Curl up with a Green Bay Film Society favorite, tonight!
This week’s featured film in the Green Bay Film Society series is The Letter Writer. The film was chosen the audience favorite at last winter’s 2012 Green Bay Film Festival. The story centers on a rebellious and troubled teenager who receives an old-fashioned letter in the mail from an unknown source. She can’t imagine who could have so many wonderful things to say about her, so she tracks down the mysterious author and uncovers someone she has never met — but seems to know her better than anyone else in her life. Screening is at 7 o’clock tonight (Wednesday, Dec. 19) in the auditorium of the Neville Public Museum, downtown. All films are free and open to the public. Sponsors are Neville Public Museum, Brown County Library, Green Bay Film Society and the Humanistic Studies unit at UW-Green Bay.