Come see the movie that The New York Times described as: ”At 7 p.m., 92YTriBeCa, 200 Hudson Street, at Canal Street… $12.”
Old Enough To Be President: Connor Ratliff’s 35-Year Journey To The White House is approximately 45 minutes long, and look who is in it:
Will Hines • Noah Forman • Langan Kingsley • Kevin Hines • Nicole Drespel • Random Orlando • Scott Holmes • And Others!
The screening will be followed by a historic campaign Q&A with the candidate and numerous members of his staff, moderated by Chris Gethard.
If you attend only one Presidential campaign movie screening/Q&A with the candidate this year, it will have to be this one. The only other one I know about is that batshit anti-Obama movie and there’s just no way they’re going to have a screening where Barack shows up. So please come to this one instead.
Old Enough To Be President Theatrical Trailer
Splitsider has a feature today on The Chris Gethard Show’s Connor Ratliff and his run for President. We caught up with Connor at Grant’s Tomb in July, he spoke at The Unconvention in September (on a stage shared with Time magazine’s Joe Klein, Touré, and former U.S. Senator Evan Bayh), and now 92YTribeca is proud to host the world premiere of his campaign documentary followed by a Q&A with Chris Gethard as moderator on Oct 15. Watch history unfold like a CafePress beach towel before your eyes.
GET TO KNOW TEAM RATLIFF: Press Secretary LANGAN KINGSLEY
Episode Three of our continuing series of “webisodes” about the people who work behind the scenes on the RATLIFF 35/2012 campaign focuses on press secretary Langan Kingsley.
Those of you who have seen my highly successful Battery Park Press Event from earlier this year know that Langan is a real pro, able to handle everything from a hostile press corps to a very loud boat with poise and aplomb.
On October 15, you can see Langan in the film OLD ENOUGH TO BE PRESIDENT: Connor Ratliff’s 35-Year Journey To The White House at 92YTribeca, and there will be a Q&A after the film where I will be answering questions along with most of my campaign staff.
Think of it like this: imagine they were only going to show THE AVENGERS once, and at the end of the screening, you were able to see the actual Avengers sit on stage and answer questions about what it was like to be in the Avengers, and maybe even get to meet them. You’d buy a ticket to that, right? Well, that’s what this is.
Previous episodes in the GET TO KNOW TEAM RATLIFF webseries:
Episode One: campaign pollster Will Hines! (We made him “Episode One” because he is the Jar Jar Binks of this campaign.)
Episode Two: campaign manager Noah Forman!
RATLIFF 35/2012 MUSIC VIDEO: ”Vote For Me, Maybe”
Presidential candidate Connor Ratliff (Age 37) sings and dances in the hope that you will possibly vote for him.
To prove you’re not crazy, watch this and then get tix to the premiere screening of Connor Ratliff’s campaign documentary followed by a Q&A with his campaign team moderated by Chris Gethard. At 92YTribeca!
I’M TOO FRAGILE FOR THIS, episode thirteen: ”Birthday”
In this, our thirteenth episode, Cathryn throws me a birthday party.
FUN FACT: It is actually my 37th birthday today.
37! You know what that means, right? Connor Ratliff is old enough to be President. He’ll make his case at 92YTribeca at The Unconvention on Sep 9 and the premiere of his campaign documentary on Oct 15.
OLD ENOUGH TO BE PRESIDENT: Connor Ratliff’s 35-Year Journey To The White House
OE2BP (as people are already calling it on Twitter and in personal text messages) isn’t going to wait for Election Day to tell its story, however. It will premiere at 92YTribeca on October 15, followed by a Q&A moderated by Chris Gethard (of The Chris Gethard Show.)
Candidate Connor Ratliff and most of his entire staff will be on hand to answer questions and make history.
WATCH the first teaser trailer
FOLLOW the campaign on Twitter
This is an important event.
Connor Ratliff for President: He’s Old Enough!
Connor Ratliff, member of Upright Citizens Brigade improv team The Stepfathers, is running for President. What makes him qualified? In his words, “I’m 36 and that’s old enough to be President.” He’s been traversing the Isle of Manhattan to make his case, from a press conference in Battery Park to General Grant National Memorial (Grant’s Tomb), featured here in a video for 92nd Street Y’s Campaign for the American Conversation. His story serves as a reminder that we are living the Constitution every day, as the Founding Fathers intended. Drunk and hot.