STAMFORD, Conn. -- Movie screenings at Stamford's Ferguson Library continue on Thursday, March 10, and throughout the month.
"Thursday Night Talking Pictures" -- "Finders Keepers" -- In this stranger-than-fiction true story documentary, a man finds an amputated leg in a grill he purchases at an auction, and the man who lost the leg sues for custody of his missing appendage. It's directed by Bryan Carberry and J. Clay Tweel, rated R, has a 82-minute runtime and will begin at 6 p.m. in the third-floor Rotary Room.
"Second Saturday Cinema" -- "The Martian" -- Saturday, March 12, at 2 p.m. -- An astronaut left behind on Mars struggles to stay alive until a rescue mission can be mounted. The firm stars Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig and Jeff Daniels. It's directed by Ridley Scott, rated PG-13 and has a 144-minute runtime.
"Third Thursday @ One" -- "Fed Up" -- Thursday, March 17, at 1 p.m. -- This documentary presents the case that the food industry and the government have acted together in order to change the eating habits of America in a way that has led to widespread obesity in children. The firm features Katie Couric, is directed by Stephanie Soechtig, is rated PG and has a runtime of 92 minutes. This is a National Nutrition Month program.
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