‘Watch With Me’ documentary premiere Tuesday

Former local television news anchor Karey Nobles debutes her documentary "Watch With Me" in Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute’s theater at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

The premiere is free and open to the public, but because of limited seating, a ticket must be obtained in advance. For more information on tickets, contact the chapel’s coordinator Betty Frank at 732-1755. For more information on the movie log on to www.watchwithmemovie.com.

The film features an inside look at the perpetual adoration chapel at St. Joseph-St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in West Utica. The chapel has been operating for more than 16 years, with volunteers taking part in this unique form of Roman Catholic worship, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Nobles spent close to two years following a group of these volunteers to learn what motivates them to visit the chapel at all hours of the day and night, and what they gain from the experience.

"Watch With Me" tells the story of this little-known volunteer group, with more than 300 active members from all ages and walks of life, that contributes to its community.

The movie also features the music of local musicians Sean Clive and Larry Hagan.

Nobles served as an anchor and reporter at WKTV in Utica from 1999-2003. Since her time at WKTV she has worked as an independent artist and in public relations. She founded EstherJane Productions in the fall of 2006. "Watch With Me" is the company’s first project.

On the net: www.watchwithmemovie.com.