POV Girl Model - Seattle Screening

Join POV, Reel Grrls and The Seattle Public Library for a screening of the provocative new PBS documentary, Girl Model.

Told through the eyes of a 13-year-old Siberian girl and the American scout who discovered her, Girl Model follows a complex global supply chain of young girls sent abroad to seek their fortunes in the unregulated and often murky world of the modeling industry.

Bellevue Library - A Place at the Table - Author John Sundstrom

Chef John Sundstrom author of Lark: Cooking Against the Grain  

Lark: Cooking Against the Grain by Chef John Sundstrom tells the story of Lark restaurant and cooking through the seasons of the Pacific Northwest. Filled with delicious recipes and beautiful photographs the book showcases the local seasonal cuisine that has made Lark a Northwest destination.

KCTS 9 is proud to partner with King County Library System (KCLS) on their meet-the-author series, A Place at the Table.

Auburn Library - A Place at the Table - Author Gianaclis Caldwell

Gianaclis Caldwell author of Mastering artisan cheesemaking: the ultimate guide for home-scale and market producer  

Bellevue Arts Museum- A Place at the Table - Author Lucinda Scala Quinn

Lucinda Scala Quinn author of Mad Hungry Cravings: 173 Recipes for the Food You Want to Eat Right Now  

Renton Library - A Place at the Table - Author Jennie Grant

Jennie Grant author of City Goats  
Goats, chickens and cows were common in cities until the early 1900s, at which time, all across America, they were banished to the rural outlands. Today, the idea of keeping chickens and goats in an urban environment is just beginning to be accepted. How did these changes in attitude come to pass? Grant will discuss how keeping goats led her to ask these questions and how living with her two goats, Snowflake and Eloise, has enriched her life.

Federal Way Library - A Place at the Table - Author Jennie Grant

Jennie Grant author of City Goats  
Goats, chickens and cows were common in cities until the early 1900s, at which time, all across America, they were banished to the rural outlands. Today, the idea of keeping chickens and goats in an urban environment is just beginning to be accepted. How did these changes in attitude come to pass? Grant will discuss how keeping goats led her to ask these questions and how living with her two goats, Snowflake and Eloise, has enriched her life.

The Revolutionary Optimists Community Cinema Vashon Screening

The Revolutionary Optimists  documents the critical work of Amlan Ganguly, a lawyer-turned-community activist, who is not only changing a neighborhood in the Calcutta slums, but also changing the way its youngest residents envision their lives. Filmed over the course of three and a half years, the film follows Amlan and three of the children he works with through adolescence as they challenge the idea that marginalization is written into their destiny.

The Revolutionary Optimists Community Cinema Bellingham Screening

The Revolutionary Optimists  documents the critical work of Amlan Ganguly, a lawyer-turned-community activist, who is not only changing a neighborhood in the Calcutta slums, but also changing the way its youngest residents envision their lives. Filmed over the course of three and a half years, the film follows Amlan and three of the children he works with through adolescence as they challenge the idea that marginalization is written into their destiny.

The Revolutionary Optimists Community Cinema Seattle Screening

The Revolutionary Optimists  documents the critical work of Amlan Ganguly, a lawyer-turned-community activist, who is not only changing a neighborhood in the Calcutta slums, but also changing the way its youngest residents envision their lives. Filmed over the course of three and a half years, the film follows Amlan and three of the children he works with through adolescence as they challenge the idea that marginalization is written into their destiny.

Service: When Women Come Marching Home - UW Seattle Screening

Service: When Women Come Marching Home 
Women make up 15% of today’s military, and that number is expected to double in the next 10 years. Through compelling portraits in Service: When Women Come Marching Home, we meet women who have fought the frontless wars of Iraq and Afghanistan. The women return home with devastating physical injuries as well as the invisible injuries of war, PTSD and its insidious catalyst, Military Sexual Trauma (MST).

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