The 1996 documentary “Low y Cool,” about a group of Chicanos who rode
their lowrider bicyclists through Tucson’s South Side streets, will have
a 25th anniversary screening on Jan. 8. Marianne Dissard, the director, said the showing will be a
chance to talk about what has and hasn’t changed in Tucson over two and a
half decades since its release, especially on the topic of identity.

The Screening Room will host two evening screenings at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m on Saturday. The full-length film
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