The big screen is one of the best ways to experience and understand the journey of others — their triumphs and tribulations. Movies can take you into worlds (past and present) you wouldn’t experience otherwise.
Films can allow you to empathize with someone else’s story, especially those involving important cultural and historical issues.
Harkins Theatres is inviting filmgoers to experience its Women’s Equality Film Series from September 28 to October 4 with 15 films, featuring the powerful stories of women who have changed the course of history, been pioneers in their industry and fought for what they believed.
Tickets to individual films are only $5 each. However, you can also purchase an all access pass at the box office for $30, which includes a ticket to all 15 films, Harkins 2018 Loyalty Cup and medium popcorn. (If you do the math, the pass makes each film just $2.) The first 10 customers to purchase a film series package at the box office will also receive a collectible tote bag and a copy of “Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls” by Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo.
Plus, a portion of the proceeds from the film series will be donated to the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media.
The films included in the series:
“A League of Their Own”
“Battle of the Sexes”
“Half The Picture”
There is only one participating location in Colorado — Northfield 18.