'For Flint' is a story of how art comes from tragic circumstances, and the FIA is offering a free screening of the movie tonight.

The movie follows Flint residents through the hardest part of the Flint Water Crisis, and paints a very honest picture of how difficult it is. Instead of stopping the story there, the movie shows how people find ways to stay positive and creative, even in the worst of times.

Director Brian Schulz and the Flint residents that appeared in the film will be at the FIA for a panel discussion after the showing. 'For Flint' debuted at the Tribeca Film Fest in New York, and was one of the surprise favorites of the event.

The screening tonight will be free, but seating is on a first come, first serve basis. The doors of the FIA will open at 6:45, with the screening starting at 7:30pm. After the showing, the panel discussion will begin, lasting till around 9pm.  You can get more information about the 'For Flint' screening here.