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A Universe of Stories: SciFi Film Fest

Explore new worlds with us as we revisit some of the Best Science Fiction films ever made, at the Downtown Library. Whether it's brain-bending alternate realities, far away galaxies, or invading alien life forms, prepare to have your mind blown!

Moon (2009)
The promising debut from director Duncan Jones (David Bowie’s son) is basically a one-man show for star Sam Rockwell, who plays the lone operator of a moon-based mining outpost. Nearing the end of his three-year shift, the guy starts to have problems. Not just the loneliness and stunning boredom you'd expect from solo life on the moon; more like big fractures in his life, which reveal far more troubling facts about his existence. The brilliant Rockwell is aided by the voice of Kevin Spacey as the outpost's AI helper, and by a minimal but effective score from Clint Mansell. A true space oddity in filmdom.  

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Date:
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Time:
6:00pm - 8:30pm
Location:
Copper Room South
Campus:
Downtown
Categories:
  * Adults     Art, Culture, Film & Music     Summer Reading Program