A lot of festival news to report. First up is the Hoboken Film Festival,
which runs from June 4th to June 10th. The film is being shown on Tuesday June 8th at 4 pm at the Cedar Lane Cinemas in Teaneck, NJ (for some bizarre reason all the screenings and I think the whole festival, despite being named Hoboken, takes place at the Cedar Lane venue, kind of like the NY Giants playing in NJ, I guess!). I’m planning on being at the screening, and sure would appreciate some company!
Then, in June, there’s a showing at the New Hope Film Festival in lovely and legendary Bucks County, Pennsylvania–a long time weekend retreat for arts oriented urbanites from New York and Philadelphia. The film will be shown on Wednesday June 23, 9:15 pm at New Hope Arts Center, 2 Stockton Avenue in New Hope.And once again I will be attending.
And then in July the film will be screened at the Jewish Film
Festival of Barcelona–obviously a very exciting development and I am planning on attending that one as well. Don’t have all the details on that yet, but the planned screening date is Thursday July 8th. I’ll post more info as it come in.
And finally, looking back a bit, a brief report on a wonderful screening a lot closer to home a few weeks ago–in fact just a few minutes from where I live. It was sponsored by the Rivertown Film and the Rockland Filmmakers group and was a truly memorable evening with an incredibly enthusiastic and appreciative audience. Thanks again to David Kaminski and Matthew Seig for making it all happen.