A Birder's Guide to Everything is an alternately poignant and funny window into the thoughtful world of birding and the inner peace that can be discovered during a walk in the woods. Director Rob Meyer delivers a sparkling feature film with a coming-of-age tale to warm the hearts of anyone who grew up with a nerdy passion. It becomes a tenderhearted look at the moments and relationships that change even the most intensely focused lives. The Tribeca Film Festival declares, "Truly a sight to behold."
Sideways meets Stand by Me in this endearing story of friendship, family, and a place in bird watching's history books. On the eve of his widower father's second wedding, fifteen-year-old David spots what may just be the extinct Labrador duck. Now he and the two other stalwart members of the local Young Birders Society, joined by their headstrong photographer classmate Ellen, take off on a rollicking, interstate road trip in search of a rare bird and elusive answers to teenage questions large and small.
Movie is at Jerry's Gym at Town Hall- 507 Maroon Avenue. Doors open at 7 p.m. and film at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $10