The San Diego Public Library's long running film series, Film Forum, will screen three documentary films by local filmmakers on Mondays, March 3, 10, and 24, at 6:30 p.m. in the ground floor auditorium at the San Diego Central Library, located at 330 Park Blvd. in downtown San Diego.
Filmmakers Eric Rife, Raul Sandelin and Rob Bradford will be on hand for Q&A and post-film discussions of their films.
March 3 features "Garageland," the work-in-progress punk rock picture show and magical history tour of San Diego's underground music scene from the 1970s to the 1990s. Filmmaker Eric Rife will be in attendance. DJs Mr. Henshaw and ¡Pelengue! will be spinning records before screening.
March 10 looks at "American Freethought," exploring the history of secularism and censorship in America, and the development of the American freethought movement. Filmmaker Rob Bradford will be in attendance.
March 24 features "A Box Full of Rocks," wherein local filmmaker Raul Sandelin chronicles the life of gonzo music journalist Lester Bangs, considered by many as the greatest rock critic ever. Filmmaker Raul Sandelin will be in attendance.