Summer Film Series


The Waupaca Area Public Library will be offering a film discussion program featuring documentaries on the first Wednesday of each summer month. The programs will be held in the lower level meeting at 6:30 pm and will include free popcorn and drinks.

June 3, 6:30
Who Killed the Electric Car? (MPAA rating: PG)
Investigates the development and demise of the fuel-efficient, environment-friendly electric car.

July 1, 6:30
Super Size Me (MPAA rating: PG-13)
Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock embarks on a journey to find out if fast food is making Americans fat.

August 5, 6:30
The Hollywood Librarian: A Look at Librarians Through Film (Not rated by the MPAA)
A vivid blend of factual documentary, feature film, and storytelling, it reveals the history and realities of librarianship in the entertaining and appealing context of American movies.


The films were chosen to stimulate thought and discussion on current issues," says Library Director Peg Burington. "Our Western Film series last winter was very successful and those present enjoyed the shared experience of film on the big screen. We chose the time of day (6:30 pm) for this program so that working adults could participate.