The Hollywood Librarian

Hollywood Librarian

The Hollywood Librarian, the first movie about the real lives and the actual work of America’s librarians, is premiering during Banned Books Week in libraries across the country. A unique and charming blend of film clips, humor and critical analysis of the popular image of librarians, The Hollywood Librarian encourages a new-found empathy for the profession by revealing the diversity of individual librarians and the importance of what they do.

The Rebecca Crown Library will be showing two screenings:

  • Monday, Oct. 1 @ 6pm in Springer Suite
  • Thursday, Oct. 4 @ 7pm in Bluhm Lecture Hall (in Parmer)

Tickets may be purchased at the Crown Library Reference Desk.

  • $8 – Adults (ages 12-60)
  • $5 – Children and Seniors
  • FREE – Children under 6, librarians, library staff, and Library School students (but you’ll still need a ticket for entry)

A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Crown Library.

For more information about the film including early reviews and a preview clip, check out http://www.hollywoodlibrarian.com.

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