ROAR screening at The Pour Farm

Part of the Strand's NEW CENTURY SERIES

This event takes place at The Pour Farm, 56 Crawfordsburn Lane in Union, ME.

The Strand's New Century Series, in collaboration with The Pour Farm’s Outdoor Film Festival, presents a screening of the film Roar

Wildlife activist and actress Tippi Hedren starred in this adventure written, directed by, and costarring her producer husband Noel Marshall and inspired by the surprise success of Born Free (1966). Hedren is Madeleine, a woman who brings her children (including real-life daughter and future movie star Melanie Griffith) to the African jungle for a visit with her long-estranged husband Hank (Marshall). An eccentric scientist, Hank has dedicated the past several years of his life to fighting for the preservation of endangered species. A snafu results in the family being met not by the environmentalist, however, but a pride of ferocious felines.

Considered the most dangerous and expensive home movie in Hollywood history, the film featured 100 lions, tigers and other big cats. During the film’s production, many cast and crew members were mauled or otherwise injured by the untrained animals.


PG | USA | 1981 | 1h 35m

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Tickets: $10

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Capacity for this show is 30
Bring your own chair

The evening opens with a live musical performance by BREAD Arts Collective! Catch a musical teaser of the new play "ROAR!," written by Lindsey Hope Pearlman, and then indulge in the original film that inspired it all! 

"ROAR!," a new full length rock musical, will be presented on Saturday Sept. 9 at the Yellow Barn, 8 Winter Street in Rockland. 


Sponsorship support geneously provided by George Pearlman Pottery

Show Dates & Times:

9/7/23 - Thursday

7:30 pm,


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