On Tuesday, February 7th, we invite audience to a screening of Love and Death, directed by Woody Allen. In this comic take on 19th-century Russian philosophical novels and the Soviet-era epic films made from them, Boris (Woody Allen) is a simple Russian villager who pines from afar for his beautiful cousin Sonja (Diane Keaton). Forced against his will into joining the Russian army during the Napoleonic Wars, the cowardly Boris accidentally becomes a military hero. But when his beloved Sonja comes to him with a dangerous patriotic scheme, Boris debates his desires and beliefs.

Directed by Woody Allen | PG | Runtime 85 minutes

Doors open at 6:30 PM and the film begins at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $10 and include a bag of popcorn. Tickets may be purchased at the door or online (additional fees apply to online ticket purchases). Call 978-371-0820 for tickets and information.

The reception begins at 6:30. Chef Ben Elliott of Saltbox Kitchen is providing boxed dinners for purchase and there will be a cash bar. Please pick a menu option for food when you purchase your film ticket.

Food must be purchased by 12:00 on Monday, February 6.


Menu 1
Roasted Five Spice Salmon
barley salad, sundried tomato
Chocolate Stout Cake

Menu 2
Roasted Butternut Squash
barley salad, sundried tomato, sauteed kale
Chocolate Stout Cake

Save the Dates for our upcoming films!

February 7: Love and Death
March 28: Big Night 
April 25: Up
May 16: The Fallen Idol
June 13: A Separation

Organizers Dinah Buechner-Vischer, Kim Burns, and Kristin Canty are thrilled to be presenting a wide variety of film masterpieces to highlight different aspects of the cinematic art form with selections from recent film festivals, old favorites, and the hard to find or rarely seen. “We are excited to provide Concord with access to independent, fascinating films, and the opportunity to socialize, have a glass of wine, talk about the film,” says Burns. “We want to provide films that touch and delight the soul and we believe intelligent entertainment and cinematic expertise enjoyed together with friends and neighbors gives it all a deeper layer of enjoyment and meaning.” says Buechner-Vischer.