Merry Good Enough - Screening & Talkback


Film Screening and Talkback at the Tusten Theatre


Tusten Theatre, 210 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg, NY

Date & Time

Saturday, November 11th, 7:00 pm

Join us for a one-night-only screening of the new heartwarming indie dark(ish) comedy Merry Good Enough at the Tusten Theatre on Saturday, November 11th at 7 PM. Just in time for the holiday season, the film follows the story of a dysfunctional family whose mother disappears on Christmas Eve, leading one daughter, Lucy, on an extraordinary journey to reunite her family.

BIG EDDY SELECT SCREENINGS offer local audiences more opportunities to screen impactful and independent films throughout the year. In true Big Eddy Film Festival fashion, we are offering an exclusive talkback after the screening with the film's stars and local faces, Raye Levine and Sawyer Spielberg, as well as writer and directors Caroline Keene and Dan Kennedy. Moderated by our very own Greg Triggs, this talkback will really put the FUN in dysfunctional family drama.

Merry Good Enough is a dark comedy about a family whose mom disappears on Christmas Eve and the lengths one daughter must go to bring her family back together again. At once funny, intense, and hopeful, the film is led by the indelible Raye Levine and Joel Murray. Featuring a stand-out ensemble cast that includes Susan Gallagher, Comfort Clinton, Sawyer Spielberg, Daniel Desmarais, Neil Casey, Sophie von Haselberg, Margaret Curry, Kevin O. Peterson, and Marcia DeBonis, Merry Good Enough was filmed in the Boston area in the winter of 2022.

Emerging from the picturesque wilds of Sullivan County – the Big Eddy Film Festival (BEFF) is a cinematic celebration of counter-current narratives. Produced by the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance each fall, this immersive festival sparks new cultural possibilities at the juncture of film, art, and rural imagination.

DVAA is a creative home in the Upper Delaware Valley and Sullivan Catskills Region. We give artists platforms to share their voices in our galleries, on our stages, or at our festivals, including Riverfest in July and the Big Eddy Film Festival held every September. DVAA funds Sullivan County creatives and cultural organizations through our role as the county's Arts Council. We are committed to nurturing the arts community, fostering growth, and cultivating a vibrant regional artistic landscape.

DVAA’s programs are made possible thanks in part to the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency with support from the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature; the Sullivan County Legislature; the Nancy Stevenson Memorial Fund; the Fair Games Fund; the Heartland Embers Fund, our Business Sponsors; DVAA members; and individuals like you.

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