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Super Cinema @Central

The theme for March is Films about Women, Directed by Women in honor of Women's History Month.  On March 21, we’ll show Enough Said (2013 / 98 min. / dir. Nicole Holofcener) in which a divorced masseuse meets a sweet, funny man, and begins a relationship, not realizing that a new client, a self-identified poet who gossips nonstop, is her new boyfriend’s ex-wife. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Gandolfini.

This free event takes place in the 3rd Floor Community Meeting Room

Super Cinema @Central

The theme for March is Films about Women, Directed by Women in honor of Women's History Month.  On March 14, we’ll show Wadjda (2012 / 98 min. / dir. Haifaa Al Mansour) in which a spirited 11-year-old girl in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, sets her heart on a green bicycle in a store she passes every day, but her family and culture disapprove of bike-riding for girls, so she devises clever, albeit forbidden, ways to earn the bike’s price herself.

This free event takes place in the 3rd Floor Community Meeting Room

Super Cinema @Central

The theme for March is Films about Women, Directed by Women in honor of Women's History Month.  On March 7, we’ll show Waitress (2007 / 104 min. / dir. Adrienne Shelly) a film about a waitress at Joe’s Pie Diner who is tasked by curmudgeonly Joe (Andy Griffith) with creating specialty pies. She christens “Bad Baby Pie” after learning she’s pregnant by her controlling husband - and steps up her search for the proverbial “way out.”

This free event takes place in the 3rd Floor Community Meeting Room

Rescue at Pine Ridge@CentralCMR

Los Angeles Author and Filmmaker Erich Martin Hicks will visit the library to discuss his novel Rescue at Pine Ridge. Rescue at Pine Ridge is a fictionalized account of the rescue of the 7th Cavalry by the “Buffalo Soldiers” of the 9th Cavalry at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The author will show a short film detailing the events followed by a Q & A with the audience.This event will take place in the Library's 3rd Floor Meeting Room.

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