22 – Flipped (5-7pm)