First Sunday Film Club
The First Sunday Film Series showcases our extensive collection of films. We present award-winning movies from a wide range of genres, including drama, action, comedy, science fiction and documentaries. All films are shown on the big screen in our movie theater.
So get out of the house and join us the first Sunday of each month for an afternoon of film the way it was intended to be experienced – on a big screen, with fellow movie buffs.
All films begin at 2 p.m.
June 2: Suddenly, Last Summer
During a summer trip in Spain, Catherine witnesses her cousin’s murder. Her aunt, Violet Venable attempts to bribe a psycho-surgeon into lobotomizing her to cover up the truth about her son’s death. Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift. No Rating, 114 minutes, 1959
Location & Times
All performances are at the David L. Tandy Lecture Hall in the Central Library.
The First Sunday Film Club is made possible in part by the Fort Worth Public Library Foundation through a generous grant from the David L. Tandy Foundation.
Parking is available in the 3rd Street Garage. Parking is free on weekends.
To make arrangements for sign language interpretation, please call 817-392-READ or TDD 817-871-8926 at least 48 hours in advance.
If you would like to suggest a film or subscribe to our First Sunday Film Club email newsletter, send us an email. Be sure to include "First Sunday" in the subject line.