The New York Premiere of Homewrecker
A Fundraiser for the Brooklyn Aikikai Scholarship ProgramFriday, March 12, 2010 at 7:00 pm at Founders Hall, St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights
THERE ARE STILL SEATS AVAILABLE!
Please note: There are NO paper tickets for this event and we cannot take cash at the door. If you have purchased tickets your name will be on a list at the door. Please purchase online before 2:00 pm on Friday. Otherwise you may bring a CHECK (payable to "Brooklyn Aikikai") to the event.
Please join us for this very special premiere screening. The funds raised with this event will be used to subsidize the travel expenses of four dedicated female students as they travel to Japan this spring for intensive aikido and misogi training at Hombu Dojo and Ichikukai Dojo in Tokyo!
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We will be joined by the cast and crew of Homewrecker! Doors open at 7:00 pm, film begins at 7:20 pm. A very special raffle prize drawing will take place and a Q & A with the cast and crew will follow the screening.
The Institute of Magical Dance presents the New York premiere of Homewrecker, a film by Brad & Todd Barnes
“The last romantic in New York City is an ex-con locksmith on work release”
Winner: Best of NEXT, Sundance Film Festival, 2010
Shot entirely in Brooklyn and Manhattan
Runtime: 87 minutes
Ana Reeder in “an inspired performance”—Roger Ebert, The Chicago Sun-Times
Brooklyn Aikikai (a nonprofit institution) preserves, teaches, and promotes the traditional Japanese disciplines of Aikido, Zen, Misogi, and Iaido in order to foster harmony within individuals. We strive to fulfill this mission by educating the public and providing a sanctuary in New York City for the study of these arts.