Erik Ofgang has a story today detailing movies in the CT Film Fest that were either shot locally or were shot by local faces.
“Honk for Peace” is a documentary about the anti-war movement and Ned Lamont’s Senate run. It includes scenes from the Danbury Democratic HQ on Main Street.
Here’s an interview the director did last year with Fox 61:
WHEN AND WHERE: Saturday, May 24, 6 p.m., WestConn’s Student Center Theater
“Love and Class in Connecticut” is a short film about a woman who tries to steal her sister’s husband. The screenplay is by a Wilton teacher.
WHEN AND WHERE: Wednesday, 6 p.m. and Thursday, 4 p.m., Heirloom Arts Theater, 155 Main St.
“The Entrepreneurs:” Scenes filmed at the Sycamore in Bethel and Elm Street in Danbury — Cousin Larry’s specifically! It screens Wednesday at 7:15 p.m. at the Heirloom Arts Theater.
It’s nice to see Cousin Larry’s back in the film biz again. We all remember Martin Scorsese shot his seminal 2006 film “A Night at Cousin Larry’s” there. Never heard of it? Well I happen to have a clip!
WHEN AND WHERE: Wednesday, 7:15 p.m., Heirloom Arts Theater, 155 Main St.