Stories connect our communities and cultures to nature and the environments in which we live. Join POST as we screen Studio Ghibli’s Princess Mononoke in Theatre on Sunday, March 19, doors open at 6 PM.
Set in 14th Century Japan, Princess Mononoke is a beloved film that follows a young tribal warrior named Ashitaka, who stumbles into a bitter war in which a girl raised by wolves defends her forest home against the people of Iron Town, who have entered into conflict with the spirits of nature by cutting down a forest to dig their mines. This epic masterpiece by director Hayao Miyazaki deals with themes of people’s relationship to nature, the consequences of taking too much from the land, and the challenge of living in balance with the ecosystems that sustain us.
Stories connect people to nature. This film may not follow our traditional path, but the themes presented by Princess Mononoke relate to similar stories across many cultures and has inspired countless individuals to explore a respectful relationship with the natural world. We are excited to host you for this inspirational and beautiful movie.
DISCLAIMER: Please be aware that this film is rated PG-13 and depicts images of violence and gore. Be advised that there are several intense moments throughout the film that might not be appropriate for all community members. With this caution in mind, please consider if this film is for you! The runtime is 2 hr 13 min. Minors should be accompanied by a parent or guardian. All seating is General Admission, first come first served.
COVID-19 Policy: Masks are required for this event. We will provide masks if you forget to bring your own. We ask that you do not attend this event if you are experiencing any COVID-19-related symptoms including fever or chills; cough; shortness of breath or difficulty breathing; fatigue; muscle or body aches; headache; new loss of taste or smell; sore throat; congestion or runny nose; nausea or vomiting; diarrhea.