Cinematheque: “To Have and Have Not”
We’re very proud to announce the debut of the CINEMATHEQUE, a free weekly film screening program, each Tuesday evening at 6 pm in our Community Room, beginning in January. On January 21, we are watching the classic “To Have and Have Not”. In this 1944 film, under the watchful eye of the Vichy authorities, an American expatriate in the Caribbean during WWII helps transport a Free French Resistance leader and his wife to the island of Martinique, while romancing a sultry lounge singer.
Cinematheque is the latest offering to the community from the library, an institution committed to providing more such cultural programming going forward. The Cinematheque seeks to both entertain and illuminate with our selection of films – as expansive as we can make it, everything from classics to indies to foreign to mainstream Hollywood. Come join us for movies on the big screen, in surround sound, with freshly-popped popcorn and drinks freely available, and stick around for some lively discussion after.