Princeton native and filmmaker Brad Mays’ new film, “Road Rage, marks its regional premiere on Thursday, March 17, 7:30 p.m., at the Princeton Garden Theater.
Mays is the creator the feature film “The Watermelon” and the documentary “I Grew Up in Princeton.”
His new film uses the misbegotten relationship between a bereaved widower and a young woman to provide a look at loss, grief, and loneliness.
The film has regional relevance and poignancy. It features the last performance of the Princeton-raised guitarist, composer, and actor Adam Roth, who died in December 2015 at age 57.
The Princeton Garden Theater is located at 160 Nassau Street, Princeton. For tickets and a film preview, go to princetongardentheatre.org/films/road-rage.