Diginext is proud to announce the upcoming screenings our new documentaries “Thank You For Judging,” (screening April 18th-24th–for theaters and showtimes click HERE), and “The American Nurse,” (screening May 8th-15th–for theaters and showtimes click HERE), as well as a return special engagement of our film Kinderblock 66: Return to Buchenwald to commemorate Yom Hashoah, which is known as Holocaust Remembrance Day. (April 27th and April 30th–for theaters and showtimes click HERE).
We also had an extremely successful New York run of the film “The Standbys,” at the Quad Theater. The week long run was filled with interesting Q & A’s with filmmakers and film subjects, and thanks to a great interview with Leonard Lopate, (http://www.wnyc.org/story/standbys-documentary-about-broadway-understudies/) the film has reached broader audiences worldwide. (To download/stream/purchase the DVD click HERE)
Be sure to check back soon for more updates on these and future screenings…
Diginext is proud to present a special screening of Standbys – the untold Broadway story of the actors who wait backstage – ready to go on at a moment’s notice. Just as skilled as the stars, these understudies must be fully rehearsed in multiple roles. Audiences love this uplifting inside look. There will be a live Q & A including the director and a number of the actors. Sponsored by Broadway Cares, one of the nation’s leading industry-based HIV/AIDS fundraising and grant-making organizations.
Screenings will be nightly at the Quad Cinema theater beginning February 21st through the 27th at 5:20PM and 9:00PM.
Buy your tickets online: The Standbys New York Tickets.
This charming and spiritual romance opens on December 6, 2013. A Miracle in Spanish Harlem is set in NYC during the Christmas season, and stars among today’s most celebrated and recognized Latino actors.
Kate Del Castillo (Under the Same Moon, Weeds) is one of the biggest Univision soap stars and considered TV royalty in Mexico. This is Kate’s first English language leading role.
Luis Antonio Ramos (The Ministers and Do The Right Thing). recently starred in TV’s Lucky 7, and is known for memorable work in Martin, Early Edition, New York Undercover, In The House, Friends, The Shield, CSI, and CSI: Miami.
Supporting cast includes Fatima Ptacek (Dora the Explorer), Tony Award winner Priscilla Lopez, Tony Plana, Andre Royo, Adrian Martinez and features the debut of Brianna Gonzalez-Bonacci.
To purchase tickets please click A Miracle in Spanish Harlem Tickets.