The Friends of the Thomaston Public Library’s Friday Night Film Series continues in 2016, screening films 6:30 p.m. most Fridays in Room 200 of the library, located in the historic Thomaston Academy building at 80 Union St./Route 1. Parking and handicapped access is at rear of the building.

January’s movies feature the work of writer, director and actor Woody Allen. On Jan. 15, the weekly series will screen “Radio Days,” a PG-rated film from 1987 than runs 88 minutes. A richly nostalgic and star-studded portrait of the 1940s, Allen’s “Radio Days” weaves together a young boy’s comical memories with zany stories from the golden age of radio to create a delightful tapestry of heartwarming and hilarious vignettes. Densely packed with vivid detail, “Radio Days” is one of the loveliest eulogies a filmmaker has ever given to any bygone era, according to series host Erika Pfander. Stars include Mia Farrow, Dianne Wiest, Diane Keaton, Julie Kavner, Danny Aiello, Wallace Shawn and a very young Seth Green.

Still to come in the January series are: Jan. 22, “Annie Hall” (1977, USA); and, Jan. 29, “Midnight In Paris” (2011, USA). Friday Night Films are open to the public and free of charge, but donations are gratefully accepted. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, call the library at 354-2453.