Don’t miss this chance to see SELMA — the Oscar nominated film telling the story of the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery march and the efforts of Dr. Martin Luther King (along with many others) to secure the right to vote. The unique opportunity to watch the film in community — followed by a panel discussion — is being sponsored by All Saints in collaboration with FAME (First African Methodist Episcopal) and other community partners.
ArcLight Pasadena | Saturday, January 31 | 10:00 a.m.
Purchase tickets [$13.75 each] online through the ArcLight Theatre box office or at the door (first come, first served).
After the film, you are invited to remain in the theater for a brief discussion to consider the theme of nonviolent social change depicted in the film. Discussion leaders will include Zelda Kennedy, Juliana Serrano and Ed Bacon of All Saints Church and Pastor Kerwin Manning, President of the Clergy Community Coalition of Pasadena.
Please register to attend on the All Saints website or call Stasia Dahlstrom at 626.796.1172 for more information.
The ArcLight Cinemas are located in Paseo Colorado:
336 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, one block south of All Saints Church.