With the horrifying events of two weeks ago still fresh in our minds, it's safe to say the time is particularly ripe for a feel-good movie — and it would be tough to find a better-feeling film than Jim Bigham and Mark Moorman's inspiring documentary about Miami's Spirit of Goodwill Band, made up of 28 musicians with a variety of disabilities, including autism, Down syndrome, blindness and cerebral palsy. Under the patient but firm guidance of music program director Javier Peña, the musicians tackle daunting arrangements of songs that would challenge professional players in preparation for a performance before over a thousand people at the 2008 U.S. Conference of Mayors. The rehearsal and concert footage is fabulously entertaining and uplifting, but some of the most poignant moments come as the filmmakers follow nine of the band members through the struggles and joys of their daily lives — at their Goodwill Industries jobs and at home with their families. For Once in My Life won the Audience Award for Documentary Feature at last year's SXSW Film Awards and the Gibson Impact of Music Award at the Nashville Film Festival. The screening is part of the ITVS Community Cinema series co-sponsored by Nashville Public Television.