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If you’re interested in a community screening or college screening, please get in touch with Producer/Director Vicki Vasilopoulos at: info (at) We’ve also partnered with, a web-platform that enables individuals, groups, and organizations to set up screenings of MEN OF THE CLOTH in theaters across the U.S. You can pick the time, place and date, (it’s best if you do this 5-7 weeks in advance) and Tugg will reserve the theater and make all the other arrangements for the showing. They will create a personalized Event Page for you on their website.

Tugg’s Promoter Walkthrough will guide you through the process of hosting a screening and getting the most out of your event! The process is simple:

1. Sign up for Tugg.

2. Fill out the Event Request Form to pick the date, time, and place for your special screening. Once the theater approves the request, you can begin selling tickets on your personalized Event Page.

3. Spread the word to your community via your email list, your Facebook friends and on Twitter. Let folks know that they need to reserve a ticket right away to be sure the event will happen. Sell enough tickets before the event deadline to confirm your screening. If you don’t meet this “Threshold,” no one will be charged and your event will be called off. (As a promoter, you will receive 5 % of the ticket sales.)

4. Once enough tickets are reserved, your event will be confirmed and you can sit back and enjoy the show. (You can also make separate arrangements to invite director Vicki Vasilopoulos to conduct a Q&A at the screening in person.)

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to the Tugg Team at

You will also have access to promotional tools on the Tugg site and you can use anything in the MEN OF THE CLOTH Presskit to help you promote your event.

You may contact us directly to request a screening for your college or cultural organization in a non-theatrical venue.

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Event Information:

  • Thu

    Boston, Massachusetts Premiere

    7:00 PM to 9:20 PMMuseum of Fine Arts, Boston (Harry and Mildred Remis Auditorium) - 465 Huntington Avenue

    Q&A with Director Vicki Vasilopoulos along with some very special guests: well-known master tailor Alan Rouleau of Alan Rouleau Couture on Newbury Street; retired master tailor Joe Calautti, who owned Rizzo Tailor in Harvard Square for 42 years; Michelle Finamore, Curator of Fashion Arts at the Museum of Fine Arts and co-author of “Gaetano Savini: The Man Who Was Brioni”; and two professors from the Fashion Design Program at Lasell College -- Lynn Blake, chair of the fashion department; and assistant professor Carol Emanuelson.

    Advance tickets available.



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