Bucks County Community College, which has been hosting events that spark intelligent conversation for more than 50 years, invites the public to its free Movie Mondays series this fall.
The series begins Monday, September 25, with a screening of “Cyber Bully,” a drama about a teenager subjected to a bullying campaign by classmates through a social media site. The movie stars Emily Osment as the teen and Kelly Rowan as her mother.
Cosponsored by the Council Rock Education Foundation’s “Raising Great Kids” speaker series, the screening will be followed by a panel discussion with professionals from the Lenape Valley Foundation and NOVA. The presentation coincides with Suicide Awareness Month.
The screening begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Kevin and Sima Zlock Performing Arts Center, located inside the Gateway Center on the campus at 275 Swamp Rd., Newtown, Pa., 18940. The auditorium is equipped with audio-loop technology for the hearing impaired.
Movie Mondays, which are free and open to the public, are part of the Bucks Live! series of events presented by the college’s Cultural Affairs Committee.
Forthcoming films include “Tickling Giants,” a documentary about an Egyptian cardiologist who turned to comedy following the Arab Spring, on October 9. Also showing will be “Dakota’s Pride” about individuals with Down Syndrome on October 23, “Away from Her” about Alzheimer’s disease on November 27, and “The Normal Heart” about the AIDS crisis on December 4.