Movie screening to mark 20 years since Scarlet Letter filming

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The Osprey and the Shelburne County Museum Complex will present a screening of the Scarlet Letter on June 12 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its filming

The Osprey and the Shelburne County Museum Complex will present a screening of the Scarlet Letter on June 12 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its filming. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. for a talk and a viewing of memorabilia from the set. Showtime is at 8 p.m. Adults $7, Students $5.

Signs of the filming still remain on the waterfront today including the steeple that tops the Cox Warehouse and the Guild Hall built for the purpose of filming but now a favourite spot for community events, concerts and an open-air market.

The Shelburne County Museum, in recognition of the 20th anniversary since the filming, has also set up a display.

Organizations: Shelburne County Museum Complex, Cox Warehouse

Geographic location: Shelburne County

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  • Great to hear
    June 11, 2014 - 13:57

    We in Clare have something to celebrate as well. As the scene of the ocean front home was filmed in Clare. I remember the traffic in and out of my grandparents road to get to the filmed location. They had there trailers at the church hall and used the hall for further filming. The house is still there but in disrepair due to looting . Very Sad.