The second annual Canaltown Short Spooky Movie Festival at The Cooperage, 8pm. A diverse selection of original short movies made by local and international filmmakers. After viewing the lineup of short films, audience members will be invited to vote on their favorites. Tickets: $15 at the door or $10 in advance. firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Pan's Labyrinth" at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 6pm. This chilling fairy tale is about young Ofelia and a faun named Pan. Set against the backdrop of the fascist regime in 1944 Spain. Directed by Guillermo del Toro. Call the library for the film of the month, every second Friday.
Damascus Citizens for Sustainability will host a screening of Josh Fox's new film, "GASWORK: The Fight for CJ’s Law," at their office, 7pm. The new short investigates the dangerous working conditions in the oil and gas fields. Repeat screening on October 3 also at 7pm. Email dcs@DamascusCitizens.org.
Delaware Valley Arts Alliance and the Callicoon Theater present "Grandma" starring Lily Tomlin and directed by Paul Weitz at the Callicoon Theatre, 7:30pm. Screens through Tues., Sept. 29 nightly at 7:30pm, with matinees at 2pm on Sat. and Sun. Theatre closed Wednesdays and Thursdays. Benefits the arts alliance.
The Tri-State Chamber of Commerce will show the free outdoor movie “Frozen” on Front Street, at dark (around 9pm). Rain date Sunday, August 9. The free movie is sponsored by Bon Secours Charity Health System. 845/856-6694.
The Catskill Art Society will present a special screening of the classic film “Bonnie and Clyde” (1967), featuring a talkback with presenter Lawrence Budner, at the Laundry King, 7:30pm. Part of the CAS Film Club series of screenings. 845/436-4227.
The Upper Delaware GLBT Center (UDGLBT) presents John DiLeo, author and film historian, at 2pm. This same weekend, May 15th through May 17th the UDGLBT will also be having a free GBLTQ Film weekend. www.udglbt.org.
Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor a uniform, professional work shoe and accessory sale in the David Katz Conference Center at the hospital, 601 Park St., 7am-4pm. Proceeds will help underwrite the purchase of a mobile mammography van for the hospital.
The Cooperage Project will present a screening of two episodes of the acclaimed nature series “Planet Earth” at The Cooperage, 1030 Main St., from 5-7pm. The episodes “Mountains” and “Fresh Water” will be shown. Coffee and popcorn. 570/253-2020.
SullivanArc presents eight short remarkable films about people with developmental disabilities from Sprout Film Festival at 6 pm. Total running time approximately 1 hour. Open to the public. Not for children under age 14. $5 suggested donation fee. 845/796-1350.