look up: A bagpiper performs at TSL’s anniversary
credit: Teri Currie
A large crowd, including Oscar-winning actor F. Murray Abraham,
turned out to help the folks at Time & Space Limited celebrate
13 years in Hudson last Saturday night (Oct.16). And since
tickets to the reception and supper were $100 each, this was
as good a sign as any of the way TSL has become a respected
and valued part of the local arts and civic scene.
Of course, another good indication of TSL’s vibrancy was the
résumé they sent out inside their October-November calendar.
In the last year, they’ve shown 160 films, including 10 events
featuring the filmmakers. They hosted seven “Time to Talk”
forums on local issues, seven art exhibits, 10 music, theater
or dance performances and 20 “special youth projects” (arts
programs, seasonal day trips, cooking seminars and a summer
TSL is starting off their 14th year with this weekend’s tribute
to Southern documentary filmmaker Ross McElwee. On Friday
(Oct. 22), Time Indefinite, McElwee’s sequel to his
classic Sherman’s March, will be shown at 7:30 PM.
Six O’clock News chronicles the filmmaker’s pursuit
of “murder, mayhem and catastrophe,” and will be shown Saturday
(Oct. 23) at 4 PM. Finally, Bright Leaves, his acclaimed
documentary about North Carolina tobacco farmers, will be
screened Saturday at 7:30 PM and Sunday (Oct. 24) at 5 PM.
For more information, call TSL at 822-8448 or visit www.timeandspace.org.