Second showing at 7:30 p.m. A moving documentary about World War I that commemorates the centennial of the end of the war with never-before-seen colorized footage from the battlefield.

Director Peter Jackson uses colorization and modern production techniques to immerse the audience into the soldiers’ actual experiences. To complete the film, the crew reviewed 600 hours of interviews from 200 veterans and restored 100 hours of original film footage. Jackson wanted the documentary to remind audiences that "[the soldiers] saw a war in color, they certainly didn't see it in black and white,” making the film a testament to their humanity.

In accordance with the Arts Council’s COVID-19 theater health guidelines, there are limited tickets to this event.

The matinee showing at 1 pm will have open captioning to increase the enjoyment of movies at the Arts Center for those with hearing impairments. The 7:30 pm showing will have captioning if requested in advance. Assistive Listening Devices are always available.


  • Occurred Friday, May 14th, 2021 @ 1:00 pm


Carroll Arts Center

91 W. Main St.
Westminster, MD 21157


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