Free Reception and Screening of Connecticut’s Own "The Green," Event to Benefit Middlesex United Way
Connecticut filmmaker Paul Marcarelli, best known as Verizon’s Can You Hear Me Now? Guy will take part in a Q&A following a special screening at The Shadow Room to celebrate the DVD release of his award-winning film The Green. The event will benefit United Way’s Young Leaders Society. December 9th, 170 Main Street, Middletown CT.
Shot entirely In Connecticut, The Green, which the San Francisco Chronicle called, “A thoughtful and sophisticated film about life in a post-marriage-equality world…” is a suspenseful drama about a gay Connecticut teacher accused of sexual impropriety with a student.
Date: Friday, December 9, 2011,
Time: 7PM Red Carpet and Cocktail reception; 8PM Screening with Q&A and Party immediately following.
(The film is 90 minutes in length.)
Location: The Shadow Room, 170 Main Street, Middletown
Who: Free event open to the public 21+ (cocktail party attire suggested)
Winner of the 2011 Best Feature Film award from The Connecticut Film Festival, as well as the Audience Award for Best Film at OutfilmCT and more than a dozen other festival awards across the country, The Green is now available in 55 million homes nationwide through VOD platforms, and is now available everywhere you buy and rent DVDs. Additional information on the film may be found at www.thegreenthemovie.com.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Middlesex United Way’s Young Leaders Society.
For Interview Requests with Paul Marcarelli and additional information on the Shadow Room event, please call Michael Citak at 203-824-0558 or email email@example.com.
Nick Cacaci 203-223-0378