TAW ON FILM!
Join us March 20, 21 and 22 for TAW on Film! Three days of films by our members, including work by Keir Dullea and Sachi Parker.
Special Film Festival Pricing!
$10 for one night and $20 for all three!
Friday Night, March 20th, 8:00 pm, at TAW: “Two By Sue”
All Me All The Time by Sue Cinoman 75 minutes, 2009
Two girls party wildly on the night of their high school graduation while the marriages of their parents unravel in suburban kitchens.
Directed by husband, Doug Tenaglia
Features TAW actors Mia Dillon, Keir Dullea, and Sachi Parker.
Music by Greg Wachs, cinematography by Christo Bakalov. Filmed in Connecticut.
Love and Class in Connecticut also by Sue Cinoman 40 minutes, 2007
No one invited Tina, the black sheep sister, to be at the naming ceremony of her sister’s baby. Tina shows up anyway, not to see the baby, but to see the baby’s father and to make sure he sees her.
Winner, “Best Narrative”, New England Film and Video Festival
Judges’ Choice, Best Connecticut Filmmaker, Connecticut Film Festival, 2008
Official Selection, Berkshire International Film Festival
Director, Doug Tenaglia
Featuring TAW actors Joanna Keylock, Carol Schweid, and Bill Phillips.
Filmed in Woodbridge, CT
Saturday Night March 21st, 8:00pm, at TAW, a viewing of, The Hoodlum Priest, hosted by founding member, Keir Dullea
Keir in his 1961 film debut portraying Billy Lee Jackson, a doomed troubled, youth.
Based on the real-life Jesuit priest, Charles Clark, a minister to street gangs in 1959 Saint Louis.
Director, Irvin Kershner
Writers Joseph Landon & Don Murray
Winner, OCIC Award at the Cannes Film Festival, 1961.
Named to the National Board of Review USA top Ten Films of 1961.
Sunday, March 22nd, at 3:00, at TAW, a viewing of The Wicked Witch of the West is Dead hosted by its star, Sachi Parker.
115 minute family drama released in 2008.
Yuichi Kimura plays a junior high school student who refuses to go to school. Her parents are living apart, so her distressed but sympathetic mother sends her to stay with her grandmother (Sachi Parker) in the country for awhile. Her grandmother gives Mai training as a witch (she calls herself “The Wicked Witch Of The West” ) and also teaches Mai important values of life itself.
Shot in Kiyasato and Yamanishi Japan. Color, Dolby digital sound.
Director, Shunichi Nagasaki
Writers: Kaho Nashiki(based on the novel) and Kaori Mizushima(screenplay).
Winner, Best Art Direction(Kyoko Yauchi) at Mainichi Film Concours 2009
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Classic Night Reading of
The Man Who Came To Dinner
by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
April 24 and 25 at 8 PM
and April 26 at 3 PM
Directed by Drew Denbaum
Richard C. Leonard
House opens 30 minutes prior to curtain. $10 donation at the door.