Movies to be shown locally

•Oct. 24 - SUGAR

A baseball classic by the writer/director of Half Nelson. Just in time for the World Series, this outstanding drama is about a young Dominican pitcher who longs to break into the American major leagues. "One of the best films of the year" - Chicago Tribune. "A wonderful film" - Roger Ebert. "A sensitive and memorable film" - USA Today. "A film of rare intelligence, beauty and compassion" - Washington Post. "Totally original" - Entertainment Weekly.

At the Whallonsburgh Grange Hall:

• Nov. 7 - FOOD, INC.

Local farmers MIKE & LAURIE DAVIS will introduce this film. The food you buy at the supermarket can kill you! This powerful documentary lifts the veil on our nation's food industry, revealing the often shocking truth about what we eat and how it's produced. "An important movie" - Entertainment Weekly. "See it!" - Washington Post. "Mind blowing" - New York Magazine. Mike Davis is a research agronomist at the Cornell University Willsboro Farm; Laurie Davis is the coordinator for Adirondack Harvest. For the last 15 years, Mike & Laurie have also operated Harvest Hill Farm.

At Willsboro Central School:


Actor & dancer ANTONETTE KNOEDL will introduce this film. Go behind the scenes of Broadway's best-loved musical. This terrific documentary follows the recent revival of A Chorus Line, from the first casting call to opening night. "Thrilling, a musical dazzler" - Rolling Stone. "Sensational" - Miami Herald. "A triumph" - Wall Street Journal. Antonette Knoedl appeared as Maggie in a recent production of A Chorus Line and she was the choreographer for the Willsboro Drama Club's productions of Damn Yankees and assistant choreographer for their Mame.


A tense, powerful drama about the most dangerous job in the world. This "first-rate action thriller" (Wall Street Journal) is a story about the men who disarm bombs during the heat of battle. "A near-perfect movie" - Time Magazine. "One of the great war films" - San Francisco Chronicle. "A masterpiece" - Miami Herald. "A great film" - Roger Ebert. "Brilliant and unforgettable" - St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Tickets for most films are $5 adults; $2 under 18, with the exception of Buster Keaton's THE GENERAL which is $7.50 adults; $3 under 18.

Check the current schedule by visiting www.cvfilms.org.

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