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First Man

November 2 - 11, 2018

First Man

DOCTOROW CENTER FOR THE ARTS, VILLAGE OF HUNTER, NY

A look at the life of the astronaut, Neil Armstrong, and the legendary space mission that led him to become the first man to walk on the Moon.       “It’s a credit to the filmmakers and to lead actor Ryan Gosling’s thoughtfully internalized performance as Neil Armstrong that this sober, contemplative picture has emotional involvement, visceral tension, and yes, even suspense, in addition to stunning technical craft.  ”—David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter

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Tea with the Dames

November 2 - 11, 2018

Tea with the Dames

DOCTOROW CENTER FOR THE ARTS, VILLAGE OF HUNTER, NY

Letting the cameras in on a friendship that goes back more than half a century, the four acting greats discuss their careers and reminisce about their humble beginnings in the theatre.   “Michell’s film allows us the privilege to spend an unscripted hour or so with the four acting goddesses during their routine visit to Plowright’s home in the English countryside, and though our time with them is brief, the very thought of our world existing in their absence is almost unbearable.”—Matt Fagerholm, RogerEbert.com

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A Star is Born

November 9 - 18, 2018

A Star is Born

DOCTOROW CENTER FOR THE ARTS, VILLAGE OF HUNTER, NY

A musician helps a young singer find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career into a downward spiral

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Operation Finale (AT THE ORPHEUM, TANNERSVILLE)

November 9 - 18, 2018

Operation Finale (AT THE ORPHEUM, TANNERSVILLE)

ORPHEUM FILM AND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, VILLAGE OF TANNERSVILLE, NY

A team of secret agents set out to track down the Nazi officer who masterminded the Holocaust

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What Is A Painting?

October 27 - December 2, 2018

What Is A Painting?

KAATERSKILL FINE ARTS GALLERY

What Is A Painting. When photography came to prominence in the late 1800’s, it freed visual artists from making paintings as documentations of what people looked like (often, who was in power), what our environs had become or how far-away places were different than our familiar landscapes.With this new freedom came the opportunity to look at art in a more expansive way, which included thinking about how paint was applied, influences of “primitive” art and the effects of motion pictures in terms of different ways of perceiving, gathering and disseminating visual information.Witnessing the horrific brutality and devastation of two world wars gave rise to increased global anxieties, the formulation of existentialism as a philosophical movement and the combined weight of absurdity and chance.  This fostered profound changes in how artists approached their self-portraits and later, exploring abstraction as a means of coming to terms with the new, modern world.In the 1960’s when pop art faded and minimalism took hold, our attentions shifted into object-centered or conceptually oriented three-dimensional works

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