Monrovia, Indiana

Documentary Rated: NR 143 min
FilmColumbia 2018
Thursday, October 25
The Crandell Theatre

The latest documentary from Fred Wiseman, America’s greatest documentarian, known for films such as Titticut Follies, National Gallery, and Ex Libris: The New York Public Library. Meet “middle America” in Monrovia, Indiana, a “representative” farming community founded in 1812 with a population of 1400 people. Wiseman probes beyond the stereotypes and presents as real a picture of small town life as big city-ers are likely to get. Played the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals.

directed by
Frederick Wiseman
Zipporah Films