Our friends at Indiewire’s are hosting an awesome event September 23 at 7pm with film, food and art at the Walter Reade Theater and they’d love to see you there!
It’s a screening of “Spent: Looking For Change,” a 40-minute documentary executive produced by Davis Guggenheim (“Waiting For Superman”). Narrated by Tyler Perry, “Spent” is an investigation into why hard work isn’t enough to gain access to the privileges of the U.S. banking system.
Theres’s a short panel immediately after the screening featuring director Derek Doneen, followed by two hours of food, drink and art at the adjacent Furman Gallery. The artwork is provided by Shantell Martin, who’s pretty amazing in her own right.
Watch the trailer here!
Enter to win passes to this exclusive screening, Q&A with special guests, and reception to follow.
Spent: Looking for Change Special Sneak Preview
Venue: Film Society of Lincoln Center, Walter Reade Theater
Address: 165 W 65th Street, New York, NY
Date: Tuesday, September 23rd
7:30PM: Screening and Panel Discussion
9:00PM: Reception at the Furman Gallery