Three engaging alterative films will be shown this fall, as part of the Innisfail Library Film Circuit.
Easy Virtue, about a young man from a staid English family who falls madly in love with a sexy and rather forward American, will be shown on Sunday, Sept. 13.
Cairo Time, about a married Canadian woman who inadvertently falls for her dashing Egyptian guide, runs on Sunday, Oct. 18. And Taking Woodstock, an Ang Lee film about a real-life family that played a pivotal role in launching the famed 1969 arts and music festival, will run on Sunday, Nov. 8.
All films will be shown at 7:30 p.m. at the historic Century Theatre in downtown Innisfail.
The Innisfail Library Film Circuit was set up to bring to town a variety of films that otherwise might not be seen by the viewing public, and to raise funds for the media room of the soon-to-be-built Innisfail library. It’s now in its second season.
Season memberships are available at the door. Tickets for non-members are $8, members $7 and youth $4.
For more information, call 403-598-9481.