also had a terrific screening back in New York to benefit the Historic House Trust of NYC & the Preservation
League of NY State on November 6th at the Walter Reade Theater
in Lincoln Center. An enthusiastic crowd turned out and
enjoyed Dos XX beer and the fine food of Rosa Mexicano. Thanks to
Commissioner Benepe, George Beane, The Film Society of Lincoln
Center, Therese Braddick and the entire
staff of the Historic House Trust for making it a great evening for
The Bijou theater screenings in San Antonio on November 10th and
11th were pretty well attended, especially since we did no
advertising beyond the word of mouth generated by the SAPD
screenings. There may be further San Antonio screenings, so stay
tuned. If there are, we will certainly advertise to boost
attendance. Fifty percent of the profits from any future San Antonio
screenings will also go to benefit the 100 Club.
Other upcoming screenings include:
Queens Film Festival on November 16, as part of their 9/11
Santa Fe Film Festival on Saturday, December 6
Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville, NY on Wednesday, December 3
will premiere on the Sundance
Channel on December 6th -- subscribe now and get the best of
independent film sent directly to your television!
A sneak peak at the DVD box cover
WHERE'S BILL DAWES?
DVD & video street date is January 2004 thanks to the folks at Arts
Alliance America-- why not buy a copy for your indie film library?
noticed the other day that the EvenHand listing on the
Internet Movie Database has started getting votes. If you have seen
the film, please take a minute and
register your vote there. Thanks
to all who have left great reviews on the IMDb site! Here's a link:
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