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Pelotero (Ballplayer) 

Event Details

WHEN:
Friday, July 13th to Thursday, July 19th
WHERE:
Maysles & Quad Cinemas

New York,


HOOD:

COST:
varies
AGE:
All ages
Pelotero (Ballplayer)

Event Description

The documentary El Pelotero (The Ballplayer) follows two sixteen year old Dominican baseball prospects who must overcome incredible competition and increasing corruption to try to achieve their dreams of signing a contact with an MLB team and lifting their families out of poverty.  John Leguizamo narrates.

On Friday, the movie opens at Maysles and Quad Cinemas.  See full details for events below:

Maysles Cinema, 343 Malcolm X Blvd / Lenox Ave, New York, NY, $10 tickets

Friday, July 13th: Movie @ 7:30 PM; Post-screening Q&A with Co-Director Ross Finkel

Saturday, July 14th: Post-screening Q&A with Co-Directors Ross Finkel and Trevor Martin, followed by a reception.

Wednesday, July 18th: Pre-Screening Maysles Cinema Members’ reception at 6:30pm.

Thursday, July 19th: Post-screening Q&A with Co-Director Jon Paley

Quad Cinema, 34 West 13th Street, New York, NY


Pelotero (Ballplayer)

WHERE:
Maysles & Quad Cinemas

New York,


HOOD:

DIRECTIONS:






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