Millburn, NJ Public Library to Host Series of Family-Friendly Films

Millburn, NJ Public Library

Millburn, NJ Public Library

Starting this past Saturday, 1/18/14, the Free Public Library in Millburn, NJ began “Weird Worlds”, its series of family-friendly movies. The library will continue to host these films monthly through April 26. The film series is a joint venture between the Millburn, NJ Free Public Library and the Millburn-Short Hills Arts Advisory Committee

Prior to each film being shown, it will be introduced and a discussion of the film will follow for those attendees who are interested. Those who attend the films are welcome to bring their own snacks. Movies are free to the public and begin at 2 pm.

Below the Millburn, NJ Free Public Library offers insight into each film being shown:

From the Library:

On February 15, “Koyaanisqatsi”, a film by director Godfrey Reggio, will be shown. How do you tell a story without any words, characters or plot? This groundbreaking film takes the audience from outer space to untouched desert beauty to the bustle of Las Vegas. Translated as “Life out of balance “ in the Hopi language, Koyaanisqatsi’s experimental ride is accompanied by a soundtrack by Philip Glass. Recommended for ages 11 and up.

On March 15, “ A Trip to the Moon” and “The Lost World” take us back to the beginning days of filmmaking – and science fiction. Georges Méliès’ classic tale of space travel from 1902 is paired with this precursor to Jurassic Park from 1925, in gloriously restored black and white. Recommended for ages 5 and up.

April 26 brings cult classic “Fantastic Planet” to the library. Hand drawn stop-action animation is used to tell the story of humans who are pets to 40 foot aliens. A groovy soundtrack and some weighty themes give this film from 1973 a long-lasting reach. Recommended for ages 12 and up.

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