Connecticut movie theaters are offering some students a chance to see the new movie, "Selma" for free this weekend.
The movie traces the 1965 Martin Luther King-led civil rights march from Selma, Alabama to the State Capitol in Montgomery.
The free tickets are being offered as an educational opportunity, according to a release. Students from seventh to ninth grade are eligible for the free tickets for shows from Friday through Monday.
Participating theaters are:
- AMC Loews Danbury 16, Danbury
- AMC Loews Plainville 20, Plainville
- Bow Tie Cinemas Majestic 6, Stamford
- Bow Tie Cinemas Plaza 3, Greenwich
- Bow Tie Cinemas Royale, Norwalk
- Cinema City At The Palace, Hartford
- Cinemark Buckland Hills 18 + IMAX, Manchester
- Cinemark Connecticut Post 14 + IMAX, Milford
- Cinemark North Haven 12, North Haven
- Showcase Cinemas Bridgeport, Bridgeport