Code Black

7:00 PM
Thursday, May 4, 2017
Terrazas Branch
1105 E. César Chávez St.
512-974-3625

Code Black

Controversy & Conversation: A Difficult Dialogues Program 2017

First Thursday of the month

A series of documentaries about the most controversial issues of the day. Prior to all screenings will be a 30 minute informal conversation at 6:30 PM, in addition to the moderated discussion that follows film. 
Select screenings will include a Q&A with guest speakers. 

 

 

Code Black

(2013)

A notorious trauma bay in an inner-city E.R. earns its keep as the 'hurt locker of medicine' as new, idealistic and adrenaline-seeking doctors train in an environment akin to a war zone. When the hospital moves to a swank new building, the rush fades and bureaucracy gridlocks the state-of-the-art facility, and the doctors are faced with the unexpected realities of life and death in a safety-net health-care system on the brink of overload.

Join us for a movie screening. Watch and discover new films at the Austin Public Library.

Presented in partnership with The University of Texas Humanities Institute’s Difficult Dialogues program. 

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