Screen time

Stars of the silver screen and of America’s environmental movement are the subjects of two films Cinemareno will screen this weekend. The film-appreciation group presents the complete, restored version of the 1954 film A Star Is Born, featuring Judy Garland and James Mason. The musical drama is considered one of Garland’s best films and features one of her signature songs, “The Man That Got Away.” The screening begins 2 p.m. Oct. 16 at Nevada Museum of Art. The next day, Cinemareno presents the Reno debut of Kelly Duane’s documentary film Monumental: David Brower’s Fight for Wild America. The film tells the story of Brower (pictured), a man who helped shape the Sierra Club from a regional hiking group into a national organization dedicated to protecting the environment. The Berkeley, Calif., native is also credited with halting the construction of dams in the Grand Canyon and establishing Redwood National Park and Point Reyes National Seashore in California. The documentary includes Brower’s 16mm hand-held footage of wilderness areas as well as interviews with people who knew the environmental activist. Monumental begins 2 p.m. Oct. 17 at NMA, 160 W. Liberty St. Tickets are $6. Call 329-3333 or visit for details.—Kelley Lang