Let's be honest, things are crazy expensive nowadays, even in our beloved Missoula! So when something awesome comes along that's both free AND worthy of a night out, people tend to take notice!

My friend Sarah works for the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival  all year long and they are constantly sharing incredible documentaries with the Missoula community. The latest is a documentary called 'The Sensitives.' Here's what's about:

For the increasing number of people who are suffering from environmental illnesses, the modern world is full of unseen threats. Pesticides, perfumes, cell phones—any of these can send a “sensitive” into a debilitating downward spiral. Stunningly cinematic, The Sensitives, documents three families struggling with these issues. Joe, too sick to care for himself, faces an impossible choice: an uncertain future with his ever-burdened family or the lure of a safe community built for sensitives like him, far away. Twin brothers Sam and Nathan live with their mother, Karen, inside a sterilized safe home they haven’t left in years but a tragedy causes upheaval and uprooting in their fragile existence. And Susie, who decamped from society decades ago for a remote desert homestead, has finally found relief but contemplates returning to advocate for awareness, risking her own health. Shot over three years, the film captures the hope and humanity that makes the marginalized undeniably relatable.

Sounds pretty interesting, right?! So if you're down for an awesome and affordable night out, the Big Sky Film Festival is showing The Sensitives TONIGHT at 7pm at the Missoula Community Theater! Again, it's FREE ADMISSION to everyone and the director will do a Q & A after the screening!

WHAT: Documentary - The Sensitives

WHERE: Missoula Community Theater

  • 200 N Adams St, Missoula MT 59802

WHEN: TONIGHT - Wednesday Sept. 6th, 2017

TIME: 7-9pm

ADMISSION: FREE