Film screening: “A Little Chaos” launches 3-film “Garden In Film” garden-themed series Sun., Feb. 10, at 3 PM

Best Video Film & Cultural Center and master gardener Eric Larson (formerly head of Marsh Botanical Gardens at Yale) presents “Garden In Film,” a series of three garden-themed movies, starting on Sunday, Feb. 10, and continuing on alternate Sundays (Feb. 24 and Mar. 10). The series plants the seed on Sunday, Feb. 10, at 3 PM with 2014’s “A Little Chaos,” starring Kate Winslet. Seedlings break the earth on Sunday, Feb. 24, at 4 PM with “Saving Grace” from 2000, starring Brenda Blethyn. The final harvest occurs on Sunday, Mar. 10, at 3 PM with the screening of “This Beautiful Fantastic” (2016), starring Mia Farkasovska. Admission for each screening is $7.

“A Little Chaos,” Alan Rickman’s last film, will be shown on Feb. 10 at 3 PM. This is a fictional account of the design of Versailles with Kate Winslet as a garden designer hired by Andre Le Notre (played by Matthias Schoenaerts) to design one part of this great garden. With Alan Rickman as Louis XIV, this historical drama also features Stanley Tucci as the Sun King’s brother, Duc Philippe D’Orleans. Two varieties of frozen dessert will be served to attendees, with ingredients related to the film.

Francesco Casetti, Thomas A. Donnelly Professor of Film Studies at Yale University, will introduce the movie.


Sun., Feb. 10, 3 PM: “A Little Chaos” (2014)
Sun., Feb. 24, 4 PM: “Saving Grave” (2000)
Sun., Mar. 10, 3 PM: “This Beautiful Fantastic” (2016)

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