*Off-site location: Front Lawn of the Greenwich Arts Council, 299 Greenwich Avenue*
Legendary French director François Truffaut brings to life a terrifying care-free future in which Guy Montag (Oskar Werner) questions his actions after meeting Clarisse (Julie Christie) and begins to rebel against society. 112 minutes.
Registration is encouraged starting September 9 through the Library’s calendar.
For more information, please call (203) 862-6750 or greenwichartscouncil.org. Co-sponsored by Alliance Francaise of Greenwich, The Avon Theater, The Commission on Aging, Greenwich Arts Council, Greenwich Library, and Seabass Events & Entertainment.
The Greenwich Arts Council is a 501©(3) non-profit arts organization, incorporated in 1973 with the purpose of developing greater encouragement of, and access to, the arts in the Town and surrounding area. Located in the Old Town Hall Building on Greenwich Avenue, it is in the heart of the downtown business district. The location serves as an Arts Center for its own programs and those of other arts organizations in Greenwich.
Greenwich Reads Together is a community-wide reading experience which will engage all of Greenwich in exploring a single book. The goal of Greenwich Reads Together is to deepen engagement in literature through reading and discussion and to build community connections. The Steering Committee leading this effort includes Greenwich Library, Greenwich Alliance for Education, Greenwich Arts Council, Greenwich Historical Society, Greenwich Pen Women and the Greenwich Public and Independent Schools, Perrot Memorial Library, and Retired Men’s Association of Greenwich.
Visit our website www.greenwichreadstogether.org to find book and film suggestions for further exploration, as well as discussion guides, links to interviews with the author and much more.