Presented by The Arizona Browncoats

Serenity in the Desert


Also featuring a screening of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-a-Long Blog!
Doors open at 3:00pm for pre-screening activities | Screening at 4:00pm

Before he brought the global box-office to its knees with The Avengers, Joss Whedon brought his beloved sci-if/western TV series Firefly to the big screen with Serenity, which offered proof positive that his butt-kicking Browncoats deserved a much better fate than premature TV cancellation. This fun and exciting sci-fi flick, a blast for both hardcore Firefly fans and newbies alike, makes us all hope we haven’t seen the last of Whedon’s good ship Serenity. (Dir. by Joss Whedon, USA, 2005, 119 mins., Rated PG-13)

Serenity is taut, immersive, and alternately hilarious and heartbreaking, a well-balanced blend of whooping Wild West action and space opera.” – Tasha Robinson, Onion AV Club

Presented by The Arizona Browncoats, with all proceeds benefiting The Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona. Watch the film again on the big screen with your closest friends, supporting Tucson’s essential non-profit art house cinema! Arizona Browncoats, Inc. (AzBc, Inc.), is an official Arizona non-profit organization dedicated to promoting unity and equality among all people. Since 2006, Arizona Browncoats has raised over $80,000 for charity. Monies raised from our events have benefited Equality Now, an international women’s rights organization, as well as local charities, including the Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona, Growth Improvement for Female Teens, and Fresh Start Women’s Foundation and Resource Center. We have also participated in events for the benefit of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the Arizona Hemophilia Association, and Kids Need to Read.

Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona
Our mission is to collaborate to achieve social, political and economic change that empowers women and girls. We connect. We advocate. We invest. When you give to the Women’s Foundation, you transform over 20 nonprofit organizations in southern Arizona reaching over 15,000 women and girls. Create change for women and girls in our community. When women thrive, our community prospers.