Monthly Archives: March 2011

Great reviews and articles out of Madison!

With the Wisconsin Film Festival around the corner we’ve been getting a lot of publicity. The Isthmus calls Breaking and Entering one of the 12 “sure things” at this year’s festival. The Onion’s AV Club (Madison) calls it, “inspiring and … Continue reading

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Atlanta Film Festival!

Breaking and Entering will be part of the 2011 Atlanta Film Festival on April 30th, at 8:30 p.m. at the Landmark Midtown Theater. 8:30 on a Saturday night is a great time slot, and I’m really excited to go back … Continue reading

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Screening in Asheville, North Carolina – Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.

Happy to be in warm North Carolina! Breaking and Entering will be screening in Asheville, NC tomorrow night at the Regal Biltmore Grande Stadium 15. It’s part of the Asheville Cinema Society. I’ll be there for a Q and A after … Continue reading

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Asheville Cinema Society

On Tuesday, March 22nd, we’ll be screening Breaking and Entering as part of the Asheville Cinema Society. My wife and I went on our honeymoon near Asheville a year and a half ago, so I’m excited to go back. Check … Continue reading

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Thank you, Salem Film Fest!

My wife, dog, and I hopped in the car on Friday morning at 7:00 and drove 17 hours to Salem, MA to be part of the Salem Film Fest. It’s a really cool documentary-only and invite-only documentary film festival that is … Continue reading

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Also, Buffalo-Niagra and Tallahassee Film Festivals!

Also excited to be part of the Buffalo-Niagra Film Festival and Tallahassee Film Festival. We screen on April 12th at 4:00 p.m. at the Market Arcade Film & Arts Center in Buffalo. Don’t know the screening date or time of Tallahassee … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Film Festival

Over a dozen years ago I stumbled on a documentary that changed my life called “American Movie.” It’s the story of a Milwaukee, WI man who is trying to make his first feature film. In the middle of everything he … Continue reading

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