Monday, July 13, 2009

How Green Was My Valley, Tonight in Bryant Park

Winner of the Oscars for Best Picture and Best Director (over “Citizen Kane”), this beautiful film is about a close-knit family in a Welsh mining village. John Ford directed the story, told through the eyes of a young Roddy McDowell, striking an incredible balance between moral seriousness and elegy. (1941) 118 Min. (Fox)

The lawn will open at 5pm for blankets and picnics and the film will begin just after sunset. Please keep in mind that chairs and dogs are not allowed on the grass.

It’s hard to believe we’re already halfway through this summer’s Film Festival. Visit our website to check out the final five films on the list.

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