Category: Visual Arts
Our second season of potluck suppers and a movie begins on December 13th. Last year's series was a hit with 9 excellent films introduced by Castine residents who selected a favorite film for the series. Some interesting background is given, scenes to watch for, who turned down the role, where the story originated, amusing stories from behind the scenes, etc., all of which make the viewing more interesting.
If you are willing to host a film, please contact Debby Neve to fill in the schedule. Try to pick movies that, perhaps, everyone has not seen before or even knows about. An exellent on-line resource for movies is imdb.com.
Dates planned for the seriesin 2018 are: 1/24, 2/8, 2/21, 3/14, 3/21, 4/3, 4/17, 5/01, 5/15, and 5/29. These are every other Tuesday. Watch for announcements in emails and in the Patriot.
Potluck starts at 5:30 followed by the film at 6:30 (you can opt to just come for the film, but the dinners are great!)
Location: Emerson Hall
Admission is free!
Upcoming Movies (click on the movie title to see the trailer)
January 24th: Waking Ned Devine, introduced by Margery Read
February 8th: The Intouchables, introduced by Debby Neve.
February 22nd: Oh God!, introduced by Tim Hall.
March 21st: Fantasia, introduced by Sam Friedlander. NOTE: times are 5:00 potluck, 6:00 movie
April 3rd: What's Up Doc?, introduced by Paul Gray
April 17th: Bread & Tulips, introduced by Berna Kaiserian
May 1st: The Color Purple, introduced by Bob Friedlander
May 15th: The Train (1964), introduced by Don Tenney and Peter Davis.
May 29th: Maudie, introduced by Johanna Sweet
Debby Neve - 326-7100; email@example.com