Darien Library Presents Living Dangerously on Film: A History of Movie Stunts on August 14 via Zoom

Stunt doubles risk their lives by hurling themselves off cliffs, leaping onto charging horses, enduring punches, and dynamite blasts. Until recent decades, the names of most movie stunt people were unknown to moviegoers. Darien Library presents, Living Dangerously on Film: A History of Movie Stunts with film historian Max Alvarez. He will share two hours of thrills and chills by the greatest stunt practitioners in history. The program will take place on Zoom, August 14 at 5 p.m. Please visit darienlibrary.org to register.

About Darien Library

Darien Library is a Library Journal five-Star Library, among the busiest in the state with over 1,300 people visiting on an average day and has the highest per capita circulation of items in Connecticut. The Library collection includes 125,000 books and 300 newspaper and magazine subscriptions. In addition, the Library presents over 1,500 public events annually, hosting a lineup of bestselling authors, technology classes, early literacy programs, and workshops for small business owners and entrepreneurs.


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