I want to alert all of you in New York City that a special screening of a very good independent film called "In-Between" will be shown this coming Tuesday night, October 3rd, at Village East Cinemas, on 2nd Avenue and E. 12th Street, at 7:45 PM. It is a free showing of the film.
I saw the film back in November (on the night of the Josh Beckett trade as I recall) with a group of 9/11 victims family members and other special guests. It is a terrific low budget film about the lives of a group of New Yorkers and how they were changed forever by the World Trade Center disaster. It has a supernatural twist to it, and I was fascinated by the film, especially the ending. (I don't want to give too much away.)
I got to know the filmmaker and star of the film, Deborah Twiss. "In-Between" was made with a very small budget, and was shot in Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn. There is a web site for the film that will give you more information about it:
I will not be able to attend the screening this coming Tuesday night, as I will be doing my Trivia Night MC duties at Professor Thom's that night (ironically just one block away). But I encourage you to support this very worthy film that Deborah has made. It was done with a lot of sensitivity toward the WTC disaster, and I am proud to support Deborah's effort.
You can also RSVP for the free screening by calling: 718-875-1985 or by emailing: email@example.com.