Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President Outdoor Film Screening

Outdoor film screening as part of Big Eddy Film Festival 2020.
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  • September 25th 2020 7:00pm
  • Market Shed Doors (for Pre-Show Dinner): 5:00 PM; Dinner: 5:30 PM; Cafe Opens: 6:00 PM; Film Start: 7:00 PM

  • Terrace Stage
  • Film: $50 | Pre-Show Dinner: $37
  • 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, you can enjoy an unforgettable night of film under stars on our picturesque Terrace Stage.

About Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President

This new documentary chronicles the relationship that music played in Carter’s early life, his campaign for the White House, and his term as the 39th President of the United States. Learn more here.

Before the screening, join us for dinner in the Market Sheds!

Tickets must be purchased for the film festival separate from dinner. 

First

Late Summer Tomato Bisque

Second (Choice Of)

Poached Salmon

Beetroot Jus, Cauliflower Risotto, Purple Potato Gnochhi, Brown Butter

Forest-Raised Pork

Sweet Potato, CHarred Soubise, Black Kale, Apple-Por Jus

Third

Peach Crostata

Cardamom Ice Cream, Ginger Crumble

Signature Cocktail

Georgia Mule

Vodka, Ginger Beer, Peach, Lime

PLEASE NOTE: Capacity for this dinner is limited for your safety. We advise you do not wait to purchase your tickets.

Still from the film. Image provided.
Still from film. Image provided.

 

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.