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FILM NIGHT: “All the Creatures Were Stirring”

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FILM NIGHT: “All the Creatures Were Stirring”
Thursday, January 17, 2019 7:00 PM
The Towne Crier Cafe, Beacon, NY
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The Towne Crier presents a monthly film series with local filmmakers. This is a tradition that started way back, when the Crier was in Beekman, and we're happy to revive it!

This month's selection is “All the Creatures Were Stirring.” Written and Directed by David Ian McKendry and Rebekah McKendry, “All the Creatures Were Stirring” stars Constance Wu (“Fresh Off the Boat,” “Crazy Rich Asians”), Jonathan Kite (“2 Broke Girls”), Amanda Fuller (“Orange is the New Black,” “Last Man Standing”) and Jocelin Donahue (“House of the Devil,” “Insidious 2”)

A young couple struggling through their first date on Christmas Eve end up in a spooky theater, where they are shown several bizarre and twisted Christmas tales, all featuring scenes of holiday horror. From sadistic office parties and last-minute shopping nightmares, to vengeful stalkers and immortal demons, there’s plenty out there to keep you from getting out of bed to see what’s under the tree this holiday season.

Mark Gamma, director of Newburgh Actors Studio, hosts the series. Following the screening, Mark will be joined for a Q&A by Seth Colgrove, who composed the score for “All the Creatures Were Stirring.”

Seth Colegrove is a Hudson Valley native from who grew up in Newburgh before attending the Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he majored in both Film Scoring and Contemporary Writing and Production while minoring in Video Game Scoring. After finishing Berklee with award-winning distinction, Seth moved to Los Angeles and spent several years working within the music departments of high profile productions like “The Walking Dead” and “The Fast and Furious” franchise; but by 2015, Seth decided that he’d rather trade Hollywood for the Hudson Valley and moved back to the land that inspired him the most.

Since returning to New York, Seth has continued to compose music for film, but while he’s not composing, Seth is out exploring New York and producing content for Empire Explorer, the popular website and social media page that he created in order to bring to life the fascinating histories and places of the Hudson Valley and New York State.

Filmmakers who would like their works to be considered for future Film Nights may contact markgamma@verizon.net for more information.

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