Directed by Matt Wolf. African American Marion Stokes was a Philadelphia woman, radicalized by the civil rights movement, who obsessively recorded television newscasts on VHS tapes—eventually 24/7—from 1979 until her death in 2012. She amassed a collection of 70,000 cassettes that comprise an unprecedented chronicle of America during the modern TV era. But she also turned recluse and grew alienated from her concerned family. “[A] fascinatingly oddball story” —Hollywood Reporter. (USA, 2019, color, Blu-ray, 87 min.)
Admission $10, CMA members $7.