New Film Screening Opportunity – Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best

Posted on Sep 12, 2012
New Film Screening Opportunity – Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best

A man A plan A canal is excited to present free film screening opportunities for Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best – a quirky, dark comedy about a recently dumped twentysomething from New York who is on the verge of giving up on his goal of becoming a musician when his friend convinces him to go on a impromptu cross-country tour. With their signature toy instruments showcasing their "The Shins meets Sesame Street" songs, the tour takes them on a string of bizarre shows and disastrous encounters as they give one last attempt in reaching their childhood dreams before accepting the routine of adulthood.

Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best stars Ryan O'Nan (also the writer/director of the film), Michael Weston (Six Feet Under), Arielle Kebbel (Gilmore Girls), and Academy Award winning Melissa Leo (The Fighter). The film has been shown at countless film festivals such as Toronto International Film Festival, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, and Northside Festival. Now you can host a screening of the film on your campus for free. The film is 97 minutes long and we ask that no admission fee be charged.

If you are interested in setting up a screening, please contact us to get started. Let us know when, where, and the capacity of where the screening will take place, as well as where to send the screening materials. Screenings can take place now. In addition to the DVD of Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best, you will receive posters to help promote the event. This is a great, no-cost way to generate interest for your station so contact us for more information today!

To watch a trailer for the film, click here. Like Flight of the Conchords, Brooklyn Brothers will blur the line between fiction and reality this fall when they release their debut album on ATCO. Look out for your copy in September.

Note: this film contains explicit language & may not be suitable for viewers under 17

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