Themes of Acceptance and Justice Make This Sundance Film a Must-See on September 4th
Come explore American history during a riveting documentary presentation! On Wednesday, September 4th, F.M. Kirby Center will present Always in Season, produced and directed by Jacqueline Olive. See this Sundance Film Festival selection next week!
Always in Season follows Claudia Lacy as she moves from paralyzing grief to leading the fight for justice for her son. When 17-year-old Lennon Lacy is found deceased, his mother’s search for justice and reconciliation begins.
Directed, produced, and written by Jacqueline Olive, the documentary explores the lingering impact of more than a century of violence and connects it to today. As the film unfolds, Lennon’s case, and the suspicions surrounding it intersect with stories of other communities committed to breaking the silence of their own recent histories and leading the way to justice.
Always in Season was a 2019 Sundance Award winner in the U.S. Documentary Competition. The film received the Special Jury Award for Moral Urgency. Sundance Institute is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the discovery and development of independent artists and audiences. Through its programs, the Institute seeks to discover, support, and inspire independent film, media, and theatre artists from the United States and around the world, and to introduce audiences to their new work.
Don’t miss your chance to see this Sundance winner right here in Wilkes-Barre! Always in Season is expected to run for approximately 89 minutes. Tickets are $5 per person. You can purchase your tickets online now at www.kirbycenter.org!
There is very little in this world that is more rewarding than a full schedule of leisurely and stimulating activities. At B’nai B’rith Senior Apartments in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, we urge you to live life to the fullest and make plans to attend this highly-anticipated event!
Wednesday, September 4, 2019—7:30 PM
Event Venue Location:
F.M. Kirby Center
71 Public Square
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 18701