Gossamer Folds Outdoor Film Screening

Outdoor film screening as part of Big Eddy Film Festival 2020.
outdoor film festivals at bethel woods
outdoor film festivals at bethel woods
outdoor film festivals at bethel woods
still from film
  • September 26th 2020 7:00pm
  • Doors Open: 6:00 PM; Cafe Opens: 6:00 PM; Film Start: 7:00 PM

  • Terrace Stage
  • Film: $50 | Picnic for (2): $25 | Picnic for (4): $50
  • FILM tickets will be purchased directly through the Big Eddy Film Festival and DINING will be purchased directly through Bethel Woods.

The Big Eddy Film Festival is expanding, and new this year, enjoy an unforgettable night of film under stars on our picturesque Terrace Stage.

About Gossamer Falls

Ten-year-old Tate develops a strong bond with his transgender neighbor Gossamer in this heart-felt drama set in 1980s Missouri. Learn more here.

Still from Gossamer Folds. Image provided.
Still from Gossamer Folds. Image provided.

 

Before the screening, enjoy a picnic dinner at Bethel Woods!

Choose a picnic basket for (2) people or (4). Your choice includes:

Gourmet sandwiches:

Tuna Tonnato

Albacore Tuna, Capers, Pickled Onion, Hard-boiled Egg, Arugula

Roast Beef

Blue Cheese Aioli, Mixed Greens, Crispy Onions

Roasted Vegetable

Seasonal Grilled Vegetables, Garlic Hummus, Shallot Vinaigrette, Ciabatta

Cajun Pulled Local Chicken

Shredded Carrots, Scallions, Cabbage Slaw, Sweet Pepper Relish

Baskets also come with potato salad, pesto pasta salad, popcorn, and non-alcoholic beverages.  Please note the sale of the baskets will end (48) hours prior to event day. We advise you do not wait to purchase your tickets.

About the Big Eddy Film Festival

Produced by Delaware Valley Arts Alliance of Narrowsburg, NY (DVAA), the Big Eddy Film Festival aims to advance the traditional art of storytelling by showing the newest and best independent films from around the world and our own backyard. To learn more, please click here.

About the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance

Founded in 1976, DVAA serves as Arts Council for Sullivan County, NY. Our mission is to advance the arts in the region through the support and encouragement of artists; innovative programs; advocacy; and alliances with arts organizations, business, and government. With year-round exhibitions, performing arts programming, festivals, regrant programs, and more, DVAA is a vital hub for the region’s cultural community. To learn more, please click here.