Talk Cinema Advanced Screening of Independent & Foreign Films at Suny Purchase

Let's break up the week, with a special foreign film sneak preview of "Lore"! Scroll down for movie theme. Early dinner at Doral Arrowood PUb, just down the road at 975 Anderson Hill Rd., Rye Brook[masked]  downstairs in the main building at 4:30

Harlan Jacobson’s TALK CINEMA
PepsiCo Theatre at The Suny Purchase Performing Arts Bldg.

Be the first to see great foreign and independent films before they are released!
TALK CINEMA subscribers don’t usually know in advance what film will be showing.  In recent seasons audiences at The Center previewed Borat!, Brokeback Mountain, Amélie and Waking Ned Devine. Meet critics, scholars and filmmakers after the screenings for discussions.

Harlan Jacobson served as a film critic and reporter at Variety for six years, edited Film Comment for eight years, has covered international film festivals for over twenty years and has written about film for major newspapers, magazines and broadcast outlets throughout the United States and Canada.

FILM JUST ANNOUNCED:

Talk Cinema #8 Image from the film Lore

 


Harlan Jacobson's Talk Cinema will screen

LORE
Tuesday, January 22, 7pm

In spring 1945, the German army collapses. As the Allied forces sweep across the Motherland, five children embark on a journey which will challenge every notion we have of family, love and friendship.

Directed by Cate Shortland
Staring Saskia Rosendahl, Nele Trebs and André Frid

With host Susan Jacobson and guest speaker Stephen Schaefer.

Tickets $21 at the door, on line $23, by phone $24, seniors $19.25 at the door or $21.25 on line, by phone $22.25.  Ticket prices include parking and handling fees.


Or by phone[masked]

Box office hours are Tuesday – Friday, noon to 6pm.

 

TO PURCHASE TICKETS AHEAD OF TIME CALL[masked] OR FAX YOUR ORDER TO[masked]
MEET US IN THE PERFORMING ARTS BLDG, BY THE TICKET AREA, NEAR THE FRONT DOORS.
If you're interested in a CARPOOL  FROM STOP & SHOP PARKING LOT ON RT 59, W.NYACK AT 5:30 post it on the message board and make your arrangements.

DIRECTIONS:

Here are directions to The Performing Arts Center.

The Center

FROM NEW YORK CITY & SOUTHERN WESTCHESTER VIA THE HUTCHINSON RIVER PARKWAY
Take the Henry Hudson Parkway North to The Cross County Parkway then to The Hutchinson River Parkway North. Follow the Hutch north to exit 28. Turn left at the bottom of the ramp onto Lincoln Avenue. Follow Lincoln Avenue to Anderson Hill Road (about 1 mile). Take a right onto Anderson Hill Road. Take a left at the next light onto the campus of Purchase College. Follow the signs for The Performing Arts Center.

FROM NEW YORK CITY & SOUTHERN WESTCHESTER VIA THE MAJOR DEEGAN EXPRESSWAY
Take the Major Deegan through Yonkers to the New York State Thruway. Follow the Thruway through the toll plaza (50¢). Continue north to the exit for Route I-287 East. Follow Route I-287 East to Exit 8E, Westchester Avenue. Take your second left turn onto Anderson Hill Road. Follow Anderson Hill Road for 2.6 miles. Purchase College is on your left hand side at the third light, across the street from PepsiCo. Take a left onto the campus and follow the signs for The Performing Arts Center.

FROM CONNECTICUT & NEW ENGLAND VIA THE MERRITT PARKWAY
Take the Merritt Parkway (Route 15) south through Greenwich and into New York State. Take New York exit 28, Lincoln Avenue. (this exit is after Connecticut exit 28!). Take a right at the bottom of the ramp onto Lincoln Avenue. Follow Lincoln Avenue to the end (about 1 mile). Take a right onto Anderson Hill Road. Take your first left onto the campus of Purchase College. Follow the signs for The Performing Arts Center.

FROM CONNECTICUT & NEW ENGLAND VIA INTERSTATE 95
Take Route I-95 South to Route I-287 West. Follow I-287 West to exit 9, Westchester Avenue and Hutchinson River Parkway. Turn right at first traffic light onto Kenilworth Road. Follow Kenilworth Road to the end and take a left onto Purchase Street, Route 120. Follow about 1.2 miles to Anderson Hill Road and take a right at that light. Follow Anderson Hill Road for about 3/4 mile. Take a left at the second light onto the campus of Purchase College. Follow the signs for The Performing Arts Center.

FROM NORTHERN WESTCHESTER & CONNECTICUT VIA INTERSTATE 684
Take Route I-684 south to Exit 2, Route 120 (Westchester County Airport). Drive over the bridge and take a right onto Route 120 South (Purchase Street). Follow Route[masked] miles to Anderson Hill Road (1st Traffic light). Take a left onto Anderson Hill Road. Take a left at the second light onto the campus of Purchase College. Follow the signs for The Performing Arts Center.

FROM NORTHERN WESTCHESTER & PUTNAM VIA THE TACONIC PARKWAY
Take the Taconic Parkway South which eventually becomes the Sprain Brook Parkway South. Take the exit for Route I-287 East (this is a left exit!). Follow Route I-287 East to Exit 8E, Westchester Avenue. Take your second left turn onto Anderson Hill Road. Follow Anderson Hill Road for 2.6 miles. Purchase College is on your left hand side at the third light, across the street from PepsiCo. Take a left onto the campus and follow the signs for The Performing Arts Center.

FROM NORTHERN WESTCHESTER & PUTNAM VIA ROUTE 9
Follow Route 9 South to Route 9A South. Follow 9A South to the exit for Sprain Brook Parkway South. Go to the top of the ramp and bear right at the Mobil Station. Follow for 1 mile and take a right onto the Sprain Brook Parkway South. Take the exit for Route I-287 East (this is a left exit!). Follow Route I-287 East to Exit 8E, Westchester Avenue. Take your second left turn onto Anderson Hill Road. Follow Anderson Hill Road for 2.6 miles. Purchase College is on your left hand side at the third light, across the street from PepsiCo. Take a left onto the campus and follow the signs for The Performing Arts Center.

FROM ROCKLAND COUNTY & NEW JERSEY VIA THE TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE
Take the New York State Thruway to the Tappan Zee Bridge ($3.00 toll one way). Take the second exit for Route I-287 East. Follow Route I-287 East to Exit 8E, Westchester Avenue. Take your second left turn onto Anderson Hill Road. Follow Anderson Hill Road for 2.6 miles. Purchase College is on your left hand side at the third light, across the street from PepsiCo. Take a left onto the campus and follow the signs for The Performing Arts Center.

FROM NEW JERSEY AND POINTS SOUTH VIA THE GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE
Once across the George Washington Bridge (toll), follow the signs to the Henry Hudson Parkway (9A) North. Take the Henry Hudson Parkway North to the Cross County Parkway to the Hutchinson River Parkway North. Follow the Hutch north to exit 28, Lincoln Avenue. Turn left at the bottom of the ramp onto Lincoln Avenue. Follow Lincoln Avenue to the end (about 1 mile). Take a right onto Anderson Hill Road. Take your first left onto the campus of Purchase College. Follow the signs for The Performing Arts Center.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION-METRO NORTH'S HARLEM LINE
From Grand Central Station, take Metro North's Harlem line to White Plains. Once in White Plains take a taxi from the station to The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College. Or, walk to the bus station across the street and take the #12 Bee Line Bus to Purchase College. For more information about bus or train services, please visit the MTA Homepage.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION-METRO NORTH'S NEW HAVEN LINE
From Grand Central Station, take Metro North's New Haven Line to Rye or Port Chester. Once in Rye or Port Chester, take a taxi from the station to The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College. For more information about bus or train services, please visit the MTA 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY 10577,[masked]

 

Doral Arrowood 

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  • Susan

    Stimulating film, delicious dinner and company! Thanks guys for helping to "warm up" the night!

    January 22, 2013

  • Al E.

    great night

    January 22, 2013

  • Amy

    interested in car pooling - so hope others sign up.

    January 21, 2013

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