Free Film Screening: King of Devil Island
Pemberton Film Club will be showing internationally award winning, domestic and foreign film screenings at the Pemberton Public Library every third Thursday of the month from 7-9pm.
The film club will be showing the first screening tonight, January 19 from 7 pm to 9 pm starting with "King of Devil's Island". It is a riveting Norwegian Thriller with English subtitles. This is based on a true story about a correctional school for boys on a remote island set in 1915. The photography is exceptional. Please note that this film is for a 14+ audience.
Few things in life are free but this evening is. Come and enjoy the film screening at the Pemberton Public Library and enjoy coffee, tea and cookies provided by the Friends of the Library. The selection of films are chosen by the Film Movement Canada who will be supplying a film every month.
There will be one public screening before it becomes the property of the library. If you missed it and find out that it was smashing, you can get it from the library. The films will be of all different tastes but the Pemberton Film Club assures you they will always leave you with food for thought.
The Mile One Eating House on Portage Road has kindly agreed to be the pre dinner venue and meeting spot prior to the screening of "King of Devil's Island" on January 19 at the library. They are serving The One Mile Burger with potato wedges or salad for $10.00
For more information on the Pemberton Film Club visit the Pemberton Public Library website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: Thursday, January 19, 2012