One of the most common questions ACT’s staff is asked is where and how people can access the films that ACT screens? Whether you want a loved one to see a film that moved you or you had a schedule conflict that prevented attending, it can be difficult (or take a long time) to gain access.
This is partly because ACT presents some of the newest films available. For example, our 2019 opening night selection Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements had only played at Sundance and one other festival prior to ACT. Many of ACT’s programmed films will circulate at various festivals for a year or more prior to being publicly accessible.
So, while you wait for some of our favorites from 2019, we put together a list of all the films ACT has screened in the past four years and where they are currently available. There are several that are streaming for free or can be rented. Also save the date, N. Scott Momaday: Words from a Bear will be on PBS this fall. Enjoy!
Click here to access the list and if/where films are currently available: