Final Schedule Announced!


We’re so jazzed about our final line-up to finish the 2016 Film Series: Getting Local. Doors always open at 6:00pm, Speaker/Panel at 6:30pm. It’s not too late to get involved and become a co-sponsor. See you there!

Friday, Sept. 2

“How to Let Go of the World, And Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change”

Philadelphia Street Playhouse

725 Philadelphia St, Indiana, PA 15701

This visually striking account of local environmental problems and solutions across the world is the latest from the director of the 2014 film Gasland. Directed by Josh Fox, Gasland I and II traced the effects of fracking, and was considered a major influence in the debate environmental protection in Pennsylvania and New York. We’re also going to be treated to a sneak preview of an upcoming film that tracks grassroots organizing in Indiana County, from Tea Parties to Hellbenders!

Co-sponsors: Evergreen Conservancy, IUP E.C.O. Club

Friday, Sept. 30

“The Mask You Live In”

Philadelphia Street Playhouse

725 Philadelphia St, Indiana, PA 15701

From the Representation Project, and the folk that brought Miss. Representation, this 1015 release explores how our culture’s narrow definition of masculinity is harming our boys, men, and society at large and unveils what we can do about it.

Co-sponsor: The CARE Center


Fri 10/28 

“Invisible Hand” 

IUP Humanities and Social Sciences Building

921 Grant Street, Indiana, PA

Through the lens of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in one of the largest fossil fuel extraction zones in the United States, we uncover a series of stories that challenge our conventional views of economy, human rights, and democracy. This is the latest project from IUP Alum Melissa Troutman’s production company, Public Herald

Co-sponsor: IUP Sustainability Studies Program