Each month, members of our group meet to discuss the selected film and to choose a film for the following month. Films are generally documentaries about a topic of interest to the League, but at times we may also select a dramatic film, such as Nomadland, if we feel it is particularly well-done. 

We encourage you to join us in viewing these fine films, and to enjoy our lively conversations over Zoom. Discussions are casual and informal, and help to keep our feeling of community strong in this time of social distancing during the COVID-19 restriction.  We also provide a Facebook page to allow members to share film recommendations, comments about the films, and recommend related resources to explore our topic in more depth.

Our film discussion group is meets on the fourth Thursday of the month at 7 pm over Zoom. Check the calendar for the Zoom link. Visitors are welcome! Please contact Nan Fuller for meeting details.

October's Selection 

The Social Dilemma

This film was nominated for seven Emmy’s, and ultimately won two. ABC New’s Mark Kennedy called it "an eye-opening look into the way social media is designed to create addiction and manipulate our behavior, told by some of the very people who supervised the systems at places like Facebook, Google, and Twitter."

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Past Months' Selections