Bloomington, Illinois, May 12, 2019–The library in Bloomington is home to a number of high-profile films, from The Princess Bride to The Princess and the Frog.
But there’s one film that’s been in the works for years: the movie High School Movies.
For years, the movie has been a favorite of the school’s staff.
In fact, the school even used to host screenings of the movie to promote the film’s upcoming release.
But in 2019, a new plan was put in place to turn the movie into a film festival.
So, in the wake of the cancellation of the high school film festival, the library decided to put the film on the list of events they’re doing.
That meant it had to be an event that would draw a crowd, be at least 30 minutes long and would include both a classroom screening and a live audience.
According to the Bloominglawn High School Association, the plan was to hold the event at the end of June and end the following week.
It was set to take place at the Hooper Library, which is right next door to the library, so it made sense to set the event on campus.
The Hooper library is located on campus, but it’s also located right on the border of campus.
The library’s director of special events, Emily Stoltz, told the Indianapolis Star that the event would not be open to the general public.
The library’s event coordinator, Kelly Pritchard, said that it was important to include the library’s student body in the event because it was a “shared space” and that students and staff have “a lot in common.”
Stoltz said that the library wanted to make sure that students were aware of the event’s planned date, because they were not expected to attend.
“We wanted to create the event for the students to feel like it was happening,” she said.
“We’re just as excited about the opportunity to have this event as we are the opportunity for students to come and see the movie and learn from it.”
The Hoopers’ library is a relatively small space, and there’s just one room in the main library.
But Stoltk said that this was an ideal situation to showcase the movie in a safe, comfortable and intimate setting.
“It’s not a place where you can sit down, have a meal, a conversation, or just sit and read,” she explained.
“You have a safe space.
You have a place to go and have your own space, just like any other movie theater.”
Pritchard said that when the Hoopers are in their library, they often have movie premieres and screenings.
So it’s something that is always on the schedule for the library.
But the Hoops did not know that the theater would be a part of the festival until this past weekend, when it was announced that the film would be screened.
“Our staff were excited to see the Hoppers library showcase the film to the entire student body,” Stolty said.
So far, more than 30 people have been admitted to the theater, including children.
“Students and faculty are really excited about what the Hoopers library is doing to promote this film and to help us make sure this film is seen by as many people as possible,” said Stoltp.