Filmmakers are invited to present their films and explore them with the audience in a lively post-show discussion. Screenings are held every other 2nd Wednesday, in January, March, May, July, September and November.
In the early 1970s officer Frank Serpico made headlines when he blew the whistle on a culture of bribery and corruption within the New York City police force. His one-man crusade for police reform inspired the Al Pacino classic that bears his name, but the real life saga is as gripping as anything Hollywood could dream up. Now, Serpico tells his story in his own words.
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