Starting Sunday, the Fargo Public Library will host a four-part film series featuring movies from the 1970s at the downtown Main Library. “American Cinema in the Uneasy 1970s” will open with a screening of the film “Deliverance” (1972, rated R) on Sunday, April 9, starting at 2 p.m. in the Community Room. Other films and dates in the series include:
- April 23 – “American Graffiti” (1973, PG)
- April 30 – “Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore” (1974, PG)
- May 7 – “Network” (1976. R)
Local film historian and former Concordia College film professor Tony McRae, along with local film critic and film enthusiast Matt Olien, selected the films. A brief discussion of the films will follow each screening. All films start at 2 p.m. in the Library’s Community Room. All ages are welcome, but these films are most appropriate for those ages 12 and older. Free popcorn will be served at all films. For details, contact the Main Library Information Desk at 701-241-1492 or email Lori West at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fargo Public Library events are free and open to the public. Adults must accompany children younger than 10 years. For more information regarding the Fargo Public Library and a list of upcoming events, call the Information Desk at 701-241-1492 or visit www.fargolibrary.org.
The Fargo Public Library is on the free and convenient LinkFM route. Go to www.GoLinkFM.com for details.