"New York, I Love You" and "How To Tell You're a Douchebag" Screening at BAM

Thursday, Apr 14, 2016

"New York, I Love You"

"How To Tell You're a Douchebag"

Alumna Iquo Eissen's short film New York, I Love You, will be screening at BAM and will be followed by How To Tell You're a Douchebag, a feature produced by student Julius Pryor IV and alumnus Martisse Hill, on April 23, at 7pm. It will be followed by a Q&A with How To Tell You're a Douchebag director Tahir Jetter.

About New York, I Love You: "NYILY is a short film about Viviane, a neurotic, struggling actress given to flights of fancy--like moving to Los Angeles on a whim to revive her dwindling career. But can she leave New York and the love of her life, Kazembe, behind?"

About How To Tell You're a Douchebag: "Ray is the writer of a notorious Brooklyn blog called “Occasionally Dating Black Women,” an inveterate womanizer, and, well, the title says the rest. But when this woefully unenlightened cad makes an enemy of—and then falls for—hotshot writer Rochelle he gets a hard won lesson in humility. The smart, sexy feature debut from Tahir Jetter cuts through romantic comedy conventions with wit and verve."

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