‘Nocturnal Clock’ at Bell The Cat

May 26, 2014
Among the local "actors" appearing in "The Nocturnal Clock" is this vintage truck.

Belfast — "Hands of the Nocturnal Clock," a 20-minute film written and directed by Medomak Valley High School grad Thomas Goodwin, will be screened Monday, June 2, at 7 p.m. at Bell the Cat, 15 Starrett Drive. Following the screening, there will be live music by The Resonant Rogues, an old-timey gypsy/Americana band from North Carolina.

"The Nocturnal Clock," shot on 35mm BFA film, was Goodwin’s bachelor of arts' thesis film at Emerson College student. Goodwin, who grew up in Warren, served as the film's writer, director, executive producer and weapons coordinator. A good three-quarters of the 1920s-era gangster film was shot in Rockland, Warren, Waldoboro, Rockport and Thomaston. Several Midcoast residents served in the cast and crew; Bill Michaud of Friendship plays the drama's "heavy."

Goodwin will introduce his film and will do a Q&A with the audience after the screening. There is a $10 suggested donation. To see the film’s trailer, visit modestoutlaw.com.

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