Join us for a special screeing of the John Ford classid film, The Grapes of Wrath, starring Henry Fonda. This film does an excellent job of portraying the hearbreaking story of one family’s journey from the Dust Bowl of Oklahoma to the “promised land” in hope of work in the plentiful fields of California’s peach orchards and vineyards.
True to John Steinbeck’s novel and filmed effectivelly in black and white photography, this film inspires us to work together during tough times. Film will be followed by discussion with NH filmmaker, Samantha Davidson-Green.*
*Samantha Davidson Green is a filmmaker, screenwriter and arts educator based in Plainfield, NH and Brooklyn, NY.She earned her MFA in Film Directing at UCLA Graduate School of Film, TV & Digital Media where she was recognized with a University Fellowship, Hollywood Foreign Press Association grant, Mary Pickford Award, Lynn Weston Award, and Caucus Foundation grant. Her award-winning short films have played in festivals worldwide, including Tribeca Film Festival (Winner, Best Student Film Award), Rhode Island International (Winner, Audience Choice), Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival, Baja Film Festival (Mexico), Heart of Gold Film Festival (Australia) and the AFL-CIO D.C. Labor Film Festival, among others.
Film is presented in partnership with Souhegan Transition Network and Wilton Public and Gregg Free Library.
Wilton Town Hall Theatre, Main Street Wilton, Sunday, October 16, 4:30 pm. One show only.