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Stony Brook Film Festival to Welcome Alda; Close with Burke’s “Aurora Borealis”

Stony Brook Film Festival to Welcome Alda; Close with Burke's "Aurora Borealis"

The 2006 Stony Brook Film Festival is closing Saturday, July 29 with James Burke‘s “Aurora Borealis.” The film, starring Joshua Jackson, who is expected to attend along with Burke, centers on a troubled man who attempts to change himself following the untimely death of his father. The festival opened July 20 with the East Coast debut of writer/director Terry Green‘s “Heavens Fall,” starring Timothy Hutton and David Strathairn. Other fest highlights in the remaining days of the event include a talk with actor Alan Alda and the East Coast debut of James Keach‘s “Blind Dating.” For more information, visit the festival’s website. [Brian Brooks]

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