The reservation list for the Carson McCullers Centennial screening is completely full. There may be cancellations, in which case new reservation will be taken, so check the ordering fields below regularly.
An evening in honor of Carson McCullers, a resident of Nyack from 1945 to 1967. After these films, both adapted from short stories by McCullers, stay for a discussion with directors Karen Allen and Kristi Zea; Director of the Carson McCullers Center, Nick Norwood; and moderator Susanna Styron.
This is a FREE program, so reservations in advance are strongly recommended.
A limited number of early reservation seats are available only to members of Rivertown Film beginning on March 8. Reservations will be accepted for non-members beginning on Sunday, March 12. Make reservations online below, or at Brown Paper Tickets. Or call Brown Paper Tickets at 800-838-3006.
A TREE. A ROCK. A CLOUD.
Directed by Karen Allen
With Jeffrey DeMunn, James McMenamin and Jackson Smith
USA, 2016, 30 minutes
Wisdom is passed from an older man to a young boy when they meet by chance in the early morning hours at a roadside café in 1947.
A DOMESTIC DILEMMA
Directed by Kristi Zea
With Andie MacDowell, Ray Liotta
USA, 1991, 30 minutes
An exploration of a marriage that’s on the rocks because of the wife’s drinking problem.
Community Partners: Nyack Library, Nyack Center, Rockland Pride
Presented by Rivertown Film and the Carson McCullers Center for Writers and Musicians at Columbus State University.
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