Special Free Community Film Screening


Sunday, February 16th  •  2:30pm

Carolina Theatre, Downtown Hickory

Admission is free for everyone, but a donation of a canned good is requested.

The Hickory Branch of the NAACP and the Footcandle Film Society, with the support of the United Arts Council of Catawba County, present a FREE screening of the film SELMA on Sunday, February 16th at 2:30pm at the Carolina Theatre in Downtown Hickory.

Admission is free, but a donation of a canned good is requested. All donated foods will be given to local charities.

About the film: A chronicle of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s campaign to secure equal voting rights via an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in 1965.


Footcandle Film Society was founded in 2008 and has provided the citizens of Catawba County with an opportunity to view and discuss films that have traditionally not been available or shown in theaters in the area. The film society has shown at least one film per month since its inception, with the films ranging from documentaries, foreign narratives, and award-nominated movies of all genres.  The screenings all include moderated discussions of the films.

In addition to the monthly film screenings, the film society also brings the annual Footcandle Film Festival and Children's International Film Festival events to Western North Carolina.


  Admittance to the monthly film screenings

  Invitation to special film screenings throughout the year

  Advance ticket sales to the annual Footcandle Film Festival

  Annual "Oscar Night Party" and Annual Meeting


Contact Footcandle Film Society:

Post Office Box 9123, Hickory, North Carolina 28603

Copyright 2018 Footcandle Film Society

Footcandle Film Society is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.

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