The Orpheum Theater is announcing a documentary series that they will host this winter that might help you lick the winter blues.
The Orpheum’s DocuSeries will host five renowned documentaries from Jan. 10 to Feb. 7.
Things will get started Three Identical Strangers, an Emmy nominated film about triplet brothers who meet after being separated at birth. The secret of why they were separated unravels a startling mystery.
Jan. 17 will be the screening of Miss Representation, an examination of how women are under-represented in positions of power and how the media tends to portray powerful women.
The Great Buster is on Jan. 24, made by acclaimed filmmaker Peter Bogdonavich, that chronicles the life and works of silent film actor and comedian, Buster Keaton.
Say Amen, Somebody comes up on Jan. 31 is about the American gospel music scene, focusing on pioneers of the genre, Thomas Dorsey and Willie May Ford Smith.
The finale will be another music documentary. Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice tells the story of the singer’s life in a showing on Feb. 7.
Each ticket will be $5, or passes are available for all 5 films for only $20.