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CARMINE STREET GUITARS
GET READY FOR GUITAR GREATNESS!Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center, in collaboration with the Hamptons Doc Fest, presents Carmine Street Guitars. After its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival and acclaimed screenings in other major festivals (Toronto, New York, Mumbai and Vienna, e.g.) Canadian filmmaker Ron Mann’s new documentary is the Friday Night Spotlight Film at the 11th Annual Hamptons Doc Fest.
BAY STREET THEATER
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 8PM
Tickets and more information at hamptonsdocfest.com and baystreet.org
A Q&A will follow the screening hosted by Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan with director Ron Mann, Rick Kelly, Cindy Hulej, and legendary guitarist GE Smith, formerly head of the SNL Band and guitarist for Pink Floyd’s recent worldwide tour.
These guitars area favorites of Bob Dylan, Lou Reed and Patti Smith. Carmine Street Guitars features a cast of prominent musicians and artists: Eszter Balinth, Christine Bougie (Bahamas), Nels Cline (Wilco), Kirk Douglas (The Roots), Eleanor Friedberger, Bill Frisell, Dallas & Travis Good (The Sadies), Lenny Kaye, Jim Jarmush (Squrl), Lenny Kaye (Patti Smith Band), Marc Ribot, Stuart Hurwood (Lou Reed & Laurie Anderson), and Charlie Sexton (Bob Dylan Band).
SAVE THE DATE FOR AN OLD-TIMEY HOLIDAY PARTY!
We thought it was about time for a little nostalgia, especially on the anniversary of the fire that gutted the Sag Harbor Cinema on December 16, 2016. So we're celebrating our First Responders and our community with an old-fashioned Holiday party at Christ Episcopal Church:
In addition: CAROLING will be provided by boots on the ground theater's DICKENS CAROLERS, decked out in Victorian garb, REFRESHMENTS provided by JANET O'BRIEN CATERING, and SANTA will be greeting children thanks to photographer/graphic designer and veteran Santa CHARLIE GRUBB!
Sunday, December 16th
4:00pm: Santa, Cookies, Cider, and Caroling
5:00pm: It's a Wonderful Life!
Note: The Community Café mentioned in the poster is a wonderful new initiative on the part of the Christ Episcopal Church to offer a restaurant-style meal once a week to those in need or who are just in need of company!
We are grateful to announce that the Partnership received a generous $4,600 grant from the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation to partially fund a survey of homes and the cultural history of the SANS (Sag Harbor Hills, Azurest, and Ninevah subdivisions) neighborhoods in Sag Harbor.
We are happy to be a part of this worthy endeavor!
For more info, please see this article in the Sag Harbor Express.