Monday, November 2, 2015

Education Movie Screening - Monday, Nov. 9th

You are invited to attend a special screening of the award winning documentary, Most Likely To Succeed, in the Piper Theater at the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa at 7 PM on Monday, November 9th. There is no cost to attend and this is not a fundraiser for any cause.  

This non-partisan documentary takes a powerful look at our K-12 education system and focuses largely on learning options and student engagement.  The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and has since shown at numerous film festivals including the Tribeca Film Festival and was directed by Greg Whiteley, who also directed the MITT documentary.

The executive producer of the film, Ted Dintersmith, will be in attendance and will lead an always interesting QA/Discussion after the film has concluded.

Please register for the event here:

View the film trailer here:

Please feel free to invite family and friends who you think would be interested in attending but be sure to RSVP soon as seating is limited.

*Please note that this event is not sponsored by Gilbert Supporters of the Gifted.