Free Online Documentary Film Series – Starts May 24

The Pennington Public Library and Bullfrog Films proudly present a series of FREE online screenings of three documentaries with topics including food waste, the trend to giant houses and the exploration of women’s experiences in the world.

Each of the three films will be available to stream for one week, followed by an online discussion with local experts on the topics examined in the films. The online screenings begin on Sunday, May 24, 3pm ET through Sunday, July 26, 2020 (One film per month). This online screening series is FREE and open to the public!

Film Screening Schedule & Access: 

One Big Home
Trophy homes threaten Martha’s Vineyard. When he feels he is complicit in wrecking the place he calls home, one carpenter takes off his tool belt and picks up a camera. For more information about ONE BIG HOME, read the synopsis and watch the trailer.
Free streaming: Sunday, June 21, 3 pm ET to June 28
Discussion: Eric Holtermann, HMR Architects, Sunday, June 28, 3 pm ET
WATCH THE MOVIE. Available Starting June 21 @ 3 pm; Password to View Films: PB@pC1
SIGN UP FOR THE LIVE DISCUSSION. We’ll send you a Zoom link.

Catching Sight of Thelma & Louise
Explores the same women’s and men’s reactions to the groundbreaking film, THELMA & LOUISE, 25 years ago and today. For more information about CATCHING SIGHT OF THELMA & LOUISE, read the synopsis and watch the trailer.
Free streaming: Sunday, July 19, 3 pm ET to July 26
Discussion: TBA, Sunday, July 26, 3 pm ET
WATCH THE MOVIE. Available Starting July 19 @ 3 pm; Password to View Films: PB@pC1
SIGN UP FOR THE LIVE DISCUSSION. We’ll send you a Zoom link.


Completed Films:

Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story
Filmmakers and food lovers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of food waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge. For information about JUST EAT IT, read the synopsis and watch the trailer
Free streaming: Sunday, May 24, 3 pm ET to May 31
Discussion: Dr. Xenia K. Morin, Rutgers University Department of Plant Biology, Sunday, May 31, 3 pm ET