March 30, 2015
Johns Creek’s older population can catch up on the foreign and Indie movie scene at the new International Film Series being shown at Park Place, the City’s adult activity center, starting April 26.
The movies, which also include American independent films, are highly acclaimed projects that have been shown at film festivals, independent theaters, or at specific film series programs across the U.S.
Each showing will be followed by a short discussion, refreshments and opportunities to socialize.
The first three films to be shown are:
Sunday, April 26, 3:30 p.m. – “Le Papillon
” (The Butterfly), produced in 2002, is a story about an elderly man who is searching for a rare butterfly. He is accompanied by 8-year-old Elsa who fails to tell her mother, who thinks she has been kidnapped.
Sunday, May 24, 3:30 p.m. – “Stories We Tell
” is about a film-maker who delves into a family’s lore, and learns the complicated, loving and contradictory truths inherent in common stories held by different members of a family.
Sunday, June 28, 3:30 p.m. – “The Visitor
” focuses on a college professor travels to New York City to attend a conference and finds a young couple living in his apartment.
RSVPs requested. Refreshments provided. For more information, email Park Place
or call 678-512-3430.
Park Place, Johns Creek’s adult activity center, provides educational, social and fitness activities for people at 62 years old or older.
Park Place is located 3125 Old Alabama Rd.