New York Film Critics Series

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OCTOBER 22 @ 6:30pm  (plan to arrive a little early to catch the pre-show with Peter Travers)

STONYFIELD  CINEMA
$12 per ticket
Preview screening of  A THOUSAND TIMES GOODNIGHT                                                                                                                

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A_Thousand_Times_Good_Night-521073524-large This nation-wide premiere screening series not only gives you “first look” at some of the best new independent films, but also presents up close and personal discussions with major movie stars, producers, writers and directors.

Each New York Film Critics Series screening is features Q&A’s with filmmakers and actors recorded before a live audience in New York City and moderated by the film critic Peter Travers (Rolling Stone, ABC, Newsweek). Events will take place once a month on a weeknight, days vary each month based on film and talent availability.

Past Series highlights have included such prestigious films as Beasts of the Southern WildSilver Linings PlaybookUp in the AirBlack Swan, and appearances by guests Woody Harrelson, Frank Langella, Edward Norton, Paul Giammati, Ellen Page, Alan Arkin, and John Turturro.

Red River Theatres, one of the leading independent movie theaters in the U.S, has partnered with The New York Film Critics Series® (NYFCS®), to present live, national, in-theater screenings.. The events are moderated by Peter Travers, film critic for Rolling Stone Magazine, and ABC’s Popcorn along with additional coverage by Alison Bailes of More Magazine, WOR Radio, and The Charlie Rose Show. The Series presents interactive, in-theater; pre-release movies and big screen HD simulcast with the stars and filmmakers.

THE STORY: Rebecca is one of the world’s top war photographers. On assignment while photographing a female suicide bomber group, she gets too near and is badly hurt in an explosion. Back home, another bomb drops. Her husband and daughters can no longer bear the thought of her dying on assignment in some faraway land. She is given an ultimatum: choose between your work or your family. The choice seems obvious… A THOUSAND TIMES GOODNIGHT was inspired by the director’s own experiences as a war photographer in the 1980s.