FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2022 | 7:30pm
Kilbourn Hall at The Eastman School of Music
(26 Gibbs St. Rochester, NY 14604)
** PLEASE NOTE: This screening does NOT take place at The Little. **
Screening with live score: 7:30pm
Admission is FREE, no tickets are required.
Seating is general admission, first-come first-served.
• Watch the documentary film on screen while the film’s original score (composed by award-winning composer Miriam Cutler) will be performed live-to-picture by the Eastman Film and Media Ensemble (EFAME).
• Composer Miriam Cutler in attendance!
ABOUT THE SCREENING
The Kennedy political dynasty is seen from the perspective of Ethel Kennedy in this deeply personal documentary. As told by those who know her best–her family–the film celebrates the life of Ethel, wife of Robert F. Kennedy, through a treasure trove of revealing and little-known anecdotes in addition to her first extended interview in more than 20 years.
1 hr 37 mins | Documentary | 2012 | USA | English
About the series
Beal Institute for Film Music and Contemporary Media
The Beal Institute for Film Music and Contemporary Media at the Eastman School of Music provides students with instruction and experiences that prepare them for the increasingly evolving opportunities to write, produce, and perform music for film and contemporary media. Read more
Empire Film and Media Ensemble (EFAME)
The ensemble aims to strengthen the value of film music as legitimate concert repertoire through education, community outreach, collaborative performances, and recordings of artistic merit. . Read more