Thursday, Feb. 6th at 6:30pm

at the Metro Theater

Encircle Films presents

The Invisible Class

“The Invisible Class” explores what it means to be homeless in America, challenging stereotypes and examining the systematic causes of mass homelessness in the wealthiest nation in the world.  Previous documentaries on homelessness tended to focus on individual people or subsections like veterans, the elderly or the chronically homeless. While these are important aspects, each is only a sliver of the overall situation.  Mass homelessness didn’t always exist. We find out why it does now…from the system that created it to the criminalization that perpetuates it.

Discussion following film.

 

And DON’T MISS THE METRO OSCAR WATCHING EVENT February 9, which will be a benefit for Encircle Films and the Eugene Film Society (another great local 501(c)(3) community arts nonprofit. Your $30 admission includes a five-course menu of small plates from the Metro kitchen, champagne (or other beverage) and bottomless popcorn! There will be ballots and gifts for the most predictions as well as a raffle with prizes including tickets to Encircle Films, the opera, and the Oregon Country Fair. Dress up or not – there will be a red carpet! Find all the information for this special evening at: https://www.broadwaymetro.com/films/awards-night-dinner-and-benefit-2020

And keep in mind next month’s film March 5th: Capturing the Flag