The third annual Big Eddy Film Festival kicks off Friday night and runs all weekend long in a 1930s-era Art Deco movie theater in the Sullivan County hamlet of Narrowsburg.
Twenty-seven new indie films will be screened at the festival, including a documentary about Jewish comedians, a short film about digging a hole, several documentaries about dementia and memory loss, and whimsical Japanese feature about a recluse who is obsessed with the movie "Fargo."
The opening night feature is "Goodbye to All That," a comedy about divorce starring Paul Schneider, Amy Sedaris, Heather Graham, and Heather Lawless. The movie "chronicles Otto’s surprisingly prolific sexual encounters, each pushing him beyond his comfort zone," according to the Big Eddy press release.
Check out the full schedule and line-up here.
Big Eddy Film Festival. Friday, September 19 through Sunday, September 21. Tusten Theatre. 210 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg. bigeddyfilmfest.com.