Lost & Found: Cartoonist Jim Stevenson
Jim Stevenson was one of the New Yorker’s most prolific cartoonists, an award-winning children’s book illustrator, a talented author of many of his own books — and a longtime resident of Croton-on-Hudson.
Join us at the Library for a screening of the documentary “Stevenson: Lost and Found,” a recent documentary about his life and work. This indie biopic, created by writer/director Sally Williams, collected numerous awards at independent film festivals and showcases the dramatic ups and downs of the artist’s life.
Marc Cheshire, Croton’s Village Historian, will give an introduction about Stevenson’s time in Croton.
Free and open to all! No registration required.
Learn more about the film and watch the trailer online at https://www.stevensonlostandfound.com/