Innisfail film circuit fall series

Three engaging alterative films will be shown this fall, as part of the Innisfail Library Film Circuit.

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.

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