Suggest Films

We want to know any suggestions you have for films that would be worthwhile to show at Compact Cinema.  Please use the comments section below to submit your suggestions, and we will look into them and get back to you.  Thank you for your input!

14 thoughts on “Suggest Films

  1. Reba Fitzgerald

    I have a suggestion for a future film. Although I have never seen this film myself, the previews seem interesting. It is called “God in the Box”. I think the film talks about different ways to understand God without favoring any particular religion.

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    1. Compact Cinema Post author

      Reba, thank you for suggesting “God in the Box”. That looks very interesting, informative, and relevant to current issues in our society. I’ve added it to our list of films, and will likely show it sometime in the near future. Thanks again for kicking off our audience-submitted suggestions! 🙂

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    1. Compact Cinema Post author

      Thank you Brenda. “Girl Rising” looks great; I will definitely try to get that one! I will also look into “Beyond The Gates”. Thank you for the great suggestions!

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    1. Compact Cinema Post author

      Ron, thank you for the excellent suggestion! It just so happens that I already have a copy of “Seeking the Good Life In America” and have arranged to show it at some point. I’m waiting until we build a larger regular audience at Compact Cinema, as I want a lot of people to see this film, so I don’t have an exact date yet.

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  2. Jacqueline A.

    Fed Up is a new documentary on the food and exercise. The movie’s description: “Everything we’ve been told about food and exercise for the past 30 years is dead wrong. FED UP is the film the food industry doesn’t want you to see. From Katie Couric, Laurie David (Oscar winning producer of AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH) and director Stephanie Soechtig, FED UP will change the way you eat forever.” I contacted Fed Up on screening information for my school, and received this information, “Thanks for your interest in Fed Up! If you are looking to host a screening of 15 people or less you are not required to obtain a public screening license. Please RSVP for our National House Party on September 22nd. If you are interested in setting up a larger screening, please fill out this screening request form. Once received, someone from our team will reach back out with information on the screening license and next steps.” The email contact was emma@picturemotion.com. I would love to see this feel screened locally.

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    1. Compact Cinema Post author

      Thank you Jacqueline, I watched the trailer and it looks good. I’ll look into the details about showing it at Compact Cinema, perhaps even on September 22nd if possible.

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    1. Compact Cinema Post author

      Angela, this film looks really interesting, and will be a great addition to a film series about fracking and pipelines that will be shown soon at the cinema. Thank you for letting me know about this film! 🙂

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