Culture Catch and Napapijri are pleased to continue our Film Salon series. More than just meeting a director or actor and then screening a movie, this monthly in-store event affords a select group of invited VIP New Yorkers an unprecedented opportunity to discuss in an informal and casual setting the impact of a movie and the cultural significance it may or may not have on our society. We're looking for the integrity of the film and filmmaker(s) and their symbiotic relationship with our brands.
If you're not invited, chances are you will not get in.
No, we're not culture snobs -- well, maybe just a little bit -- but space is tight in this beautiful Italian-based sportswear retailer's Napapijri Soho store at 149 Mercer Street (between Prince & Houston), NYC 10012, 212-431-4490.
Each event will start with drinks and light food, an interview by Dusty Wright with either the director and/or star of the movie, private screening of the movie, and a chance to discuss it in detail after wards. Our next event is scheduled for WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25th from 7 - 10 PM, with director/producer Andrew Jenks screening the ESPN-produced documentary The Zen of Bobby V about former Met's manager Bobby Valentine.
"The Zen of Bobby V, a documentary by three NYU students, examines Valentine's remarkable adaptation to a baseball culture far from home. Now the manager of Japan's Chiba Lotte Marines, Valentine earned rapturous approval when he steered the team to a championship title in 2005. In Japan, he now has a burger, a beer and a street named after him." Daily News
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peace, Dusty & Richard
Co-sponsored by our friends at Izze, and Tito's.
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