True Story Tuesdays at City Lights Cinemas in Florence

“True Story Tuesdays” Brings the world to Florence each week

Friday, March 13, 15| Florence, OR – City Lights Cinemas,

A year of life on Antarctica? A Yoga Flash Mob? Exploring ancient mysticism + modern technology through sound? A wide-angle view on Glen Campbell’s final public performances? These topics inform the first four features of ‘True Story Tuesdays’—thrilling, profound, and moving documentaries screening Tuesdays at City Lights Cinemas.

Documentaries take many forms and points of view and inform viewers about worlds that may sometimes elude their gaze. Documentaries at City Lights for the next two months include:

 March 17 (and March 22): Antarctica: A Year on Ice (featuring astounding time- lapse footage of all four seasons on Antarctica)

 March 24: Awake: The Story of Yogananda (featuring a Yoga Flash Mob in the lobby at 5:15pm for a mat-free and fun Yoga session)

 March 31: Song of the New Earth (featuring the extraordinary life and work of country singer turned brain scientist and shaman of sound, Tom Kenyon)

 April 7: Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me (after learning of his Alzheimer’s diagnosis, Glen embarks an a farewell tour)

 April 14: Ballet 422 (from first rehearsal to world premiere, the story of a new ballet)

 April 21: National Gallery (go inside one of the great museums of the world)

 April 28: An Honest Liar (the story of the ‘Amazing’ Randi, famous debunker of magicians, frequently seen on The Johnny Carson Show)

 May 5: Inside the Mind of Leonardo (a partly animated exploration of DaVinci, inhis own words)

 May 12: The Wrecking Crew (the story of the preeminent pop-rock backing band)

“Documentaries are as entertaining as narrative features to me,” says Michael Falter, co- owner of City Lights Cinemas. “The most amazing stories are our own—and good docs help define our world. We’re excited to show more of them at City Lights.

Many of the documentaries, where possible, will have an encore screening the following weekend. More information on all films can be found at

Regular admission prices apply—members are $6.50, children 12 and under are $7,

matinees are $7.50, seniors are $8, and regular admission is $9.



Michael Falter, Owner/Programmer, City Lights Cinemas |

City Lights Cinemas operates 4 screens at 1930 Highway 101, Florence, OR featuring the

best in commercial, arthouse, and Performing Arts in HD.

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