Join us for FREE FRIDAY Movie Nights! 5-8pm
All High School and College age youth welcome to attend.
The Jacobs Center’s Youth Movement is proud to present a series of movies to connect youth and promote dialogue around issues and life experiences that youth share. Be assured that we will use proper discretion when showing each film.
Friday Movie Nights
Join The Youth Movement
every 3rd friday of the month
January – May 2012 from 5 to 8pm
Joe & Vi Jacobs Center Community Room
404 Euclid Ave.
San Diego, 92114
Fridays Film Schedule
January 20 • Pay it Forward (PG-13)
In this drama young Trevor McKinney (Haley Joel Osment) responds to a school assignment with a plan to help three people who will, in turn, help three more, and so on, in an ever-widening circle. But Trevor touches more people than he expected.
February 17 • Motorcycle Diaries (R)
This tells the incredible true story of a 23-year-old medical student from Argentina who motorcycled across South America with his friend on a personal odyssey that ultimately crystallized the young man’s budding political beliefs.
March 16 • Battle in Seattle (R)
With the World Trade Organization about to convene in his city, Seattle’s Mayor Jim Tobin (Ray Liotta) tries to make sure all events go smoothly. As tensions between protestors and authorities rise out of control.
April 20 • Life in a Day (PG-13)
After thousands of people around the world joined together to record banal and remarkable everyday events on July 24, 2010, director Kevin MacDonald led a team of editors to condense more than 4,500 hours of video into this picture of life on Earth
May 18 • La Mission (R)
Ultra-macho ex-con Che Rivera learns the true meaning of being a father when he discovers his son is gay. Rivera turns violent at first, but when a beautiful neighbor helps him see through his anger, he begins to reconcile his long-held beliefs.
All shows begin at 5pm at the Jacob’s Center Community Room
404 Euclid Ave. San Diego, 92114