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On Saturday night, the Greater Park Circle Film Society and Lowcountry Environmental Education Programs bring two water-related documentaries to the big screen at the the Olde North Charleston Picture House at 7 p.m.
The films to be shown are the award-winning Web of Water that records a three-week kayaking trip throughout the state, and Tapped, a film on the corrupt corporations and business practices behind bottled water.
Hop over to the Charleston City Paper for and in-depth description of Tapped, or the Greater Park Circle Film Society's Web site for brief descriptions of both films.
Tickets are just $2 for members and $5 for non-members.
The Olde North Charleston Picture House is located at 1080 East Montague Avenue.