Democratic Party activists in Southeastern Kansas – once home to the Socialist newspaper “Appeal to Reason,” – have organized a FREE screening of “What’s the Matter with Kansas?”
From their announcement:
A video showing of “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” has been scheduled promptly for 3 P.M., Sunday, June 26, Memorial Auditorium, Fifth & Pine, Pittsburg, KS.
Before appearing in Emporia, KS the following day, director Joe Winston will take “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” to screen in Basehor, KS (in the Kansas City area) for one night only.
Here are the details:
Monday, February 21, 2011
Basehor Community Library
1400 158th Street
Basehor, KS 66007
After the screening, director Joe Winston will talk about [...]
On Tuesday, February 22 at 6:30 pm, “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” will have a special, free screening at the historic Granada Theatre, 807 Commercial St., in Emporia, Kansas.
Emporia State University is one of the main sponsors of the event, part of a series of discussions which honor Kansas’ 150th year of statehood.
Pulitzer Prize-winning [...]
“What’s the Matter with Kansas?” will air several times during late November and early December on LinkTV, available as DIRECTV Channel 375 | DISH Network Channel 9410. The special screenings are part of LinkTV’s pledge drive.
Here are the first air dates, more to follow:
Friday, November 26, 2010 – 8:00 pm Pacific Time / 10:00 pm Central Time
In the wake of the 2010 midterm elections, Countryside Unitarian Universalist Church in Palatine, IL has organized a free screening of “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” for one night only, Friday, December 10, 2010.
Members of the church organized the screening by contacting us and purchasing a Community Screening Kit (we have several offerings, depending on [...]
After the sea change of the 2010 midterm elections, understanding the conservative movement, who is in it, where they come from, and what they want – is more important than ever. A screening of What’s the Matter with Kansas? is the perfect tool to energize the conversation, get beyond the shouting and the stereotypes and engage people in a way that can make a difference.
What’s the Matter with Kansas? starts its commercial New York theatrical run on Friday, July 30th at the Producers’ Club Indie House theatre, the latest addition to Manhattan arthouse cinemas. Located in Mid-town Manhattan, near the Theater District, Indie House promises to be a destination for independent film lovers.
After running for eight weeks in Lawrence and Kansas City, “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” will finally screen again in Wichita, in the heart of the state, where much of the filming took place.
The Wichita Public Library will screen the movie on Thursday, July 8 at 6:00 pm.
The screening is part of the library’s 25th [...]
What’s the Matter with Kansas? will have a single screening on Sunday, June 20, 2010, as part of the Sunday Matinee Indie Film Festival at the lovely Acorn Theater in Three Oaks, Michigan, which is easily accessible from the Chicago area. Filmmakers Laura Cohen and Joe Winston will hold a Q & A with the [...]
What’s the Matter with Kansas? will screen for ONE WEEK ONLY at the Ross Media Arts Center in Lincoln, NE starting on Friday, May 28, 2010 (the start of Memorial Day Weekend.)
Kansas Farmers Union President Donn Teske, a star of the film, will appear on opening night after the 7:30 pm screening, and take questions [...]
David Sirota, famed columnist, author, and journalist, along with Denver AM 760, are hosting a special screening of “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” for one night only.
Sirota will host and Thomas Frank will talk after the screening, and sign books.
Cinebarre 10001 Grant Street Thornton CO, 80229Thursday, April 15, 20106:30 pm
For tickets: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/633450668
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