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August 8, 2009

St. Nick in New York


I've found myself in Memphis - just in time for Elvis week - and am spending this lazy Saturday afternoon soaking up the Southern heat, reading F. Scott Fitzgerald novels and dreaming of the East, where I'll be heading three weeks from last night for the New York City bow of St. Nick. The screening comes courtesy of the wonderful folks at Rooftop Films, and this is probably the one show I've been most excited about since the premiere at SXSW. The details are as follows:

When: Fri 8/28 (8PM) Where: The Old American Can Factory Address: 232 Third Street at Third Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Cost: $9-$25 Buy tickets

I love Rooftop screenings. Sitting under the stars, sending off summer, hearing little bits of Brooklyn seep into all the Southwestern ambience - I can't wait. If you are in New York or the surrounding area, I would love to see you there. James and Adam will be there as well, and the whole event will be a lovely bookend to the little clip from the film that Rooftop showed during IFP Week last year. It will also serve as a nice kick-off to an increasingly busy fall festival tour. If you haven't seen St. Nick on the big screen yet, chances are good you'll be able to sometime between now and November...

Posted by David Lowery at August 8, 2009 1:44 PM