June to September, 2022
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Oak Gallery will be featuring an Entertainment Film or Documentary film related to photography or a photographer.
For Questions, please contact Brandy Sebastian, Oak Gallery owner, at [email protected]
July 16th 8:30pm-10:00pm
Rated R ‧ 1998 ‧ Comedy/Drama ‧ 1h 30m
A teenage boy, obsessed with photographing everything he sees around him, is seized upon by an aggressive gallery owner from New York who views the youngster as fresh young talent worth entertaining, but as his success and fame grows, the boy finds himself less welcome in his home town and decides to turn the tables on the elitist art snobs of the city.
Release date: September 25, 1998 (USA)
Director: John Waters
Production Company: Polar Entertainment
August 13th 8:00pm-10:30pm
FEATURING: Everlasting Moments
Not Rated ‧ 2008 ‧ Drama/History ‧ 2h 11m
In Sweden in the early 1900s, "Everlasting Moments" chronicles the life of Maria Lawson (Maria Heiskanen), an immigrant from Finland who uses a camera she wins in a lottery to document her life. Maria works with her camera to support her children while tolerating frequent abuse from Sigfrid (Mikael Persbrandt), her womanizing and alcoholic husband. Maria's daughter Maja, who vividly presents her mother's strength and dignity in the face of considerable hardship, narrates the film.
Release date: March 6, 2009 (USA)
Director: Jan Troell
Cinematography: Jan Troell, Mischa Gavrjusjov
Languages: Finnish, Swedish
September 17th 7:30pm-9:00pm
FEATURING: Bill Cunningham New York
Not Rated ‧ 2010 ‧ Documentary ‧ 1h 24m
Bill Cunningham, one of the mainstays of the New York Times, has been a contributor to the renowned newspaper for many decades. He's also an incurable and eccentric chronicler of fashion, tirelessly snapping photos of and writing about interestingly attired celebrities and ordinary New Yorkers he spots on the street. This exhaustive profile of Cunningham and his work includes interviews with friends -- and often subjects -- Tom Wolfe, David Rockefeller and Vogue magazine's Anna Wintour.
Release date: March 16, 2011 (USA)
Director: Richard Press
Production company: First Thought Films