A NEW YORK LOVE STORY With Courtney Reed Premieres at SOHO Int'l Film Fest Tonight, 5/18

A NEW YORK LOVE STORY With Courtney Reed Premieres at SOHO Int'l Film Fest Tonight, 5/18
Courtney Reed (Photo: Walter McBride)

New York--Apolla Enchino's erotic drama "A New York Love Story" will have its world premiere at SOHO International Film Festival at Village East Cinemas (189 12th St. and 2nd Ave.) tonight, 9:15 p.m. The film stars Enchino, Richard Short, Siobhan Flynn, Miguel Pinzon, and ALADDIN on Broadway's Princess Jasmine, Courtney Reed. For tickets, check it out HERE.

Its official synopsis says, "Delphine (Enchino), a dancer living in New York City, is exploring some newfound relationships: Despite her best intentions to keep her relationships casual and simple, Delphine falls hard for a sexy, charismatic painter (Short).

"Although the painter is smitten with Delphine, the former continues an array of sexual relationships, unable to concentrate solely on the latter. Though they initially started an open relationship, both Delphine and the painter soon discover that love is hardly ever that simple."

Reed, who hails from Elgin, Illinois, made her Broadway debut in "Mamma Mia" as part of the ensemble and understudy for the role of Ali. Theater credits include "In the Heights" on Broadway and "Once On This Island," staged by Paper Mill Playhouse. TV appearances include "Law & Order: SVU," "White Collar," "NYC 22," and "CSI:NY."

2014 SOHO International Film Festival will run until Thursday, May 22.

For more information, visit sohofilmfest.com.

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