FREE OFFER! DOC NYC STUDENT WEEKEND PASSPORT Nov 16-17

11 11 2013
 
FREE OFFER!
DOC NYC STUDENT WEEKEND PASSPORT
Nov 16-17
 
Choose from 10 films on the DOC NYC Student Weekend Passport list and watch as many as you like for free! 
 
At DOC NYC, New York’s Documentary Festival, you’ll encounter work that’s provocative, funny and unforgettable. Most screenings include a live Q&A with the director. The DOC NYC Student Weekend Passport is made possible through the support of SundanceNOW.
 
Follow these 3 steps:
 
1) RSVP 
Enter your name & school at http://bit.ly/17fZm2L
 
2) PICK UP YOUR PASSPORT
Go to the IFC Center (323 Sixth Ave at West Third Street), visit the DOC NYC guest check in table, and present a valid student ID. You can pick up on any day from Nov 13-17, during the hours of 11 am- 5pm.
 
3) GET A TICKET
When you want to see any film from the list below, take your DOC NYC Student Weekend Passport to the theater where that film is playing and go to the DOC NYC guest check-in table. Tickets will be made available to passport holders starting one hour before showtime on a first come, first served basis, while supplies last.
 
THEATER LOCATIONS:
IFC Center 323 Sixth Ave at West Third Street
SVA Theatre 333 West 23rd St, between 8th & 9th Avenues
DOC NYC STUDENT WEEKEND PASSPORT LIST OF SHOWTIMES, THEATERS & FILM TITLES
 
Saturday, Nov 16
11:45 am (IFC Center) 
A progressive design class transforms a poor community in North Carolina (from the director of Wordplay).
 
4:00 pm (SVA Theatre) 
A couple sets out to construct a livable house that is no bigger than a standard parking space.
 
4:30 pm (IFC Center) 
A rich, multi-character portrait of Branson, MO, a popular tourist destination known for its tradition of family musical variety shows.
 
9:45 pm (SVA Theatre) 
Investigating allegations that televangelist Pat Robertson diverted resources from refugee relief into diamond mining.
 
11:59 pm (IFC Center) 
Would-be cryptozoologists and hunters attempt to track down the legendary man-beast.
 
Sunday, Nov 17
11:30 am (SVA Theatre) 
Renowned Japanese photographer Ishiuchi Miyako stages an exhibit of large-format color photographs honoring victims of the atomic bomb.
 
4:30 pm (SVA Theatre) 
Filmmaker Kathy Leichter finally plays the audiotapes her mother left behind, offering remarkably candid details of a woman struggling with mental illness.
 
7:00 pm (IFC Center) 
The Shooting Gallery produced Sling Blade and other indie hits before getting too big, too fast.
 
9:30 pm (SVA Theatre) 
With candid humor, filmmaker Therese Schecter demystifies the concept and inflated importance of virginity.
 
9:30 pm (IFC Center) 
Renowned artist Michael Heizer attempts to transport a 340-ton granite rock over 100 miles for an installation in Los Angeles. 
 
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