New York singer-songwriter Peg Simone, in collaboration with Tallahassee artist Linda Hall, presents a “Southern Gothic Pocket Opera” at All Saints Cinema, along with a screening of Charles Laughton’s nightmarish 1955 classic Night of the Hunter.
The Tallahassee Film Festival is excited to present this very special retrospective screening of a film classic.
Note: Festival pass holders have priority seating to all TFF events. Individual ticket holders will be seated no earlier than 15 minutes prior to showtime.
More about Peg Simone
Peg Simone’s music can best be described as a mash of dark blues & storytelling. Her recent focus has been on performing and building music around some of her favorite works of literature, specifically those of the southern-Gothic genre. Aural to visual – she creates stop-motion animation videos that can be viewed on her Vimeo channel.
More about Linda Hall
Linda Hall holds an MFA from the University of North Carolina and has taught studio art at Florida State University, where she specializes in courses on art and ecology. Her mixed-media two- and three-dimensional works have been shown in many regional and national venues, and over the years she has participated in numerous public art projects as well. Her family is rooted in the South, and she currently makes her home in Tallahassee, Florida, where she maintains a studio in the historic Smoky Hollow quarter of town. In her spare time she serves as a volunteer boat tour guide at the lovely Wakulla Springs State Park.
More about Night of the Hunter
The Rev. Harry Powell (Robert Mitchum) is a religious fanatic and serial killer who targets women who use their sexuality to attract men. Serving time in prison for car theft, he meets condemned murderer Ben Harper (Peter Graves), who confesses to hiding $10,000 in stolen loot. Released from jail, Powell is obsessed with finding the money, and he tracks down Harper’s widow, Willa (Shelley Winters), and her two children, John (Billy Chapin) and Pearl (Sally Jane Bruce).
Pass & Ticket Holder Policies
Tickets purchased online can be picked up no earlier than 30 minutes prior to the screening start time at the box office for the venue of the screening.
Please arrive early to screenings. Due to capacity restrictions at some venues, passes do not guarantee admittance. All admission to screenings, regardless of ticket-type is first come, first served.* Doors open 15 minutes prior to all screenings. All audience members must leave the theater following each screening. Saving seats between shows is not permitted.
*VIP pass holders will receive priority admission to all screenings. Priority admission means entrance to the theater for seating before all other pass and ticket holders. VIP pass holders must be in line at the venue at least 15 minutes prior to the start time of the screening to ensure priority admission. All-Access pass holders and ticket holders will be admitted up to 15 minutes prior to the screening start time.
All sales are final. Screening times are subject to change.