October 26, 2018
Community Newsletter
Next Community Connections Event
FREE for Young Film Fan Members
Community Connections: Using the Power of Film to Lead Intentional Lives
(Part of our Real-to-Reel Documentary Series Sponsored by Stuart and Ginger Polisner)
With generous support from the Long Island Community Foundation and Humanities New York

Wednesday, November 28th 7pm
Members $11 | Public $16 | Free for Young Film Fan Members!
Includes reception and discussion with Director Charlie Minn, Linda Beigel, mother of the deceased Scott Beigel; and Huntington Councilwoman Joan Cergol

Generous sponsorship has made it possible to make this program available for free for our Young Film Fan Members, many of whom are students.
Parkland, Florida, home of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School was forever changed on February 14, 2018. On that day, one killer changed the lives of thousands of individuals.
Through interviews and real-life harrowing footage, director Charlie Minn and the victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tell their stories about the events that occurred that day and outline the experiences of those involved. Keeping the focus on the victims and their experiences, Minn recounts the true stories of those present in the building and highlights the raw emotion that follows a tragedy of this scale. Parkland: Inside Building 12 shows what it is truly like to face the ultimate test of humanity and the effects of that test on a young generation. The aftermath of this shooting, coupled with the constant string of gun-related tragedies throughout the country, prompted students, faculty, and parents to speak out against gun laws and change state legislation. This documentary demonstrates the true power of courage and the resolve it takes to stand up against something bigger than oneself. (USA, 2018, 112 Mins., NR, English | Dir. Charlie Minn)
Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Please consider the Cinema Arts Centre in your year-end giving. CLICK HERE
Sponsor Spotlight: Fountaingate Gardens
Program Sponsorship is an important way businesses or individuals can offset costs and allow the Cinema Arts Centre to re-invest more of our ticket revenue right back into community programs. We are so grateful to all of our program sponsors, and are pleased to share with you a few words from one of our newest supporters, Fountaingate Gardens:

Something New In Long Island Retirement Living: New community, Fountaingate Gardens , is perfect for now and for later
Soon-to-be-built Fountaingate Gardens, in the heart of Long Island, will offer active, sophisticated older adults upscale, resort-style amenities and a lifestyle that’s ideal for what they want for now and for years to come.

But that’s not all! As one of a new echelon of Life Plan Communities (also called Continuing Care Retirement Communities or CCRCs), Fountaingate Gardens also provides peace of mind for the future that ordinary retirement communities cannot.

Fountaingate Gardens’ residents will enjoy the pleasures of a fabulous, interesting and engaged lifestyle—and sleep better at night knowing they have a plan in place for future healthcare should it ever be needed. And, it’s a plan that protects financial assets, assures a home for life and even offers tax benefits.

Now is the perfect time to have a great plan for later

When you choose to make Fountaingate Gardens part of your plans for the future, you can look forward to having exceptional amenities right outside your door. These amenities include gorgeous grounds and walking trails, an indoor heated saltwater pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center and restaurant-quality dining, from gourmet to casual to al fresco venues. You can also look forward to having all the landscaping and housekeeping managed for you. All you’ll have to do is choose how you want to spend your delightful Long Island days and nights – whether it’s socializing with friends, pursuing new and old interests and hobbies or catching up on all that lifelong learning you’ve been putting off. One thing’s for sure: the timing will never be better. Choose today to secure a great tomorrow.  
Call 631-715-8380 for more information on Fountaingate Gardens, or visit www.FountaingateLI.com . (Now taking deposits.)

All independent living units are to be built after approval by the New York State Department of Health. 

To learn more about sponsorship opportunities at the Cinema Arts Centre, please contact rene@cinemaartscentre.org .
 The Cinema Arts Centre is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. The mission of the Cinema Arts Centre is to bring the best in cinematic artistry to Long Island, and use the power of film to expand the awareness and consciousness of our community.
Thanks to our October Program Sponsors:
Thanks to Stuart and Ginger Polisner for their ongoing support of our Real-to-Reel and Creativity Series.

When you visit a business that supports the cinema, please let them know how much it means to you.
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