New York City Theatrical Premiere – Jan. 14-20th

Breaking and Entering will have its New York City theatrical premiere the week of Jan. 14-20th at the ReRun Gastropub Theater in Brooklyn.

On opening night, Jan. 14th, Fran Capo, the world’s fastest talking woman will be there to showcase her skills and answer any questions from the audience. I (Benjamin Fingerhut) will also be there with my brother, the Director of Photography (Geoffrey Fingerhut), and we’d be happy to answer any questions as well.

You can purchase tickets directly from the ReRun website starting a couple of weeks before the first screening. It’s a small theater, 60-65 seats, and there’s a pretty good chance it could sell out, so check back and get your tickets early. Tickets are only $5 and they sell booze and snacks. We’re really looking forward to screening Breaking and Entering in Brooklyn, and hope to see you there.

Please spread the word!

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1 Response to New York City Theatrical Premiere – Jan. 14-20th

  1. Donna Drake says:

    This film made me laugh, cry and gasp! The film captures the simplicity of breaking into the book as well as the complexity of breaking certain records. “Breaking and Entering” creates a clear flip on an old familiar phrase. This film demonstrates why “Rules are not meant to be broken”— if one seeks to break a record. After the showing, Fran Capo, the world’s fastest talking female created a funny recap of the film which she also appears in. The night at Rerun’s was fantastic! Kudos to Filmmaker, Mr. Benjamin Fingerhut and his talented and dedicated winning team. We will be showcasing clips from the film as well as behind the scene interviews on the “Live It Up!” TV show. This film deserves many awards and many eyes deserve to see it… check it out!

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