The second documentary film in the WPD's film series is "Undefeated," another Academy Award winning documentary. The screening is free and will take place at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 20 at the Cape Fear Community College's Schwartz Center, located at 601 Front Street. There will be a follow-up group discussion after the film.
"Undefeated" tells the story of a football coach and his team and how they became a true academic and athletic team after years of losing seasons.
Although there is no charge to see the film, tickets are required and can be obtained at the Wilmington Police Department, WWAY TV3 or CFCC at 402 N. Front Street. For group seating, contact the WPD at 341-4608.
The film series features powerful, life-changing documentaries with a goal of re-shaping the minds and futures of our youth. The films show the importance of self-discipline, respect and integrity and are a creative and unique way to reach young audiences. These events are absolutely free to the community and promote partnership with area businesses and community organizations.
In April, more than 350 adults and young people attended the Academy Award Winning documentary "Bully."