My Best Day at reRun gastropub in DUMBO
NYWIFT member Erin Greenwell's My Best Day is opening at the reRun gastropub in DUMBO on Friday, June 14. Erin was the recipient of NYWIFT's Nancy Malone Directing Award.
My Best Day (2011)
By Erin Greenwell (75 minutes)
Karen can't believe that she has to work her receptionist gig on a gorgeous Fourth of July. Then a call comes in from her long-lost father, setting in motion a crazy chain of events that will change one small town forever. Meanwhile, her co-worker Megan must decide between the stability of her longtime girlfriend and the thrill of a new love. Filmmaker Erin Greenwell confidently juggles multiple quirky plots, serving up a charming slice of Americana that's both subversive and sunny.
Pre-show entertainment to every day. See below.
•Fri June 14 - 7:30pm & 9:45pm
10 minute script reading from Erin Greenwell's script in development about the butch/femme lesbian bar
scene "Somewhere Along the Way"
•Sat June 15 - 2pm
Video excerpt of Terry Dame's musical interpretation of "Love Letter".
Performed on her original instrument "horn of plenty sounds", live heartbeat and
A trailer for the upcoming Greg Louganis documentary "Back on Board" (2014)
directed by Cheryl Furjanic ("Sync or Swim", 2008)
•Sun June 16 - 2pm
Director Kanako Pooknyw’s short film, “Focus Woman”
•Mon June 17 - 7:30pm & 9:45pm
The amazing power trio "The Chopstick Flytraps" performing songs from "Yes, Sensei" -
A Historically Accurate Rock Re-Telling inspired by the 1st Karate Kid Movie.
•Tue June 18 - 7:30pm & 9:45pm
Jazz violinist Zach Brock will perform a featured selection of Terry Dame's score from
"My Best Day"
•Wed June 19 -7:30pm & 9:45pm
10 minute script reading from Erin Harper's script in development "East of Denver",
a dark comedy adapted from the novel by Gregory Hill.
•Thu June 20 - 7:30pm & 9:45pm
Composer Terry Dame will perform live on her original instruments used in
the score for "My Best Day" with special guest percussionist, Lee Free.
NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Last updated: Jun. 19, 2013