You may or may not have heard of the documentary film entitled "STUCK" that is currently making its way across all of the U.S. state capitols and is coming to Boston on Tuesday, May 7th. The movie is premiering at the AMC Theatre located at 175 Tremont Street at 7:00 p.m. 

This film, directed by Craig Juntunen, is about the plight of families who are being blocked by current legislation in their efforts to bring their adopted children home from orphanages in foreign countries. 

The movie premiere will also feature live music from 6:00-7:00 p.m. jazz singer/songwriter Julie Lavender with saxophonist Sagit Zilberman. 

To purchase tickets for this event, please go to For more information about this event, see the flyer attached below.

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Calling all history buffs! Join the Woburn Historical Society on Monday, December 3 at the Woburn Memorial High School auditorium for a film showing of "In The Cause of Liberty; Woburn In The Civil War." 

This film will highlight the lives of Woburn soldiers and the battles they were in such as Gettysburg, Weldon Railroad, and Petersburg.

This film showing is FREE and open to the public. Doors will open at 6:30pm and the show will begin at 7:00pm. Light refreshments will be served after the showing.

Copies of the dvd will be available for purchase for $25 and will include a supplement containing many pictures of Woburn Civil War soldiers!

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"Woburn in the Civil War" Film Showing

Mon, 12/03/2012 - 6:30pm

The Woburn Historical Society will be showing a film at the Woburn Memorial High School auditorium called "In The Cause Of Liberty; Woburn In The Civil War." 

Program is FREE and open to the public!

Purchase the DVD for $25.

Doors open at 6:30pm. Show starts at 7:00pm. Light refreshments will be served.

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A Walk Down Memory Lane

Thu, 12/13/2007 - 5:00am

A Walk Down Memory Lane is a one-of-a-kind film experience, designed specifically for people living with memory loss and their loved ones. Short clips from classic films will be shown, immediately followed by audience discussion and reminiscence, guided by a moderator.

Originally presented in partnership with The Tribeca Film Institute, this program demonstrates how film can be a form of treatment for people living with cognitive impairment. It shows how film has the power to connect us with our deep-rooted emotional memories ~~ the kind that never leave us.