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***NEIGHBOR SCREENING: CHEF FLYNN + EMPIRE ON MAIN STREET (Alexander Valley Hall)
Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:00PM

Alexander Valley Hall
5512 CA-128
Geyserville, CA 95441

Documentary | Youth | Female Director


Welcome to the 4th Annual Alexander Valley Film Festival, #AVFF2018: Heroes!

Online sales will end two (2) hours before the screening.


Doors open and dinner served at 6PM; Film begins at 7PM.

Join us for the community kick-off of the
4TH ANNUAL ALEXANDER VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL


Dinner is a potluck, with main dishes (Korean-themed) provided by Jimtown Store. CORRECTION: Attendees with last names A-M bring an appetizer, N-Z bring a dessert.


Whatever your assignment, bring your potluck “A-Game” in celebration of:


CHEF FLYNN
(2018, USA, 82 minutes)
Directed by Cameron Yates


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EMPIRE ON MAIN STREET
(2017, USA, 24 minutes)
Directed by Jessica Congdon


Brought to you by


CHEF FLYNN Director Cameron Yates, EMPIRE Producer Eric Holland and subject Crista Luedtke will be in attendance


Wines from Medlock Ames, beer from Bear Republic, and music from Marcos Pereda.



TICKETS: PLATINUM Pass Holders reserve by 10/18 at 5PM
Advance General Admission: $75 | AVFS Members: $65 (prices go up at the door)


Click here to become a member of the Alexander Valley Film Society.


SYNOPSIS

“Get my mother out of the dining room.” Perhaps a spoiler alert is in order for that essential line in this documentary about a 13-year-old wunderkind chef who served 14-course modernist meals in his camera-happy mother’s California home for devoted foodies. Soon, Flynn McGarry was cooking under some of the world’s most celebrated chefs, and the media took notice. As the film unspools and Flynn moves forward, we see the ups and downs of a prodigy under scrutiny.

Please be advised that the majority of the films programmed by the AVFS are independently produced and are, as yet, unrated. Viewers with sensitivity to sexual, violent, or crude themes are advised to investigate the content before attending.