Come watch the extraordinary cast of “CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS”, a unique film by Woody Allen which explores the complexity life, death, God, religion, morality, crimes and the responsibility, love and lust, happiness and the price one pays for it, and among those eternal subjects - how much fun it is to skip work or school and to sneak off to the movies...!
Guest Speaker Rick Winston, a film historian and public speaker, has been involved with film programs since 1970 when he founded the Lightning Ridge Film Society in Montpelier, Vermont that became the Savoy Theater in 1981, and which he ran with his partners until 2009.
Winston was also one of the co-founders of Montpelier’s Green Mountain Film Festival, and served as its Programming Director until 2012. “Crimes and Misdemeanors” is one of his favorites, and he will give us background, history, and help to explore the meaning of this unique Allen film. Read more about Rick Winston at http://rickwinston.org.
For more information, call 917-838-2646, Dorothy Goldstone, Festival Director, WMJFF
Tickets: BHC & Colonial Members - $9 ($6 for Son of Saul) General Admission - $10 ($8 for Son of Saul)
Passes: All 5 films included – All Audiences - $36
TICKET HOLDERS ARE INVITED TO TO THE PRE-FILM RECEPTION AND GUEST SPEAKER ON THE PATIO
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