Experience Danny Pakulski's Local Documentary, A Life in Paint
Erie filmmaker premieres new work
Thursday, Oct. 4
Over the past year, Erie has garnered a quiet reputation as a city for film buffs. This is largely due to organizations such as the Film Society of Northwestern Pennsylvania and the Erie Art Museum; whether you're interested in attending local showings or simply looking to experience dinner and a movie, it seems there are options available almost weekly. Fans of the former certainly have something special to look forward to in the premiere of Danny Pakulski's new documentary, A Life in Paint.
The city of and area surrounding Erie inspired the creation of local filmmaker's newest documentary, following painter Brad Lethaby.
Pakulski, a local filmmaker, decided to focus on another local artist for his newest project: painter Brad Lethaby. Throughout A Life in Paint, Lethaby describes his artistic process and narrates stories and insights from his storied career as a painter. Beginning at 7:30 p.m., the film will run 30 minutes and the rest of the night will double as an exhibition for Lethaby's work. Don't miss this unique opportunity to familiarize yourself with the work of two talented local creatives as they explore each others' deeply personal mediums. — Aaron Mook
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. // 20 E. Fifth St.// $9 Adults, $7 Senior Citizens and Students // vimeo.com/dannypakulski