Film Festival of Joy: Romantic Joy
Two films: Something Good, Negro Kiss and I Know Where I'm Going
Join us on the opening night of the Film Festival of Joy as we explore Romantic Joy through two films — Something Good Negro Kiss and I Know Where I’m Going.
Hear from film historian Allyson Nadia Field, who will introduce Something Good and tell us how it was made and found.
Something Good, Negro Kiss
This short film brings us moments of Black love from 1898 as a couple holds hands and kisses.
I Know Where I’m Going
Joan Webster (Wendy Hiller), a very determined young English woman, boards a train to marry a rich industrialist on an island in the Hebrides. But much to her frustration, the trip is delayed again and again by bad weather and stormy seas. Perhaps the spirit of Scotland has other plans for her — in the form of handsome Torquil MacNeil (Roger Livesey). Film greats Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger shot this magical love story on the Isle of Mull. Martin Scorsese has called I Know Where I’m Going a perfect film. And it is.
Tickets and passes
Each screening is $15 per person.
The ideal way to experience the Film Festival of Joy is with a Joy Pass. There are three passes available that provide discounted access to screenings and events:
- Full Joy provides access to all events and an exclusive opening reception
- Saturday Joy provides access to both documentary screenings part of Real Joy
- Sunday Joy provides access to both Animated Joy and the closing Joyous Noise screenings
Where to Purchase
- ONLINE through our Eventbrite page
- IN PERSON at ArtYard’s Box Office located inside the lobby at 13 Front Street, Frenchtown. Hours are 11 AM to 5 PM Wednesday through Sunday.
Health and Safety
Face masks are required to be worn at all times while in the McDonnell Theater.
Please email us at [email protected] or call 908.996.5018 and we’ll respond as quickly as possible.