The Woods Hole Public Library will help dispel the dark of winter with a series of recent films for grown-ups, all shown on certain Monday evenings at the Library. This will be the first film in the series. All the films in this winter’s series were released in 2016.
As in previous years, the Library is not allowed, by the lease arrangements for public viewing of the films, to name the title or actors or much of any specific details of the film in any publicity release, so the Library has instituted a policy of giving riddles. The first hint to the first film is that its title is the three part name of a real person who appeared to sing on the stage at Carnegie Hall in the 1940’s. The second hint is that the female lead has already won three Oscar awards and sixteen nominations, and will probably be nominated for this film too.
As always, people are encouraged to call the Library at 508-548-8961 if they are having any trouble solving the riddle. The Librarians will be pleased to tell you the exact name and actors in the films.
The second film in the series will be shown on January 23. It focuses on the exploration of the Internet and the connected world.
Parking is available at the Library and the Museum next door.