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OutCinema, in partnership with NYC Pride and SVA Theatre presents
HOOKED
Screening, Talkback and Party
Monday, June 26, 2017 at 6:30PM

SVA Theatre
333 West 23rd St.
(between Eighth and Ninth Ave)
New York, NY 10011


6:30PM: Cocktail Reception
8:00PM: Film Premiere

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Proceeds benefit homeless LGBTQ youth via The Ali Forney Center

In person: Writer/Director Max Emerson

In the United States, 40% of homeless youth identify as LGBTQ. This timely narrative feature debut from writer/director and Instagram superstar Max Emerson (@maxisms), poignantly captures the plight of LGBTQ youth. Unaccepted at home, 18-year-old Jack (Conor Donnally) survives in New York City through sex work, while trying to build a better life with his loving boyfriend Tom (Sean Ormond). When a closeted older client enters the picture, their challenges mount as Jack is taken from the homeless shelters of Manhattan to the shiny but deceptive dream of a better life in Miami.

Funded through crowdsourcing and a commitment to donating to LGBTQ organizations, HOOKED is proof that cinema can tell powerful stories of underrepresented, neglected populations while directly giving back the community.

Ticket information:
Benefit VIP ticket: $75
Member Benefit VIP ticket: $50
Includes Meet & Greet with Max Emerson, VIP giftbag, and more

Non-Member General Admission: $25
NewFest Member ticket: $15
All tickets include pre-screening cocktail reception

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The Ali Forney Center's mission is to protect LGBTQ youths from the harms of homelessness and empower them with the tools needed to live independently by providing LGBTQ young people housing and a continuum of supportive services to help them thrive and prepare them for independent living.