With continued showings from coast to coast, The SpyBehind Home Plate has added another successful weekend of screenings. Director Aviva Kempner did two Q and A’s at the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan on the Upper West Side on July 5th to captivate audiences. Despite the holiday weekend, many seats were filled making the weekend a success. Two interviewees, producer Aviva Miller and screenwriter Ray Fox, attended the screenings. There will be only 4 more chances to see the film in New York City at the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan on July 9th (at 6 and 8 pm) and July 10th (at 4:30 and 7 pm). Irwin Berg, cousin of Moe Berg, will be doing a Q&A after the 6 pm showing on July 9th.
On Sunday, July 7th Kempner took a train to do a Q&A after the film’s screening at the Parkway Theater in Baltimore. There, she was greeted by over 300 audience members at the newly restored theatre.
This coming weekend the film will open up in eleven more cities across the nation and remains in San Diego, Chicago, Boston, Denver, St. Louis, Sarasota, Baltimore, and other cities. Tickets and times for the continued and new screenings can be found here.
July 9th, 10th: New York, NY
July 12th: Ambler, PA
July 12th: Memphis, TN
July 12th: Newburyport, MA
July 12th: Charleston, SC
July 12th: Atlanta, GA
July 12th: Minneapolis, MN
July 12th: Ithaca, NY
July 12th: Eugene, OR
July 12th: Concord, NH
July 12th: Dayton, OH
July 12th: Santa Barbara, CA
July 15th: Tunkhannock, PA
The Spy Behind Home Plate will show one last time at the Avalon Theater in Washington, DC. This will be followed by a Q&A with Aviva!
Date: Wednesday, July 10th, 2019
The Spy Behind Home Plateincluded in “The best movies of 2019 (so far)”
-Justin Change and Kenneth Turan, LA Times
WATCH: ABC 5 Boston’s news piece onSpy
“‘Spy Behind Home Plate’ hits it out of the park”
Defo Show interviews Aviva on Miami Sports Radio
–940WINZ, Starts at the 18-minute mark
Peter Wein taped interview with Aviva
– WEI Network (Internet Radio)
The Spy Behind Home Plate t-shirts and posters are on sale. Get some to celebrate the national holiday.
Get them here!
We want to extend our sincerest condolences to the Los Angeles Angels and Manager Brad Ausmus, who appeared in the film, for their loss of pitcher Tyler Skaggs. He passed away on July 1st, 2019.