East Tennessee films featured at Orangery Courtyard

'All the Way Home,' 'That Evening Sun' and others featured

photos courtesy of Marble Hill Productions
Adam Patrick Daniel Hutsell, as John Alan Maxwell, and Andi Maria Morrow, as Joy Fender, share an intimate moment in "The Lovelies of John Alan Maxwell."

photos courtesy of Marble Hill Productions Adam Patrick Daniel Hutsell, as John Alan Maxwell, and Andi Maria Morrow, as Joy Fender, share an intimate moment in "The Lovelies of John Alan Maxwell."

A series of six acclaimed movies with East Tennessee connections will be featured in a free film series at the Orangery Courtyard.

"All the Way Home," the 1963 film based on James Agee's classic novel "A Death In the Family" will be begin the series at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 22. The film is based in Knoxville and much of the filming was done in the Fort Sanders area.

The rest of the films in the series are:

"The Lovelies of John Alan Maxwell" (2013), May 29

"That Evening Sun" (2009), June 5

"Wild River" (1960), June 12

"October Sky" (1999), June 19

"Box of Moonlight" (1996), June 26

The restaurant will feature dinner and appetizer specials on film nights. The Orangery is located at 5412 Kingston Pike.

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