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Borrow a film from the MMP lending library!

by July 8, 2014 4

Hold a film screening event in your living room with your neighbors!

If you see a film that moves you, borrow the film and invite your friends, family and neighbors to join you at home for your own film evening, potluck and discussion. We consider providing access to our film library just as much a part of our mission as our scheduled film events.


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  1. Rick T
    #1 Rick T 30 December, 2014, 21:22

    Sign me up! I see you have a few Flash Gordon films in your library. How can I borrow these to show to my jet-pack club?
    You guys are really gah-roovy!

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    • Tiane
      Tiane 28 May, 2015, 22:54

      Visit the library in Wallingford to pick out the DVD(s), preferably Fridays:
      “DVDs can be checked out on Friday evenings when we show our weekly movie at Meaningful Movies in Wallingford, or in some special instances you can make arrangements to come by the library location to pick up a DVD.”

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      • Rick T
        Rick T 16 June, 2015, 08:20

        Thanks for the plug for the library! We look at this as just as important as our weekly screenings – the hope being that we can help spread the opportunities for meaningful community dialog at every scale. -Best regards!

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  2. Tiane
    #2 Tiane 28 May, 2015, 22:51

    Terrific! I got the DVD of Girl Rising and can therefore do home screenings but am happy to hear that my “library” is so much larger!

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