Whew, this one almost slipped through the cracks! We’ve been accepted to the Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival, as part of the Broken Portals shorts program, screening opening weekend at the Somerville Theatre Micro-Cinema on February 7th, 2015 at 7:30pm. Tickets are $12.50, so if you’re in the Boston area, check it out! For more information, go to www.bostonscifi.com/.
We’ve been accepted to the 37th Annual Big Muddy Film Festival at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, which takes place February 24th through March 1st. For more information, see www.bigmuddyfilm.com.
I’m happy to announce that we’ve won the juried “Best Sci-Fi Short” award at the 8th annual Big Easy International Film Festival in New Orleans. We were in great company as the science fiction shorts block was extremely strong, so this means a lot. The Big Easy festival was a fantastic experience overall, great networking with other filmmakers, and a nice…
The 2015 Beloit International Film Festival has programmed “The Place Where You Live.” This is particularly exciting to me, because it’s a mere hour away from where I originally grew up around Delavan, Wisconsin. BIFF is Feb. 20th–Mar. 1st, and we’re scheduled on Saturday Feb 28th, at 5pm, at the venue “My Apartment.” For more information see http://beloitfilmfest.org.
I’m very excited to announce that we’ve been accepted to the Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema, located in the San Jacinto mountains of Southern California, just outside of Palm Springs. They’ve scheduled two screenings of “The Place Where You Live,” the first on Jan 7th in the 10am block at Astro Camp, and the second on Jan 8th in the…
I’m very pleased to announce that we’ve been accepted into the Big Easy International Film Festival, which is December 12th–14th! I love New Orleans, and will definitely take this excuse to visit and attend! For more information, see http://www.bigeasyinternationalfilmfestival.com.
I’ve been having an enormous amount of fun flying out to some of the film festivals we’ve gotten into, and meeting other truly independent filmmakers who are tilting at the windmills of this crazy industry of ours. While I’m generally just happy to have the opportunity to screen my work in front of actual human beings, I’m thrilled to announce that…
Des Moines, Iowa’s Wild Rose Independent Film Festival announced the inclusion of “The Place Where You Live.” We’re playing on Friday, Nov. 7th in the Block A set of shorts, scheduled at 3:15pm, at the Fleur Cinema & Cafe. For more information, see http://www.wildrosefilmfest.com.
The good news keeps on rolling in, we’ve just gotten notice of being accepted to the Fargo Fantastic Film Festival, which is affiliated with the 40th annual ValleyCon science-fiction, fantasy, and gaming convention, taking place Oct 24-26. Specifically, our screening is on Sunday in the 1pm block of shorts. For more information, see the program guide at http://www.valleycon.com/pdf/ProgramGuide.pdf
We’re pleased to announce acceptance to the Chicago Paranormal Film Festival, which has been moved to Sunday November 30th. For more information, see www.chicagoparanormalfilmfest.com.