Second Monday Movie Committee


Enemies of Peace: Preventing the Next War in the Middle East serves as a warning sign of the impending threat of escalating war, specifically in the Middle East, especially considering the ongoing conflicts in Syria and Yemen and the massive proliferation of arms sales to several Middle Eastern countries by our government; in addition the increasing number of U.S. Military bases and direct U.S. military involvement in the region illustrate the deepening involvement of the U.S in a widening conflict zone. 

Sadly, our governmental officials as well as the public are not sufficiently informed in regards to the dynamics of the conflicts in the region. Featuring commentary by Medea Benjamin, Max Blumenthal, Andrew Bacevich, Abby Martin and others, Enemies of Peace offers insights and solutions not often expressed by the mainstream media.

(2018, 1 hr 15 mn, Documentary, Director: Roland Marconi Gini)

Connecting the dots. . . A chance to discuss the film follows the showing.

Always FREE and open to the public. 

ALL ARE WELCOME! Free popcorn!

Sponsored by the WAMM Movie Committee

MAY MOVIE: HIT & STAY, MAY 13, 7 p.m.

On May 17, 1968, nine Catholic activists, including Daniel and Philip Berrigan, entered a Selective Service office in suburban Catonsville, Maryland, dragged stacks of Draft Board records out into the parking lot, and set them on fire with homemade napalm. They then prayed, and waited to be arrested. In doing so, they kindled a wave of similar protests against the Vietnam War across the country that swept up dozens of participants and inspired thousands, and then millions. Hit & Stay tells the story of the nine and those who joined them in protesting the war. Catonsville galvanized the nonviolent antiwar resistance away from protest marches and toward direct actions by ordinary citizens against draft boards. Through interviews with many of the participants (as well as observers Amy Goodman, Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn), Hit & Stay explores the early actions, the activists going to prison or going underground, the FBI’s pushback against the movement, the escalating scale and stakes, and the ultimate victory of the protesters in the trial of the Camden 28. A documentary film by Joe Tropea and Skizz Cyzyk.

(2013, 1 hr, 39 mn, USA)

Connecting the dots. . . A chance to discuss the film follows the showing.

Always FREE and open to the public. 

ALL ARE WELCOME! Free popcorn!

Sponsored by the WAMM Movie Committee


The Second Monday Movie committee meets virtually via e-mail. 

JOIN US as we bring cutting edge and informative movies to WAMM Second Monday Movies. 

Here are some things Movie Committee volunteers do.

  • Some fun things

    • Help choose the movies WAMM for Second Monday Movie Nights.

    • Get to see movies not usually seen in movie theaters or on television.

    • Meet like-minded interesting people with new perspectives during discussions on movie night.

    • Help introduce movies and lead a discussion.

  • Some PR things

    • Help with PR by leafleting at events you attend and talking to people about the movie of the month to your friends and others who may be interested.

    • Share on your social media and email

  • Some technical things

    • Help set up the projector and sound system on movie nights.

    • Help make popcorn (with our machine it becomes technical!)

  • Some practical things

    • Help set up and clean up the room on movie night.

    • Monitor and control the lights on movie night.

Not able to make a long term commitment? We are always looking for one-night only help as well!

Contact the WAMM office for more information - 612-827-5364