Maggie’s Plan

photo: Jon Pack

photo: Jon Pack

Book signing:  Maggie’s Plan screenplay books at McNally Jackson Books (52 Prince Street between Lafayette & Mulberry Streets) Monday, June 27th, 1pm

Saturday Morning Film Festival, May 14th, 10 a.m.

Chelsea 9 Theater, 260 West 23rd Street, NYC

Outside the Box [Office] and Sony Pictures Classics: a special preview screening
USC School of Cinematic Arts, 900 W. 34th St., Los Angeles, CA

Maggie’s Plan opens May 20 in New York and LA


March 5: Miami Film Festival screening with Rebecca Miller

April 23 – May 6: US regional tour

Saturday, April 23: San Francisco International Festival:  premiere and Q &A with Rebecca:  6 pm, Victoria Theatre (2961 16th Street, San Francisco)

Tuesday April 26: Los Angeles Special Presentation of Maggie’s Plan

Friday May 6:  Bentonville Film Festival and Q &A with Rebecca:  Old High Auditorium (406 NW 2nd St. Bentonville, AR)

Thursday May 5th, New York:  Maggie’s Plan Premiere

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