A movie that was filmed in Bozeman back in the spring of 2015 will be shown at the Ellen Theater on Tuesday night (Dec 6th).

Actress Lily Gladstone, who is actually a Montanan, will join the Bozeman Film Society  for a screening of the award-winning, Montana-based film, Certain Women. The screening will start at 7pm.

Shot in Livingston and Bozeman, Certain Women was ecstatically received at both Sundance and Toronto International Film Festival, going on to win Best Film at the London Film Festival. Directed by one of America's foremost directors, Kelly Reichardt (Wendy & Lucy, Meeks Cutoff), the film features a remarkable ensemble cast led by Michelle Williams, Kristen Stewart and Laura Dern, along with newcomer and Montanan, Lily Gladstone.

The quietly explosive chamber piece, based on a trio of short stories by Helena-born writer Maile Meloy, follows three women in a small, Montana town striving to forge their own paths amid the wide-open plains of the American west. Gladstone's portrayal of Jaime, opposite Stewart, has received sweeping praise for its heartfelt, vulnerable portrayal of a ranch hand facing an existential crisis, garnering her a nomination for Independent Film Project's Breakthrough Actor, and a nod in Rolling Stone magazine's "12 Breakout Stars." Salt Lake Tribune film critic Sean P. Means writes; "That a relative newcomer like Gladstone can go toe-to-toe with Kristen Stewart in every scene and break the viewer's heart is a small gift, just one of many this gently observational movie delivers."

The movie is rated R, the film runs 107 minutes. Closed captioning is available.
Tickets are $8.75/GA; $8.50/Seniors & Students (plus fees). The Ellen Theatre lobby opens at 6 pm for concession and bar; seating begins at 6:30 pm, shows begin at 7 pm. Our December 28th film title will be announced soon - visit www.bozemanfilmsociety.org for more information - and "Keep 'Em Flickering!"