Watertown, NY- October 6, 2014
As a part of Cinema Six, a series of screenings featuring local productions along with national Public Broadcasting programs, WPBS DT is proud to announce the screening of “Book Talk” on October 14, 2014 at 6pm at the Flower Memorial Library in Watertown, New York. Authors will be available after the screening for book signings and book purchases.
This new local production is a three-part series, which features local authors discussing their stories and how they came to write about them. Genres include fiction, children’s books, and local history. The screening will highlight each of the eight authors featured in the series, which include: Ellen Wiseman, Hope Marston, Kris Fletcher, Juliane Flora, Holly Gaskin, Glenn Pearsall, Gayle Callen, and Dave Shampine. Visit wpbstv.org/booktalk for author biographies and book titles.
“Book Talk”, hosted by Erika Flint, airs on WPBS-TV October 31st at 5:30pm.
Cinema Six will continue through February 2015, with one screening each month at varied locations, over the course of six months. All screenings are free and open to the public. Upcoming screenings:
November 21, 2014
“Painting with Wilson Bickford”, a WPBS 13-part local production
6pm Painting Demo & Giveaways – WPBS Studio, Watertown, NY
December 12, 2014
“Downton Abbey” Season 5, Episode One Premiere -Location TBD
January 16, 2015
Human Trafficking Awareness Month – Location to be determined
February 16, 2015
Sesame Street Cinema, celebrating Cookie Monster’s Birthday
WPBS Studio, Watertown, NY
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