small, beautifully MOVING PARTS
Technology, pregnancy and urban motherhood – sounds like something you can relate to?
small, beautifully MOVING PARTS is a story that follows pregnant technophile Sarah Sparks (Anna Margaret Hollyman) as her uncertainties about motherhood trigger an impulsive road trip to the source of her anxiety: her mother living far away and off-the-grid.
Directed by Annie J. Howell and Lisa Robinson, the film opens May 11th at Cinema Village in NYC (22 E. 12th Street). Cast includes Anna Margaret Hollyman, Richard Hoag, Andre Holland, Sarah Rafferty, Mary Beth Peil, and Susan Kelechi Watson.
Understanding that it’s difficult for most moms to get out to watch a movie, the film will actually host two SCREAM screenings (the first screening of the day on May 15th and 17th) at Cinema Village, where parents are encouraged to bring their babies with them to the theater.
NEW MOMS – Join the film SMALL, BEAUTIFULLY MOVING PARTS for SCREAM screenings on Tuesday, May 15 and Thursday May 17! Pack up your babe and enjoy a movie in the company of other mothers where whimpers, cries and screams blend right in. We’ll turn up the volume for you! Stroller parking limited; please consider slinging it.
SCREAM screenings are scheduled for the first screening of the day on Tuesday, May 15 and Thursday, May 17 at Cinema Village. Movie times and tickets, available beginning May 7, HERE. Film trailer HERE. (Film is not rated; family friendly with one f-bomb.)
As a new parent, you are allowed to scream, too.
So now there’s no excuse not to go check out the movie (and the movie only lasts about 73 minutes) – hope to see you there!
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