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Documentary About Man Who Hikes Camino De Santiago With His At Real Art Ways

In 2014, Dane Johansen, an American cellist, walked Spain’s 500-mile Camino de Santiago with his cello on his back, and paused periodically to perform Bach concertos for his fellow pilgrims. “Strangers on the Earth,” a documentary showing in a one-time-only screening at Real Art Ways, tells Johansen’s...

  • You Choose The Winner At CT Screenings Of Manhattan Short Film Festival

    You Choose The Winner At CT Screenings Of Manhattan Short Film Festival

    The Manhattan Short Film Festival, an evening of short films that are shown worldwide, where audience members choose the winners, will be shown in five locations in Connecticut from Sept. 28 to Oct. 7. Middletown International Film Festival Runs Through November » One of the films this year, “Home...

  • NBMAA Showing 'The Invisible Man'

    NBMAA Showing 'The Invisible Man'

    The series of vintage film screenings at New Britain Museum of American Art, 56 Lexington St., continues with a horror classic. “The Invisible Man,” from 1933, tells the story of a scientist who discovers how to become invisible, but who doesn’t realize at first the horrible side effects. The movie...

  • Middletown International Film Festival Runs Through November

    Middletown International Film Festival Runs Through November

    The 10th annual Common Ground Annual Middletown International Film Festival runs Oct. 2 to Nov. 26, showing a variety of films from around the world, with film experts giving presentations. All screenings are on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. Admission is free. The festival is a collaboration among Middlesex...

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  • 'Today's Special' Film And A Meal At Wadsworth Atheneum

    'Today's Special' Film And A Meal At Wadsworth Atheneum

    Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art has three “Food and Film” events on its fall film schedule, starting with a screening of “Today’s Special.” The 2009 comedy tells the story of a chef in New York who taps into his heritage by cooking Indian food. The film, which is rated R, will be shown Saturday,...

  • Modern-Day 'Little Women' In Pre-Release Screenings

    Modern-Day 'Little Women' In Pre-Release Screenings

    A new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s 1868 novel “Little Women” is opening in theaters next week. Parents Television Council, a conservative activist group which advocates for wholesome images in film and TV, is hosting pre-release screenings of the film on Monday, Sept. 24 at Cinemark Buckland...

  • Free Ingmar Bergman Double Features In New Haven

    Free Ingmar Bergman Double Features In New Haven

    Whitney Humanities Center, at 53 Wall St. at Yale University in New Haven, will show a four-week series of Ingmar Bergman double features, to celebrate Bergman’s 100th birthday, which was last year. Admission is free to all films, which are new 35mm prints with new English subtitles. The project...

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  • Zac Brown Band To Stop At Xfinity

    Zac Brown Band To Stop At Xfinity

    Hartford genre purists must get especially riled up about Zac Brown. The singer and his band mash styles up into a mix-and-match puree, sloshing a little of raga into their roots rock, adding a dollop of Southern soul into their grunge-folk and just generally getting playful in their musical sandbox....

    • Noah Cyrus To Perform At The Big E

      Noah Cyrus To Perform At The Big E

      It’s a real old-person type of observation to marvel at the fact that singer and actress Noah Cyrus was born in the 21st century. She’s post Y2K. She’s also Miley’s youngest sibling. If all of that doesn’t make you feel old, well, you probably aren’t old then. Cyrus was recently romantically linked...

      • Nils Lofgren Acoustic Duo To Play Infinity Hall

        Nils Lofgren Acoustic Duo To Play Infinity Hall

        Guitarist Nils Lofgren deserves all kinds of credit and praise for his noble work as a sideman with Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young — two giants of song. But Lofgren also should be showered with some more focused kudos for his own efforts closer to the spotlight. Lofgren’s early ‘70s solo-ish...

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