Libraries are known for quiet, but not necessarily for "Quiet on the set!" Last July, we were the set for a scene in Fog Warning, a film by Christopher Ward, a Connecticut-based film and TV writer and director. Chris has told us that the film is completed and now we get to tell you that we will have a special screening right here on FRIDAY, MAY 9th at 7:30 p.m! This is so exciting! Not only does our current building become immortalized, Erica and I had the thrill of being in the scene. It was an unforgettable experience.
Here are a few pictures from the set:
Chris wrote the script for the film right here in the Library, and he had our Main Reading Room in mind when he wrote the library scene. He will be here for this event and will answer questions from the audience at the conclusion of the film.
We hope that you can join us for this special movie screening! It's sure to be unlike any movie event we've ever had at the Library.
Please note -- according to Chris, "Fog Warning" requires some forewarning -- "The audience should be forewarned that this is an adult suspense-thriller. Although Fog Warning has not been rated, the producers expect it to receive a R rating for language, violence and brief nudity."