A few lucky moviegoers in New York City will be among the very few who get to see one of my favorite films of the year on the big screen.

Here are details from the IFP screening site:

Opening January 9th, Paul Harrill’s Something, Anything is a meditative study of a life-altering tragedy that forces a newlywed woman to embark on a journey towards recovery. An alumnus of IFP’s Narrative Labs and No Borders Co-Production Market, as well as a Filmmaker Magazine “25 New Faces of Independent Film,” Something, Anything premiered at the Sarasota Film Festival and Wisconsin Film Festival, and has gone on to screen at the Edinburgh  International Film Festival and BAMCinemaFest. (Official website: http://somethinganythingfilm.com/#about)


Tickets will go on sale in October at www.nymediacenter.com, where filmmakers will also be able to submit their projects for consideration for the spring slate.  Films will be programmed based on artistic merit and perceived marketplace and audience engagement potential.