THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24


Kan-Kan OutdoorsParis Is Burning
7:30 PM ET

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30


Liberty & Justice For All? Screening #3: 13th

Join us at the Indy Fringe Pocket Park for the final night of the Liberty and Justice for All? series – a discussion & screening of 13th, curated and moderated by Clayton Hamilton. This is the third event of a three-screening series. Admission is free, popcorn & drinks are available for pre-order. Seats are limited and well-spaced.

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6

3 Stories: A Kan-Kan Conversation Series About Sexual Assault
Part 2: Discussion on The Invisible War
7:00 PM ET

For this discussion, we will be joined by:

  • Dorothy Simpson-Taylor, PhD, USAF VEV, retired psychologist and co-founder of Sister-Soldier Network
  • Jennifer Fox, LCSW, Military Sexual Trauma Coordinator and Mental Health Social worker at the Richard Roudeboush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis
  • Lisa Wilken, Chairman, AMVETS National Women Veteran Committee
  • Emily Quillen, SSVF HROS, Supportive Services Veteran Families (SSVF) Housing Resource Outreach Specialist with Aspire Indiana and InteCare

We urge all attendees to screen The Invisible War, a vital and frank investigative documentary film written and directed by Kirby Dick and produced by Amy Ziering and Tanner King Barklow, in advance of our conversation. It is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video ($3.99 to rent), YouTube ($3.99 to rent), iTunes ($3.99 to rent), and other various platforms.

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7

Founding Member/Neighbor Member Event

Third times a charm! We’re having another founding member t-shirt pickup & neighborhood membership redemption event. Come visit us outside the theater from 3:30 PM ET – 6 PM ET to get your membership and pick up your swag.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7


Kan-Kan OutdoorsHunt for the Wilderpeople
7:00 PM ET

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14


Kan-Kan OutdoorsEraserhead
7:00 PM ET

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 19

3 Stories: A Kan-Kan Conversation Series About Sexual Assault
Part 3: Discussion on On the Record
7:00 PM ET

In advance of our conversation, we urge all attendees to screen On the Record from award-winning filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering, which examines allegations of sexual abuse and harassment against hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons. It is available to stream on HBO Max for free with a subscription (a 7-day free trial subscription is available).

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21

Kan-Kan Outdoors: Get Out
7:00 PM ET

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28

Kan-Kan Outdoors: Shaun of the Dead
7:00 PM ET

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9

Our National Family Album, A Webinar as Part of the Spirit & Place Festival

Join us for a virtual conversation with local experts about the role that moving images play in telling the stories of our origins.

As part of this year’s Spirit & Place Festival, the Kan-Kan is hosting an online event, Film: Our National Family Album, on Monday, November 9th from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM ET. Join us as we discuss a variety of perspectives on film as a storytelling vehicle and how this unique medium is the visual history of our 20th & 21st century lives.

Our conversation will be enriched by experts in filmmaking, film archiving, and preservation from IU Bloomington Moving Image Archive, Indiana Historical Society, Studio Auteur, and Kan-Kan Cinema. These guest speakers include Rachael Stoeltje, Director of the IU Libraries Moving Image Archive; Jordan Ryan, Indiana Historical Society Archivist; and Jerald Harkness, CEO of Studio Auteur.

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Before our conversation, we urge all attendees to screen the documentary These Amazing Shadows, which tells the story of the National Film Registry, how the visual medium of film is our nation’s family album and why it matters. It is available to stream on Kanopy (free with public library card or university login), YouTube ($2.99 to rent), Amazon Prime Video ($3.99 to rent), iTunes ($3.99 to rent) and other platforms.