This month, the Park City Film Series is proud to present two fine films. First, up is “Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw” on May 17. The woman once described as the “female Michael Jordan” was a 3-time NCAA champion, a number one draft pick in the WNBA, and on her way to a pro sports career before being sidelined by a tragic struggle with mental illness. Chamique Holdsclaw will attend the screening of the film and participate in a discussion and Q & A session afterward. For details, click here.
On May 25-27, the series will present the latest offering from the quirky and brilliant mind of director Wes Anderson: “Isle of Dogs.” The story of 12-year-old Atari Kobayashi and his love for his dog Spots takes the boy to Trash Island, a huge dump, and wasteland where the Mayor has banished all the canine pets in the city. From here he, along with Spots and his new doggie friends, will begin a journey that changes almost everything, and everyone around them. Adorable dogs and puppies will be available for adoption, courtesy of Nuzzles & Co., at each show. For more information, click here.