Life, Meaning & Videotape presents: I Am

When: Thu., March 20, 7 p.m. 2014

Though the New York Times called it "a little beatific, a little high on wonder, a little platitudinous," with Roger Ebert describing it as "a film as watchable as a really good TV commercial, and just as deep," I Am is still to be lauded for trying to prove an interesting point: All things are connected, so act accordingly. (Also, money is bad.) It comes from Tom Shadyac, who made millions directing movies like The Nutty Professor, but donated most of it after suffering a near-fatal accident. The 2011 film — which features commentary from luminaries like Noam Chomsky and Archbishop Desmond Tutu — screens for free at 7 tonight at the Tim Gill Center for Public Media (315 E. Costilla St., — Bryce Crawford

Price: Free

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