When: Sat., July 25, 4 & 7 p.m. 2009
Dark Days is a multi-award-winning documentary on the homeless by Marc Singer. This young filmmaker spent months inside the “Freedom Tunnel, an abandoned section of the New York City underground, stretching from Penn Station to Harlem. Singer hoped by shooting Dark Days he could get the tunnel residents better accommodations. The homeless people, who are the focus of this documentary, also worked as the film crew. During the filming, however, Amtrak served eviction notices to those living there. The Greater Park Circle Film Society is hosting a community forum following its 7 p.m. film.
Price: $2/members, $5/non-members