We had three fantastic screenings at our world premiere at SXSW and followed that up with two great screenings at The Thin Line Film Fest in Denton. I was lucky to have several close family members and old friends attend those festivals. It was great!
Here's what's coming up. We have been selected to screen at the Greenwich International Film Festival in May, the Vero Beach Wine + Film Festival in June, and the New Hope Film Festival in July. And, we are honored to have been chosen as one of the 37 features in the American Film Showcase for this upcoming year. Among the other films selected were Oscar winner "Free Solo" and Oscar nominated "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" and "RBG". The American Film Showcase (AFS) brings award-winning American films to audiences around the world, offering a view of American society and culture as seen by independent filmmakers. Funded by a grant from the State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) and produced by the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts (SCA), the Showcase highlights the value of film in fostering understanding and cooperation, dialogue and debate. Working with 40-50 selected US embassies and consulates per year, AFS sends American filmmakers and film experts on 7-10 day international cultural diplomacy trips made up of screenings, masterclasses, workshops and press engagements.