Love in the Time of March Madness
Melissa Johnson, Robertino Zambrano

Friday Jul 25, 2014

Brookfield Place (formerly World Financial Center)
ground level, along the water between West Street and the Hudson River
Financial District
220 Vesey Street, New York City, NY, 10281
A, C to Chambers Street; E to World Trade Center, 2, 3 to Park Place

6:30PMDoors Open
7:30PMLive Music by Pool Cosby
8:45PMFilms Begin
In the event of rain, show will be moved indoors. Please visit for rain details. Seating is first come, first served. No outside alcohol is permitted.


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Love in the Time of March Madness (Melissa Johnson, Robertino Zambrano | 9 min.)

A story about the hilarious and awkward misadventures of a 6’4’’ tall woman who is a star on the basketball court but struggles to find true love.


Melissa Johnson is best known for her award-winning feature documentary, No Look Pass, about a Burmese lesbian basketball star. She has written essays for The New York Times,, Boston Herald and more, including the inspiration for Love in the Time of March Madness that smashed traffic records for

Raised and educated in Sydney, Robertino Zambrano has worked in motion graphics, film, illustration, visual effects, and digital advertising in Australia and the U.S. He has directed moving-image projects for clients including Nike, Coca-Cola, Google, TED, and Beats By Dr. Dre, receiving multiple industry awards.

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