“Like Notes of Music” : Film Screening and Artist Talk with Christian Peltenburg-Brechneff

Lyme Public Library 482 Hamburg Road, Lyme

The Lyme Library is honored to have internationally-known artist Christian Peltenburg-Brechneff appear to screen the film about his life and work “Like Notes of Music” and then speak about his paintings and inspirations. Mr. Peltenburg-Brechneff will also have copies of his books, “The Greek House”, “Into the Garden” and”Homage” available for purchase and signing. Refreshments […]

2024 International Fly Fishing Film Festival : Fairfield

Scandanavian Club 1351 South Pine Creek Road, Fairfield

March 29, 2024: Fairfield Still time to get your tickets for the international fly fishing film festival! This March, we’ve partnered up with Candlewood Valley and Nutmeg TU for THREE special showings of the IF4 in Bethel, Stamford, and Fairfield CT.  For more information    Still time to get your tickets for the international fly […]

$20

New Haven Symphony Orchestra “Renaissance Rhythms: From Harlem to New Haven,”Film Screening: Unsung Heroes: The Music of Jazz in New Haven

Stetson Branch Library 197 Dixwell Avenue, New Haven

The New Haven Symphony Orchestra (NHSO) will present “Renaissance Rhythms: From Harlem to New Haven,” a week of programs spanning the week of April 6- 14, which explore the artistic outpouring of music, theatre, and writing that flourished in both the Harlem Renaissance and New Haven’s Renaissance during the same era. Join us for a Film […]

Like Notes of Music: Documentary Screening and Artist Talk with Christian Peltenburg-Breshneff

Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library 2 Library Lane, Old Lyme

Internationally known artist Christian Peltenburg-Brechneff will screen his award winning documentary about his life and work Like Notes of Music. Copies of his books The Greek House, Into the Garden, and Homage will also be available for purchase.  A reception with follow at the Cooley Gallery, 25 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT at 4 pm […]

Documentary: SEEDS OF CHANGE to air on Connecticut Public Television

An organic farmer in Maine sets out to transform the Prison food system. Filmed over the course of two-years, Seeds of Change chronicles the intersecting stories of lifelong farmer Mark McBrine and several incarcerated men as they grow their own food on a five-acre prison garden unlike any other. Nick Callanan, Director of the Maine Outdoor Film Festival […]

New Documentary Film Screening: “The Italian Factor” 1890s NYC Sculptors: The Piccirilli Brothers

Fairfield University Art Museum 200 Barlow Road, Fairfield

On Thursday, April 18 at 5 p.m. in the Diffley Board Room, Bellarmine Hall, filmmaker Eduardo Montes-Bradley will present his new documentary, The Italian Factor, about the Italian-born Piccirilli brothers, who sculpted many important important monuments in New York including the lions that grace the entrance to New York Public Library. The screening is presented by Fairfield University's Italian […]

Film Screening and Facilitated Discussion: ‘Origin’: Directed by Ava DuVernay

Real Art Ways 56 Arbor Street, Hartford

Join is for a captivating evening as YWCA Hartford Region, in partnership with Real Art Ways, presents the “Origin” Screening & Discussion event! This event is FREE for all, but registration is strongly encouraged. Secure your spot today and be part of a dynamic conversation exploring the root of racism and building bridges to equity. […]

Film Screening: Yves Klein Monotone-Silence Symphony

St. James Church 865 Madison Avenue, NYC

On the occasion of the exhibition Yves Klein and the Tangible World, Lévy Gorvy Dayan will present a performance of Klein’s Monotone-Silence Symphony at St. James’ Church, New York, on Wednesday, May 1, at 6:30 pm. Conducted by Petr Kotik and performed by the orchestra and choir of the S.E.M. Ensemble, the symphony is composed of […]

$29

Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour

Clinton Town Hall 54 East Main Street, Clinton

Wild & Scenic is a film festival with a purpose, bringing together storytellers and stories that reflect a love and appreciation of the natural world. The evening will feature a series of short award-winning environmental and adventure films from around the world. Festival-goers will see 11 short films about nature, community activism, adventure, conservation, water, […]

$35

Film Screening: Call Forth a Woman at The Schubert

Shubert Theater 247 College Street, New Haven

Call Forth A Woman takes you on a journey through stories of the powerfully dynamic women in the bible, often forgotten but most notably heroic and significant in the text. When fulfilling the call of their purpose, they shifted the paradigm of culture, government, the arts, business, and family life. Women like Midwives Shiphrah and Puah […]

Science on Screen: Theater of Thought: Werner Herzog Film and Talk with Dr. Shreya Saxena

Real Art Ways 56 Arbor Street, Hartford

Real Art Ways Science on Screen® season invites you to experience the unique combination of a feature film and a relevant talk from a notable local figure in science. Werner Herzog sets his sights on yet another mysterious landscape – the human brain – for clues as to why a hunk of tissue can produce profound […]

THE PLASTIC BAG STORE: Art installation and immersive film experience: MASS MOCA

Mass Moca 1040 MASS MoCA WAY, North Adams

MAY 9 - SEPTEMBER 2, 2024 A Tragicomic Ode to the Foreverness of Plastic. The Plastic Bag Store is a public art installation and immersive film experience by Brooklyn-based artist Robin Frohardt that uses humor, craft, and a critical lens to question our culture of consumption and convenience — specifically, the enduring effects of single-use plastics. The shelves […]

$20 – $25