USA | Narrative | 2016 | 75 min
Director: Jamie Greenberg
Additional Credits: Writer: Jamie Greenberg, Producers: Joanna Bowzer and Daryl Goldberg, Editor: Jamie Greenberg, Cinematographer: Alan McIntyre Smith
ANNOUNCING THE PEPPIEST PICTURE OF 1938!
Print Source / Contact
Jamie Greenberg, NY [email protected]
Jamie Greenberg (writer, director, editor) Jamie Greenberg’s first feature film, the acclaimed comedy Stags, was produced by indie film pioneer Ben Barenholtz. The film was lauded as “very funny” (Foxnews.com) and “the must-see indie film of the summer"(Monstersandcritics.com).
Jamie recently wrote and directed the Separate Checks web series and has created numerous short films. His faux-historical short Pillowfighter won the "Grand Jury” and "Best Director” Awards at the NY International Independent Film Festival and was an Official Selection in the Montreal Comedy Festival.
Before getting into film, Jamie was a TV Writer/Producer. He co-created Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego? [PBS], for which he was nominated for 2 Emmy Awards, and wrote for every season of its sister show, Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?.
He was a Story Producer on Michael Moore’s acclaimed series TV Nation and Senior Writer on a variety of MTV specials, including Wanna Be A VJ, MTV Spring Break, and many more. He co-created MTV’s hit show Lip Service, for which he won the “Best Game Show” CableACE Award.
Jamie is based in NYC and has a good dog and a dog.
Tickets are located in your account. You can view, print, email and even text them directly to yourself and / or your friends.
If you can't login or access your tickets it's possible that your email may have been entered incorrectly when you originally placed your order. Please give us a call or shoot us an email and we'll give you a hand.Go get my tickets | Use find my tickets
You can change the name on your tickets in your account. You can then text or email them to yourself or the new guest(s).Go change the name on my tickets
Your best bet is to reach out directly to the event organizer. You can typically find their contact details and web resources on the event page. If you run into any snags you can always get in touch with us and we’ll help with whatever we can. Contact Support
Generally speaking, each event has it's own refund policy that is set forth by the event organizer or venue. Most events have a zero refund policy and there's nothing NIGHTOUT can do to process or offer a refund for you.
An event's refund policy is or was presented to you on the event page in the "Purchase Conditions" box located near the Checkout button. If you are or were uncertain about your event's refund policy, we recommend you contact the event organizer for their policy and any questions relating to a refund.
If you purchased Refund Protection as you placed your order you can submit an application for a refund here.
NIGHTOUT uses a third party service, Booking Protect as it's Refund Protection partner. Any questions about submitting an application for a refund, questions on a pending application or other Refund Protection related questions should be directed to them. You can contact them here.
The first step is to check your spam folder as emails will sometimes end up there. It's also possible that your email may have been entered incorrectly when you originally placed your order. Please give us a call and we'll give you a hand.