Wintertime lockdown is no fun and the events of the world can be exhausting. So take a break and treat yourself to a cinematic escape with guidance from folks who really know movies. Tune in Wednesday, Jan. 27th at 7 PM for Pandemic Picks: Movies!
If you’re a movie lover, you probably think you’ve streamed everything good by now, but not so fast. There are amazing discoveries out there to explore, and the Pandemic Picks panel is ready to help you find your next favorite movie.
- SJ Chiro, Filmmaker
- Mónica Guzmán, Author, Columnist, & Cofounder of the Evergrey
- Lisa Palmatier, Director, ShoreLake Arts Gallery
Sometimes a well-timed movie break is just good self-care. So get great movie recommendations from local luminaries and content experts in this short, fun event, part of Third Place Commons TPC At Home series of online programs.
REGISTER HERE for Pandemic Picks: Movies!
And if you love talking movies, join the TPC Movie Club. Stream the monthly picks from home, then log in on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 PM to discuss the featured selection and other good flicks with fellow movie lovers.
The next meeting of the TPC Movie Club will take place on Tuesday, February 9th when the group will discuss “Blinded by the Light.” It’s the joyful true story of a Pakistani teen in 1980s England who, faced with economic hardship and racial prejudice, discovers the music of Bruce Springsteen, and through Bruce, the inspiration to find his own voice as a writer.
What the critics say: “Like a life-affirming rock anthem, Blinded by the Light hits familiar chords with confidence and flair, building to a conclusion that leaves audiences cheering for an encore.”
The film is rated PG-13, is free to watch for Cinemax subscribers, and can be rented or purchased through most major streaming services.
Register here for the TPC Movie Club.
If books are your preferred escape, join the Commons Community Book Club, which meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 5 PM. At the upcoming session on Feb. 17th, the group will be discussing “The Clockmaker’s Daughter” by Kate Morton.
This bestselling novel is a mystery that unfolds across time. It’s the tale of an abandoned girl who grows up to be a thief turned artist’s muse in Victorian England, and of a long buried mystery unearthed 150 years later when a modern day archivist makes an unexpected discovery. So get reading and join the conversation!
Register here to join the Commons Community Book Club.