The Niagara Falls History Museum will open its Winter 2022 Film Series with a collection of films and presentations focused on women’s stories.
The series, which takes place every other Thursday from January 13 to March 10, is accompanied by a new exhibition of the same nature, “A woman’s work is never finished”.
The series will be hosted by film critic and writer Joan Nicks.
The films will be shown on the big screen at the museum at 5810 Ferry St. Films will begin at 6:45 pm and end with a short discussion. Admission is free for museum members and $ 5 for non-members.
The museum’s new exhibit will run from January 29 to November 13. She provides a better understanding of women throughout history, seeking to celebrate their diversity within the workforce and highlight the strengths of women in the community.
The exhibit is a production of the Niagara Falls Museums Curatorial Team, using both the history and contemporary culture of Niagara Falls to tell a story of women’s empowerment.
Objects from the museum’s collection and the stories of Niagara Falls women will be on display and woven together to achieve this.
For more information visit Niagara Falls Museums.ca.
“Shut Up and Sing” (January 13) – A documentary following a commentary on President George Bush by singer Natalie Maines (The Chicks) that sparked a storm of controversy and death threats.
âHidden Figuresâ (January 27) – Based on a true story, this film follows three African-American women in the male domain of NASA’s US space program leading up to the moon landing.
“Bombshell” (February 10) – A true story of a Fox News sexual harassment scandal bringing down media mogul Roger Ailes.
“Hello, my name is Doris” (February 24) – This film features Doris (Sally Field), a charming and eccentric sixties, fantasizing about a colleague in her twenties (Max Greenfield).
“Wild” (March 10) – Starring Reese Witherspoon, a memoir-based film that details a woman found herself on a solo hike over a thousand miles on the Pacific Crest Trail.