There are two screenings happening this week. One is at the Park City Film Music Festival--a ground breaking event dedicated to all aspects of music in film, everything from music based documentaries to music videos and feature films that use music as an essential element. The film is being shown at the Egyptian Theater in Park City, Utah on Wednesday May 19th at 6:15 pm, and I will be there. Here’s a link to the festival site, you have to then use the pull down menu to get to the specific page for May 19th: http://www.pcfmf.com So if you’re in that area, hope to see you there.
Then it’s back home for an “industry” screening on Friday night May 21 very close to where I live. It’s at St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill in Rockland County NY, and is sponsored by the recently formed Rockland Filmmaker’s Group, which is part of Rivertown Film. And….it’s free! For more info go to http://www.rivertownfilm.org/rockland_filmmakers.html
Finally, a brief report on the screening at the Sensoria Festival in Sheffield England on April 26–it was a lovely event at another wonderful music film festival. There was a most enjoyable Q&A afterwards with Martyn Ware and I met lots of different people, including several Americans who had come over to participate in various festival events. Many thanks to Jo Wingate and Nigel Humberstone for producing such a terrific music/film festival.