Screening of Award Winning Film To Benefit Major’s Inn of Gilbertsville
A historic, iconic building in Gilbertsville, NY, the Major's Inn is maintained from generous donations as a non-profit entity. In order to maintain the upkeep of the beautiful building that plays host to community events, weddings and other parties, the Major's Inn will be the location for a special screening of an award-winning documentary from local filmmaker Joseph Stillman called "Citizen Clark… A Life of Principle". The film narrated by Martin Sheen, tells the story of former U.S. Attorney General and Human Rights activist Ramsey Clark and is a chronological look at Clark’s national and international commitment to the causes of peace, justice and human rights issues.
“Citizen Clark” represented the U.S. at the Mediterranean Film Festival in Cannes, France, was named best documentary at the Oxford International Film Festival in the UK and was the Grand Prize winner at the Berkeley Film Festival in California. Its script was also chosen to be part of the permanent library core collection at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences in Beverly Hills, CA.
Stillman will be in attendance at the screening to be held at the Major's Inn on September 7 at 7:00 p.m. and will discuss the implications of Clark’s work and its relevance to our present day democracy.
Admission to the screening is $10 and will go to the Major's Inn restoration fund. For reservations or information call (607) 783.2769.