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Jack London's Martin Eden
Jack London's Martin Eden

***Masks, Proof of Full Vaccination (or Negative PCR Test), and Valid ID Required for Admittance***

USA, Not Rated, 90 Minutes
Director: Jay Craven
Cast: Andrew Richardson, Haley Griffith, Annet Mahendru

Wednesday through Sunday - 7:00 pm (no screenings Monday and Tuesday)
Sunday & Wednesday matinees - 1:30 pm

Tickets: $9 adults, $7 seniors, $6 members/students
Matinees and Bargain Nights (Monday & Tuesday): $7 adults, $5 seniors, $4 members/students

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Jay Craven’s new independent narrative feature film, Jack London’s Martin Eden will play its Northeast Kingdom premiere from Saturday, January 8, through Thursday, January 13. Director Craven will lead a post screening Q & A after the Saturday, January 8 7pm show – and again after the Sunday, January 9 1:30pm show. Jack London’s Martin Eden received its world premiere at the Nantucket Film Festival in June and has won Best Film and Best Director awards at the Boston Film Festival and Best Narrative Feature at the Arlington International Film Festival. Other festival dates include The Woods Hole Film Festival and St. Louis International Film Festival. Jack London’s Martin Eden is based on the celebrated writer’s autobiographical novel. Set in 1909, it tells the story of a poor and unschooled sailor who unexpectedly meets Ruth Morse, a magnetic young woman of means and education. Their unconventional attraction upends both lives and propels timely themes of impossible love, dogged individualism in pursuit of the American Dream, and the quest for a comfortable place in an inconstant world. Jack London’s Martin Eden was produced through director Craven’s Semester Cinema program, hosted for this iteration at Sarah Lawrence College. 28 professionals mentored and collaborated with 35 students to make the film.

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