See Something That Means Something Film Series

  • Lake Placid Center for the Arts
    17 Algonquin Drive, Lake Placid
  • $15 or 3 pack for $34.98

Mark your calendars for the See Something That Means Something film series!

On the third Friday of every month from January through June, join fellow film lovers at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts. You’ll enjoy a unique blend of films bringing our community of film lovers together to experience something that moves you … something that gets you thinking and sharing.

Dates & Films

  • Friday, January 19 — Anatomy of a Fall: A woman is suspected of her husband’s murder, and their blind son faces a moral dilemma as the main witness. WINNER! Golden Globe Awards for Best Motion Picture – Non-English Language and Best Screenplay – Motion Picture
  • Friday, February 16Frybread Face And Me: Two adolescent Navajo cousins from different worlds bond during a summer herding sheep on their grandmother's ranch in Arizona while learning more about their family's past and themselves. Official Selection, SXSW Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)
  • Friday, March 15 — American Fiction (tentative)
  • Friday, April 19 — Asbury Shorts: This “concert” screens the best shorts in the world, presented in a fast paced, highly entertaining showcase specifically catered for thousands of folks who do not regularly seek out viewing of short films.
  • Friday, May 17Hundreds of Beavers: Volunteer Appreciation Night: Jean Kayak finds himself stranded in a surreal winter landscape with nothing but his dim wits to guide him. Against a backdrop of ruthless elements and sinister creatures - all played by actors in full-sized mascot costumes – Kayak develops increasingly complex traps in order to win the hand of a mischievous lover.
  • Friday, June 21 — Theater Camp: The eccentric staff of a rundown theater camp in upstate New York must band together with the beloved founder’s bro-y son to keep the camp afloat.

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The See Something That Means Something series is screened with our Presenting Partner, Adirondack Film.