Almost in Love @ reRun

Friday February 15th, 2013 6:45 PM

reRun Theater (147 Front St. Brooklyn, NY 11201)

Friday, February 15th – Thursday, February 21st
Two shows nightly!

Directed by Sam Neave. Presented by Argot Pictures. Stars Alex Karpovsky & Alan Cumming will appear in person.

A love story shot in two single, continuous 40 minute takes set eighteen months apart: the first over a sunset, the second over a sunrise. Sasha has been in love with Mia for years. His best friend, Kyle, recently started dating Mia until it all fell apart. None of them have spoken for over a month when Sasha hosts a barbecue on his Staten Island terrace – but that’s all about to change. Over the course of the evening in New York and a drunken dawn in the Hamptons, the three of them show just how far they will go for love, for themselves, and for each other.

 

For more information and tickets, click here.

 

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15th:

6:45PM DOORS // 7:30PM SCREENING

Q&A with Alan Cumming and director Sam Neave. Stick around after the show for drinks and conversation with the Almost in Love cast and crew and Argot Pictures!

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9:30PM DOORS // 10:15PM SCREENING

 

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16th:

1:30PM DOORS // 2:00PM SCREENING

Featuring post-show discussion with director Sam Neave and film critic Brandon Harris

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SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17th:

1:30PM DOORS // 2:00PM SCREENING

 

MONDAY FEBRUARY 18th:

6:45PM DOORS // 7:30PM SCREENING

Q&A with Alex Karpovsky and director Sam Neave. Stick around after the show for drinks and conversation with the Almost in Love cast and crew and Argot Pictures

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9:30PM DOORS // 10:15PM SCREENING

 

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 19th:

 6:45PM DOORS // 7:30PM SCREENING

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9:30PM DOORS // 10:15PM SCREENING

 

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20th:

9:30PM DOORS // 10:15PM SCREENING

 

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21st:

6:45PM DOORS // 7:30PM SCREENING

Q&A with director Sam Neave and director of photography Daniel McKeown. Join us for a discussion of Almost in Love’s cinematography and unique technical aspects!

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9:30PM DOORS // 10:15PM SCREENING

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