Brooklyn Popcorn was honored to be able to serve movie patrons at the SVA Theatre in New York City on March 23, 2013. The event, a collaboration between, Art Not War and USA Action, hosted a special screening of Michael Moore’s “Bowling for Columbine” film.

The event marked the 10 year anniversary of the film’s release and followed with a dialogue on gun control, particularly on assault weapons and a call for required background checks concerning firearm purchases.

Brooklyn Popcorn had the opportunity to serve our best and biggest popped kernels with all the gourmet trimmings at the event. Movie goers had their fill of delicious popcorn, while turning out for such a special and important event.

Bowling for Columbine was dedicated to the memory of Laura Wilcox, a victim of the Columbine massacre. Michael Moore, an Academy Award winning director, Lori Haas, the surviving mother of a Virginia Tech shooting victim, and Garlin Gilchrist II of used the film screening as an opportunity to discuss serious issues faced by this country concerning guns, gun violence and gun control.