Film: Oscar-nominated filmmaker James Ivory stops by the Dryden Theatre (900 East Ave.) on Saturday to present his 1995 film "Jefferson in Paris.” Ivory, who has earned three Academy Award nominations for Best Director, will introduce “Jefferson in Paris” – which depicts the much-speculated affairs that the pre-presidency Thomas Jefferson had when he lived in France –
Festival: What's your fetish? Whether you're into biting, stripping, or just the occasional role play, this weekend’s Erotic Arts Festival has only one rule: You've gotta do it in public. Today and Saturday, you can get your freak on at the Radisson Riverside Hotel (120 E. Main St.) with super sexy art, workshops,
Film: You’ve heard about hunger in third world countries and places far, far away from the comforts of your home, but what about the 49 million people in America who go hungry every day? Learn about this overlooked issue with “A Place at the Table,” a documentary playing at the Little Theatre (240 East Ave.) at 7 p.m. The film, directed by Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush, will screen as part of the Little’s monthly One Take: Stories Through the Lens documentary series. Tickets are $10. See showtimes and more special screenings at thelittle.org.
Art: Richard Margolis’ new photography exhibition “Spirit of the River,” which opened at this month’s First Friday, continues at Black Radish Studio (274 N. Goodman St.) through May 19. The exhibition is free. Visit blackradishstudio.com for more info and shows.
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