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How He Fell In Love
Directed by
Marc Meyers

USA / 2015 / 108
minutes

New York Premiere

Screening Times and Venues:

Q&A Attendees
*subject to change:
Marc Meyers, Jody Girgenti, Jamie Kirkpatrick
SYNOPSIS:
LIMITED TICKETS are available at UPSTATE FILMS in RHINEBECK for the Rhinebeck screening.

A romantic drama about forbidden romance, How He Fell in Love is a story of love doomed to failure. Struggling young musician Travis (Matt McGorry of Orange Is the New Black and How to Get Away With Murder) has fallen head over heels for the beautiful, older, married yoga teacher Ellen (Amy Hargreaves of Blue Ruin and Homeland). Alternating between vulnerability and pulsating sexuality, McGorry and Hargreaves seduce the audience with an impossible love story that is mesmerizing to watch. With New York City as the backdrop to their love, and a steamy getaway to the country as added spice to their already hot relationship, the lovers traverse this dangerous road with alternating abandon and control. Supported by veteran character actor Mark Blum, who delivers a touching performance as Henry, the jilted husband, that comes to an emotional peak in the film's climax. Will new love or old relationships persevere? Come see for yourself.

-Svetlana Krotek

BIO:
Marc Meyers graduated from Franklin & Marshall College and began his career as a development consultant for the IFP Market & Gotham Awards. His debut feature, Approaching Union Square, premiered at the Montreal World Film Festival and was broadcast on Sundance Channel. Marc was part of the team behind the 9/11-themed documentary Witnessing, which premiered at Tribeca and aired on MSNBC. His 2011 film Harvest, starring Oscar nominees Robert Loggia and Barbara Barrie, with original music by Grammy and Tony Winner Duncan Sheik and David Poe, was released theatrically in 2011, aired on Showtime, and is available on major digital platforms. He is an alumnus of various theater collectives and part of the producing team for the inaugural NY Documentary Festival (docfest).

My Friend Dahmer, based on the award-winning novel of the same name, is his next film. Marc lives with his wife and producing partner Jody Girgenti and their daughter in Brooklyn, NY.

MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Matt McGorry, Amy Hargreaves, Britne Oldford, Mark Blum
Producer(s): Jody Girgenti
Director(s): Marc Meyers
Screenwriter(s): Marc Meyers
Cinematographer(s): Ruben O'Malley
Editor(s): Jamie Kirkpatrick
Composer(s)/Music: Jay Lifton
Courtesy of: Visit Films
 
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