In honor of homeless advocate Robin Williams, a free screening of his acclaimed film, “The Fisher King,” will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21 at the Festival of Arts’ Forum Theatre.
The public to invited to attend the screening organized by the town’s Housing & Human Services Committee as part of National Hunger & Homeless Awareness Month.
Starring both Williams and Jeff Bridges in award-nominated roles, the film tells the story of a DJ’s journey to redemption by trying to help a former professor and mentally ill homeless man who lost his wife in a bar shooting.
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