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ONLINE TICKET SALES END AT MIDNIGHT THE NIGHT BEFORE THE SCREENING.  TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED AT THE CRYSTAL THE DAY OF THE FILM.

 

20/Nothing

20/Nothing explores the world of Evan Smith, a man who lost his left eye at a young age. This experimental film gives us an in-depth look at a perception with no depth.

Badger Creek

Before Buzz and Glenda Momberg began their family, they made the decision to become sober and reconnect with their Blackfeet traditions. As a result, their children and grandchildren are sober, prosperous, educated, and reconnecting with their culture and language. Now it is time for grandson Michael to decide his future.

Hotel 22

Each night in Silicon Valley, the Line 22 transforms from a public bus into an unofficial shelter for the homeless. Commonly referred to as “Hotel 22,” the bus has become a mobile testament to the challenges of finding housing in one of the richest areas in the world.

Utopia, Pt. 3

 

 

End of An Old Song

 

 

Silencing the Thunder

Every year hundreds of Yellowstone National Park bison are shot and aggressively chased by helicopters and ATVs back into the park to prevent disease transmission to domestic cattle herds in Montana. Bison advocates believe the disease brucellosis is the primary stumbling block to restoring America’s last wild-bison population. Meanwhile, the ranching community believes the current management is the only way to protect their economic and cultural way of life from collapse. Silencing the thunder takes a deeper look into the controversial management of Yellowstone National Park bison and questions whether this iconic species should be lethally managed to control the spread of brucellosis.

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Crystal
515 South Higgins Ave,
Missoula, MT 59801