Feiffer's Comedy 'Bernard and Huey' Opens This Week

In theaters and digital platforms

“Bernard and Huey,” a comedy written by Jules Feiffer of East Hampton and directed by Dan Mirvish, will open in theaters across the country and become available on digital platforms tomorrow.

The film is based on characters originally created in 1957 by Mr. Feiffer for comic strips in The Village Voice and Playboy. The story of two middle-aged men behaving badly has been screened at more than 25 film festivals and was shown at Bay Street Theater last month.