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Kent April 15, 2021

Sci-Fi and Brit Wit

If you’re a science fiction fan, you probably know about Amazon Prime’s “The Expanse” — the best SF show on television ever. But you may not have heard of “Dark,” a German show running on Netflix.


Boondocks Film Society will show the 1969 James Bond film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service,” starring George Lazenby as Bond and Diana Rigg as the Bond Girl who becomes his wife, on Jan. 30.

An Evening of Bond, Blofeld and Bouffant Hairdos

Most readers of this newspaper are sufficiently seasoned that they have chosen a favorite James  Bond — either Roger Moore or Sean Connery. Perhaps some younger readers might throw in a vote for Daniel Craig or Pierce Brosnan. 


Meryl Streep brings to life the  2006 short film “The Music of Regret”by photographer/artist/filmmaker Laurie Simmons. The film will be screened Saturday, Jan. 9, and followed by an interview with Simmons and her daughter, Lena Dunham.  Still photo from ‘The Music of Regret’

Simmons, Streep and Dunham and a Jan. 9 Film & Fundraiser

The Northwest Corner of Connecticut has more than a normal number of well-known artists. Some know each other, some don’t; some work together on feature films or television programs, others never cross professional paths with their peers.


John Hoffman, Jennifer Dowley and John Carter will talk about Hoffman’s film, “The Antidote,” photo above,  and the need now for a little more kindness. Photo from ‘The Antidote’

On Oct. 29: Peace, Love and Understanding

Dutchess County resident/award-winning filmmaker John Hoffman will talk about his new film, “The Antidote,” in a virtual discussion that benefits the Moviehouse in Millerton, N.Y.

The Zoom talk is on Thursday, Oct. 29, at 7 p.m. Access is linked to purchasing the film for $12, which needs to be completed before the talk begins. 

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