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Rogovoy to host film discussion following KINGS AND QUEEN

1.24.06
The Chatham Film Club Presents Kings and Queen, Followed By A
Post-Screening Discussion

[Chatham, NY January 29, 2006] The Chatham Film Club is proud to
announce the screening of the French film Kings and Queen on Sunday,
January 29 at 2 pm at the Crandell Theatre on Main Street in Chatham, New York.
The quarterly post-screening discussion, Salon In A Saloon, will be
held at Peint O' Gwrw, also on Main Street, following the film.
Admission to the film is $5 for Chatham Film Club members and $6 for
non-members. The discussion is free.

KINGS AND QUEEN is the exhilarating new film from Arnaud Desplechin.
Starring France's great young actors, Emmanuelle Devos (Read My Lips)
and Mathieu Amalric (My Sex Life), KINGS AND QUEEN expertly mixes
comedy, tragedy and melodrama to tell the gripping story of the
intersecting lives of two former lovers. The film was nominated for
seven Cesars in France (including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor
and Best Actress), where it continues to be a hit, and was an audience
and critical favorite at the 2004 Venice, Toronto and New York film
festivals.

Local writer, critic, lecturer and radio commentator Seth Rogovoy will
moderate the post-screening discussion about this little-known but
critically acclaimed movie. The group will discuss various aspects of
the film including how the director uses elements and techniques
unique to this medium to tell his story. The salon is free and meets
upstairs at Peint O' Gwrw on Main Street immediately following the
film.

The Chatham Film Club was created in 1998 with the intention to bring
art, independent and foreign films in closer reach to residents of
Columbia County. The group approached Tony Quirino, owner of the
wonderful single screen, vintage theatre in Chatham and asked him to
rent them the theatre once a month. The Chatham Film Club presents a
new film the last Sunday of every month and every third month sponsors
the post-screening film discussion Salon In A Saloon. In the spring of
2000, the film club hosted a new film festival for Columbia County
called FilmColumbia. The 2006 festival will be held October 19-22. For
more information: thechathamfilmclub.com and filmcolumbia.com.





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