Westport hosts summer film series

Posted 7/10/24

The summer film series by the Westport Cultural Council returns with an Academy Award-nominated documentary, “Troublesome Creek” by Newton, Mass., filmmakers Jeanne Jordan and Steven …

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Westport hosts summer film series

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The summer film series by the Westport Cultural Council returns with an Academy Award-nominated documentary, “Troublesome Creek” by Newton, Mass., filmmakers Jeanne Jordan and Steven Ascher, who will be on hand to take questions. The documentary follows Jordan’s parents’ battle to save their beloved farm. Refreshments for sale.

WHAT: Summer film series begins

WHEN: Wednesday, July 17, from 6 to 9 p.m. Social hour, then film and Q&A.

WHERE: Weatherlow Farms, 845 Sodom Road, Westport

COST: Free and open to the public

MORE INFO: Reserve tickets at https://westport-cultural-council.eventbrite.com

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