$5.00 Suggested Donation
Join us at The Packing House for "No Direction Home - Bob-Dylan". A chronicle of Bob Dylan's strange evolution between 1961 and 1966 from folk singer to protestsinger to "voice of a generation" to rock star. (Imdb)
"Renowned director Martin Scorsese's documentary No Direction Home: Bob Dylan chronicles the career of the singer and songwriter during the tumultuous years between 1961 and 1966. Dylan allowed Scorsese to have access to hours of footage that had never before been made public, including a number of live performances, and footage of Dylan in the recording studio creating some of his landmark albums from the period. Dylan sits for an extensive interview, as does a variety of people who worked with him during this time period, including Joan Baez and fellow songwriter Pete Seeger. The film debuted on PBS stations around the country on September 26, 2005." (Rotten Tomatoes)
This film showing is hosted by the Friends of The Mill Works. The documentary will be shown in two parts with a brief intermission following Part-1. The total run time is approximately 3.5 hours. Suggested donation $5.00. Snacks and soft drinks available. "BYOB" - Beer and Wine ONLY with $5.00 corkage/bottle fee.
Call 518-791-9474 for information and table reservations.