Films

Dystopian films, like The Hunger Games, are typically set in the future in a society where the government is corrupt or ineffectual. The world within the film often has nightmare-like qualities, though it also usually includes elements of contemporary society. Often, dystopian films function as a warning against some element of contemporary society.

Join us for the following dystopian films:

Hunger Games on the big screen @ the Arena: Saturday October 13

AI Artifical Intelligence (rated PG-13)
City Lake Park, Albemarle
September 29 @ dusk

Union County Film Fest – films to be announced
Old Armory Community Center, Monroe
September 22 @ 6:00

I Am Legend (rated PG-13)
Village Park Amphitheater, Kannapolis
September 22 @ dusk

Film Festival
Rowan Public Library; Salisbury
Wall-E   September 4 @ 6:30
In Time   October 2 @ 6:30
I Am Legend   October 9 @6:30
all movies rated PG-13 or less; popcorn and lemonade served at each movie

Wall-E (rated G)
October 6 @ 2:00
I Am Legend (rated PG-13)
October 15 @ 2:00
Stanley County Public Library, Albemarle

Film Festival
October 6
Fahrenheit 451 (unrated) @ 10:00 am
AI: Artificial Intelligence (rated PG-13) @ 2:00 pm
Concord Library, Concord

Discussion Panel of Film Extras
Modern Film Fest is presenting a discussion panel that will include local actors who worked in “The Hunger Games” as extras. The discussion panel will be held Saturday October 6 @ 2:00 pm during Modern Film Fest which is held each October at the historic Gem Theatre in Kannapolis. For more information on the discussion panel and the festival visit www.modernfilmfest.net

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