The Office of Human Resources, the Vice-President of Finance and Alumni Affairs;
the Recognition Committee and
Brooklyn Center Cinema
by special arrangement with IFC Films
"Nice Greek girls are expected to do three things:
Marry Greek boys, make Greek babies and
feed everyone until the day we die."
MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING, a romantic comedy from The Playtone Company, is based on the one-woman show written by and starring "Second City" alumna Nia Vardalos. Directed by Joel Zwick and adapted for the screen by Vardalos, the film is produced by Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson and Gary Goetzman. Norm Waitt, Paul Brooks and Steven Shareshian serve as Executive Producers. Jim Milio, Melissa Jo Peltier and Mark Hufnail (of MPH Entertainment) are Co-executive producers. Jeffrey Jur is the film's director of photography, Gregory Keen is the production designer and Mia Goldman edited the film. Distributed by IFC Films . Also starring are ANDREA MARTIN as Aunt Voula, JOEY FATONE as cousin Angelo, GIA CARIDES as cousin Nikki, LOUIS MANDYLOR as Toula's brother Nick, BESS MEISLER as Yia Yia, FIONA REID as Hayley Miller, BRUCE GRAY as Rodney Miller and IAN GOMEZ as Mike.
Director Joel Zwick and film scholar and author Prof. Foster Hersch will host a Q&A discussion after the screening with an introduction by Frank Angel, Director of Brooklyn Center Cinema
May 15th at 4pm
Admission is free to the Brooklyn College community. This is a closed screening.
MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING
Director Joel Zwick
Michael Constantine, Lainie Kazan
Gia Carides, Joey Fatone
Nia Vardalos, Lainie Kazan
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By Special Arrangement with
Brooklyn Center Cinema
and in Association with Focus Features
Assemblyman Dov Hikind
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Visit "The Pianist" Websit and View the Trailer
One Show Only!
May 29th - 7pm
Brooklyn Center Cinema's
Tickets are only available by mail.
Call Assemblyman Hikind's Brooklyn Office at
718-853-9616 to request tickets.
No on under 17 will be admitted without a parent or guardian. No one will be admitted after the film begins.
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