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Mathematically Alive at the New Jersey Film Festival

Mike SteffanosWednesday, November 7, 2007
By Mike Steffanos


Back in late September, when the air was a little warmer and the Mets were still clinging to first place, I had the pleasure of meeting Katherine Foronjy at the launch party for Dana Brand's terrific book. Kathy is one-half of the team that produced Mathematically Alive - A Story of Fandom, which documents the agony and the ecstasy of being a Mets fan.

This weekend the film will be screened at the New Jersey Film Festival at Rutgers University. The information is below:

Mathematically Alive - A Story of Fandom at the New Jersey Film Festival
Rutgers University - Voorhees Hall 105
71 Hamilton Street/College Avenue Campus
(Near the corner of George Steet and Hamilton Street)
New Brunswick , NJ

Friday November 09, 2007 at 7:00 PM
Saturday November 10, 2007 at 7:00 PM
Sunday November 11, 2007 at 7:00 PM
Tickets: $10 available 30 minutes before the screening - over 400 seats available per show
http://www.njfilmfest.com/

Mets fans that have seen this have been universally complimentary of the film. If you have the chance, check it out.

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Comments (7)

Mike, I just watched an advance copy of Mathematically Alive. It is even better than I dared hope it would be. The filmmakers have captured the spirit of Mets fans to an astonishing degree. It literally brought tears to my eyes. I urge Mets fans to get down to Rutgers to see this film this weekend. As they say, run, don't walk.

It's hard for me to get there. is a dvd available?

Dana - I urge them to stop at a bookstore along the way to pick up a copy of your book, too (which I actually will review here soon).
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Al - I don't think there is one yet, but I'll check on it.

No, there isn't a DVD yet. The film is being shown at these festivals so that they can get a distributor who can get the films into theatres and who can get somebody to eventually issue a DVD. At this point, the only way to see the film is to go to the festival.

I missed the NJ Film Festival. When and where is the film showing again?

Chis - Keep an eye on their web site:
http://www.mathematicallyalive.com/

If I hear anything I will post it.

Dear Mike,

I hope you haven't forgotten the real Met Fans in section 1. Mike Cougar, Gary, Woody,Danny,and Fuzzy have spent more time in Shea Stadium then anyone else. These are the true fan.

Thanks from,
Joe

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