Have you ever struggled to babysit your grandkids for a few days? Wondered if your style is really ready for the 21st century? Or, as a parent, been frantic about whether the grandparents can cope?
If so, mark your calendars for the 4 pm screening of “Parental Guidance” at the Westport Town Hall on Sunday, October 20. The new comedy movie “Parental Guidance,”
stars Billy Crystal and Bette Midler and was written by Lisa Addario, a screenwriter who grew up in Westport, and her partner, Joe Syracuse. Come laugh with neighbors and friends and
stay for the “talk back” afterwards, moderated by Susan Granger, a Westport Arts Award winning film critic.
The screening is part of the 20th anniversary Celebration of the Arts in Westport.
Tickets are $10 at the door; or in advance online.
The movie is rated PG and runs 108 minutes.
This screening of “Parental Guidance” is sponsored by the Westport Arts Advisory Committee, Sachs Walsh Insurance, Gold’s Delicatessen and Wishlist.
About the Author (Author Profile)
Larry is a member of the Westport Cinema Initiative board of directors. He is also the Initiative’s Director of Marketing, Social Media and Technology.
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- 20 Years of Celebrating the Arts : Westport Cinema Initiative | September 4, 2013