International Film Festival Movie 'The Band's Visit' This film, in English, Hebrew and Arabic languages, has subtitles. The film is open to the general public. No registration reguired. Refreshments will be served. Please dial 661-7080 after 10 am and ask for the Reference Desk for more information or for directions to the library. Please call at least two weeks in advance if you need special accommodation due to a disability.
The West Islip Friday Afternoon Movie "Knowing" starring Nicholas Cage. No registration necessary. Open to the general public. Refreshments are served. Please dial 661-7080 after 10 am and ask for the Reference Desk for more information or for directions to the library. Please call at least two weeks in advance if you need special accomodation due to a disability.
Tickling Leo World Premiere at the Stony Brook Film Festival
On Saturday, July 25, the 14th Annual Stony Brook Film Festival hosted the World Premiere of Tickling Leo, written and directed by Jeremy Davidson. Set around the days of Yom Kippur, Tickling Leo follows three generations of a family whose secrets and resentments threaten to wipe away its future. With Eli Wallach, Lawrence Pressman, Daniel Sauli, Annie Parisse, Ronald Guttman and Victoria Clark.
Photo: Mary Stuart Masterson, producer of Tickling Leo with her husband, writer and director of the film, and Film Festival director and founder Alan Inkles at the Stony Brook Film Festival. The World Premiere of Tickling Leo was sold out at Stony Brook's 1000-seat venue at Staller Center for the Arts, Stony Brook University. Photo credit: Nick A. Koridis, Stony Brook Film Festival. Contact: Julie Rulon Greene Marketing and Public Relations Staller Center for the Arts
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