Larry will be your host.
Please meet in the lobby @ 7:15 p.m. with the anticipation everyone will be be seated by 7:40 p.m.
After movie coffee/conversation location will be added later.
Thank you Larry for suggesting this movie and volunteering to host.
Rochester Premiere. El Camino de Santiago was born in the Middle Ages when pilgrims began walking the path to the tomb of St. James in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. While their numbers have waxed and waned with war and tribulations, pilgrims continue to this day, walking the five hundred miles on foot. Filmmaker Smith walked it herself in 2008 and came back to follow six individuals, all with their own reasons for braving blisters, rain, heat and cold, and sometimes less than idyllic accommodations, each with their own reasons for walking the Way of St. James. The Camino has been declared a European Cultural Route and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Join us for a post-show discussion on walking the Camino de Santiago with Jeff Stanin, George Eastman House staff member, who walked it in 2013.