Directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland,
TRUMAN AND TENNESSEE: AN INTIMATE CONVERSATION is a story of two of the greatest writers of the past century examined in a dialogue that stretches from their early days of friendship to their final, unsparing critiques of each other. Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams lived parallel lives and struggled with a lifelong pursuit of creativity, self-doubt, addiction, and success. Giving life to the dialogue and a physicality to their relationship, Jim Parsons is the voice of Capote and Zachary Quinto is the voice of Williams. .
Running Time: 86 Minutes
*Please be aware that due to a conflict with Port Jeff Village scheduling, this screening will take place on Tuesday night.
Q&A via link to especially pre-recorded Zoom for PJDS with director Lisa Immordino Vreeland, moderated by Tom Needham, host of Tom Needham’s The Sounds of Film on WUSB radio.
The Port Jefferson Documentary Series is under the auspices of the Greater Port Jeff-Northern Brookhaven Arts Council and graciously sponsored by the Suffolk County Film Commission.