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FILM– DOC NYC — 5 FOR $5 ends Tuesday, 11/17 at 9:45pm!

Take advantage of our $5 offer ending Tuesday, November 17th at 9:45pm.

DOC NYC’s associate programmer Ruth Somalo has hand-picked five films from the DOC NYC line-up that audiences shouldn’t miss. For a limited time, ticket buyers can get a great deal on these titles for only $5 a ticket.

Hurry, the offer ends Tuesday, November 17th at 9:45pm!

For tickets, click on the titles below and follow instructions to purchase.

This promotional flash sale includes the following 5 films below.

Deep Run (NYC Premiere)Can an affable young transgender man live openly with his true love in the Bible Belt?
This film is executive produced by Susan Sarandon who will be in attendance.

Expected to attend: Director Hillevi Loven, producers Chris Talbott and Samara Levenstein, subject Cole Ray Davis, executive producer Susan Sarandon
5:15PM, Tue Nov 17, 2015 I IFC Center

Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story (North American Premiere)

A love story and tribute to the unsung talents behind a staggering number of cinema classics.

Expected to attend: Director Daniel Raim
9:30PM, Tue, November 17th 2015 I IFC Center


Circle of Poison (World Premiere)

A pointed exposé on the global trade in banned pesticides and their impact on health.
Expected to attend: Directors Evan Mascagni and Shannon Post, editor Nick Capezzera

5:00PM, Wed, November 18th 2015 I IFC Center

The Dying of the Light (World Premiere)

A bittersweet ode to the vanishing craft of film projection and a celebration of the men and women in the booth.
Expected to attend: Director Peter Flynn
7:15PM, Wed Nov 18, 2015 I Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas

For Grace (NYC Premiere) 
Recognized with two Michelin stars, chef Curtis Duffy sets grand plans for his new Chicago restaurant, Grace.
Expected to attend: Director Kevin Pang
9:30PM, Wed Nov 18, 2015 I IFC Center

IFC Center | 323 Sixth Avenue, New York, NY 10014
SVA Theatre | 333 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011
Bow Tie Cinemas | 260 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011

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November 16, 2015 - Posted by | ART, avant-garde, BUSINESS, CULTURE, ENTREPRENEURS, FILM, LIFESTYLES, opportunity, We Recommend | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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