Screening and Q&A set for April 2

The poster for Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart
The poster for Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart

The filmmaker Timothy Greenfield-Sanders will screen his 1998 documentary, Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart and answer questions at the Tompkins Corners Cultural Center in Putnam Valley at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 2.

The documentary, which won a Grammy for Best Long Form Music Video, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and later aired on PBS as part of the network’s American Masters series.

Greenfield-Sanders, a longtime resident of Putnam Valley, is a well-known portrait photographer who has made numerous documentaries. His later films include The Women’s List (2015) and The Boomer List (2014), both of which aired on American Masters, About Face: Supermodels Then and Now (2012) and Thinking XXX (2004).

Tompkins Corners Cultural Center is located at 729 Peekskill Hollow Road. Tickets are $10 ($7 for students and seniors) and may be purchased at or leave a message at 845-528-7280 to reserve seats and pay at the door. The screening will be the first of five events at Tompkins Corners funded by the ArtsLink grant program of the Putnam Arts Council, which is supported by New York State Council on the Arts.

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One reply on “Lou Reed Doc to Play Putnam Valley”

  1. It’s also well worth a visit to the “new” Tompkins Corners Cultural Center to experience a beautiful, historic church with its supporters hosting a range of special cultural events as it completes its first year of programming.

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