The award-winning documentary “Eat Your Catfish”, on one woman’s struggle with ALS and the disease’s impact on her family relationships, will screen at French Lick’s newest event venue, The Sanctuary (formerly Old Springs Valley United Methodist Church, 537 S. Maple Street).
The free screening will be followed by a question-and-answer session with co-directors Noah Arjomand and Adam Isenberg in conversation with Orange County-based artist Andrew Gerber.
Variety called the film “courageously intimate, brutally moving.” Critic Mark Adams described it as “astonishingly open, moving, funny and challenging.”
Eat Your Catfish also features a musical score by Indiana University Jacobs School of Music alumnus Daniel Whitworth.
Presented by IU’s Center for Documentary Research and Practice and the Black Vulture Project.