$7 rush tickets available at the door to October 11 screening.
Carrie Fisher and her mom Debbie Reynolds are now the best of friends (they live steps away from each other in their Beverly Hills compound) and the very definition of Hollywood royalty. But unlike today’s newly minted celebrities, they are both open books. After six decades of screen and stage stardom; a couple of disastrous marriages and assorted financial ups and downs for Reynolds; and, for Fisher, well-publicized drug addiction, bipolar disorder, and deity status (see: Star Wars), neither has anything left to hide. Bright Lights is an affectionate, often hilarious, and unexpectedly moving valentine to the mother-daughter act to end all mother-daughter acts. An HBO Documentary Films release.
Catch a free talk with directors Alexis Bloom and Fisher Stevens and other Spotlight on Documentary filmmakers at NYFF Live: Documentary Panel on October 11 at 7:00pm.
*Carrie Fisher in person at October 10 screening only.