Film buffs who mark their calendars each November for the annual appearance of the Two River Film Festival in Red Bank got a sneak peek at the excitement on Thursday night.
The TRFF and its co-sponsors Monmouth University and the Two River Times presented a special preview of the Focus Features release “Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day,” unspooling at Clearview Cinemas on White Street.
The Bodega Shoppe, the Mechanic Street home and gift boutique owned/operated by Mike Buess and VJ Carbone, hosted a pre-screening reception.
The TRFF, which recently wrapped a series of “Latin American Realities” at Monmouth U, inaugurates a new program entitled “You Say You Want a Revolution” with a revival of Warren Beatty’s 1980 epic “Reds” at the school’s Pollak Theatre, There’s even a Marxist angle to the slate, with an April afternoon of features starring Groucho and his brothers).
A complete schedule of upcoming offerings can be found here.