Get ready for the theatrical release of Allegiant and join in watching the first movie in the Divergent series. 
Free Movie and Free Pizza at the Bear Tooth
The program will feature the acclaimed documentary film "The Empty Chair," a story of Japanese and Japanese Americans living in Southeast, Alaska prior to World War II, their internment during the war and return to Alaska, and the support they received from their Alaskan communities. 
On February 11th, Guilty Pleasures is teaming up with Anchorage Concert Association, in honor of their presentation of "Potted Potter," and screening "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Alan Rickman.
It’s Oscar season! In celebration of the film industry’s most prestigious award, we’re celebrating by showing past Best Actress in a Leading Role winners. Each Saturday we’ll show two winners – one for each decade the category existed. Come enjoy the show and drop off your ballot for the 2016 Academy Awards. Most correct guesses wins dinner and a movie! (In case of tie, winner will be determined by a random drawing.) All films are free and open to the public. Not all films will be appropriate for children. Due to licensing restrictions, Loussac Library is not able to advertise the titles of the movies shown. Please contact Stacia at for more information.
Do you want to explore new ideas? See things from someone else’s point of view? Join us for Watch and Learn. Each month we’ll pick a different documentary to be screened in the Innovation Lab. Topics will vary – please remember that not all films shown by Loussac Library will be appropriate for children. Due to licensing constraints, we are not able to advertise the names of the films. Please contact Stacia at for more information.
OPN is an open mic for filmmakers. Unedited, uncensored, and unscreened, the films of OPN are a snapshot of what's happening in the Alaska indie film community. Tickets are $5 and will be available for purchase starting Jan. 26 at the Beartooth Theatrepub and on their website.
The name “Arctic” comes from a Greek word meaning “near the bear.”
The feature presentation, on the big screen, will be "TAPPED."
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