27 Jan


04:00 pm to 06:30 pm Grange Hall Cultural Center, 317 Howard Avenue, Waterbury Center

Alchemist Brewery Beer Pour: 3pm, Film Screening: 4pm, Alchemist Brewery Beer Pour and Film Discussion: 5:45pm Grange Hall Cultural Center celebrates Vermont-made cinema with a screening of Nora Jacobson’s award-winning film “Letters of My Mother’s Early Lovers.” The film will be preceded by a craft brewery “beer pour” by the Alchemist Brewery and the Grange Hall welcomes the public to stay afterwards for discussion with Ms. Jacobson and leading men of the film George Woodard, and very possibly Rusty Dewees in a talkback about the film and filmmaking in Vermont. Another pour will occur after the film’s end to compliment the talkback. In the film, a young woman explores her mother’s past and uncovers a secret at the heart of her family’s history. Based on an autobiographical memoir, the film suggests that the truth–no matter how painful–provides a path to redemption. This movie contains adult themes and language, so if you want to see a rare moment of George Woodard cussing and drinking, there’s no better opportunity! Seating is limited for the film. Reserve your seats early by calling 802-244-4168 or emailing [email protected] Admission is by donation until the seats are filled. A wait list will take seats not claimed 15 minutes before start of the film.