Programming

Marinsomnia

An after hours block of vintage films ranging from romance to thrillers, for the sleep deprived and restless.

Monday - Thursday at Midnight
COMMUNITY CHANNEL

Next week we will be playing:

Murder on the Campus (1939) - A popular young student finds herself accused of a series of murders that have occurred on the college campus.

Million Dollar Weekend (1948) - Nicholas Lawrence, a young stockbroker, embezzles a million dollars worth of cash and stock, planning to flee to Shanghai.

Rompeviento TV

Rompeviento llega a Marin TV. Un espacio abierto a la pluralidad, al debate y al pensamiento crítico, comprometido con la libertad de expresión y el derecho a la información. Sintoniza Marin TV, Canal 30 de Lunes a Viernes 5PM y Sabados 6-11PM.

Rompeviento is a space for plurality, debate and critical thinking, it is committed to freedom of expression and the right to information.

Mill Valley First Friday: Miss Representation

Debuting in January 2011 in celebration of the Library's centennial year, the ongoing "First Fridays" series presents different narratives, ideas and presentations that an audience might otherwise not consider or experience.

Muir Woods Meeting online

Muir Woods Congestion Public Meeting
Wednesday, June 18, 2014

The recording of this meeting is below - cablecast dates coming soon.

The National Park Service has announced a public meeting about a proposed reservation system for parking and shuttles to manage traffic congestion and visitation at Muir Woods. This meeting follows an initial public scoping meeting held on September 18, 2013 at the Tam Valley Elementary School. Representatives from the County of Marin and California State Parks plan to attend and participate in the meeting.

The concept for a parking lot on Panoramic Highway at Homestead Hill has been eliminated from further consideration.

More information will be available on the project website before the meeting:
http://parkplanning.nps.gov/muwo_access

Economics of Happiness

'Going Local' is the way to repair our fractured world - our ecosystems, our societies, and ourselves. With stunning footage and though provoking commentary from thinkers from six continents, the film demonstrates that a better world is not only possible, it's within our reach.

Fri 10/12/12 10:00 AM Channel 26
Wed 10/17/12 06:30 PM Channel 26

This film is also available with Spanish subtitles, here are the airdates:

Sat 10/27/12 07:30 PM Channel 26
Mon 10/22/12 02:30 PM Channel 26

Live televised interview with Spying on Democracy author Heidi Boghosian

UPDATE: You can now watch the interview online here: http://youtu.be/3L1zEaEZLV8

Wednesday, October 2nd, 6:00pm PST

City Lights Foundation/Publishing and the Community Media Center of Marin present an evening with Heidi Boghosian who will be discussing Spying on Democracy: Government Surveillance, Corporate Power, and Public Resistance. Host Peter B. Collins will moderate a discussion and excerpt-reading session that will be televised live out of the Marin TV studio before a live audience. The broadcast will begin at 6pm and air on the Marin TV Education Channel (Comcast 30/AT&T 99) as well as stream online. Viewers may watch online at http://cmcm.tv/citylights and send questions to the moderator for discussion. Sign up to be part of the live studio audience by clicking here.

"Heidi Boghosian's Spying on Democracy is the answer to the question, 'if you're not doing anything wrong, why should you care if someone's watching you?'"—Michael German, Senior Policy Counsel, ACLU and former FBI agent

International Forgiveness Day

Don't miss the 16th International Forgiveness Day celebration. Those that are awarded as champions or heroes of forgiveness are people who have courageously and dramatically stepped forward to demonstrate and exemplify the concepts of forgiveness, reconciliation and peace.

Speakers include: Matthew Fox, a former Catholic priest and internationally known teacher and Sarah Lahey who, after surviving parental abuse as a child, founded "Hunting for Happiness", a non-profit committed to teaching forgiveness.

Public Banking Conference

How often do you get a chance to join with other creative minds discussing how best to redesign the banking systems of nations, in ways that would create new prosperity for millions and help to rebuild local economies? The Public Banking Conference at Dominican University will discuss the banking crisis and new public banking solutions.

Catch CMCM's live stream:
http://cmcm.tv/publicbanking

Sunday, June 2nd 1-5pm and 7-10pm

Monday, June 3rd 9am-9pm

Tuesday, June 4th 8:30am-11am

Find out more at http://publicbankinginstitute.org

IJ Forums: The future of cattle ranching in Point Reyes National Seashore

Cattle ranching and dairy farms have been part of West Marin’s culture and economy for generations, but how much longer will that continue in the Point Reyes National Seashore?

The question takes center stage in the newest session of IJ Forums, which puts the spotlight on a lawsuit filed against the National Park Service by three environmental groups. They contend cattle are causing erosion, polluting waterways, producing greenhouse gases, harming endangered species and blocking public access.

IJ Forums

Eye of the Storm

Congratulations to local filmmaker Kramer Herzog for winning the CreaTiVe Excellence Award for Eye of the Storm.

On the night of December 13, 2005, San Quentin Village was hit by a media storm generated by the coming execution of Crips co-founder Tookie Williams. The film's director, Kramer Herzog, is a resident of the village, and in return for the use of his property, the FOX National News crew granted Herzog permission to film and interact with them over the course of the 24 hours leading up to the midnight execution.

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