The Churchill Arts Council’s film series, “Strange Women: Sci-Fi Classics,” is a response to one interpretation of the Mayan Apocalypse of last December. This interpretation said that the world would not end, but instead would see the rise of the feminine throughout the galaxy. So, the Arts Council selected four films which play off this idea, often in unintentionally humorous ways. The series will continue tonight with a screening of “One Million Years B.C.” at the Art Center. It is, as the narrator of the film says, “a story of long, long ago when the world was just beginning. The …
Film series presents ‘One Million Years B.C.’
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