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The Rocky Mountains and the 34th Starz Denver Film Festival has selected Postales to play as part of the following sections: Contemporary World Cinema, New Directors Showcase, Spotlight on Colorado.

This great festival brings over 50,000 film viewers together for cinema each year.

Tell a friend about the Postales screenings in the Rocky Mountains.  The writer/director and producers will be in attendance at the screenings.

Postales Showtimes at the 34th Starz Denver Film Festival

Postales Hollywood Reporter Review

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The journey continues for Postales as the film industry seems to scream, “the sky is falling” in the face of emerging filmmakers who continue to create cinema against all odds to move the hearts and minds of  audiences around the world.

Postales will have it’s Canadian Premiere at the Edmonton Int’l Film Festival. We are excited to screen in Canada as the film only accepts a handful of films. Our fellow IFP Rough Cut Lab Alumni, Ron Eyal and Eleanor Burke, are also screening their film, Stranger Things, at Edmonton.

If you know anyone near by please encourage them to check out Postales and Stranger Things, then please “like” the film on the festival’s page for Postales.

Postales Page for the Edmonton Film Festival

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Our small film with a big heart continues to find it’s audiences at film festivals.  Recently announced, the inaugural New York Hell’s Kitchen Film Festival will have an opening film, Kevin,  from Jay Duplass and the closing night film, Lost in Italy from Craig Vivieros.

Postales is extremely honored to be the Centerpiece film in this festivals Inaugural event.  The director, Josh Hyde, will be in attendance for the  Q and A.  There are some more film festivals announcements on the way.

Here is a full breakdown of the festival from Film School Rejects.com

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The momentum for our film continues.  We’ve just signed with our wonderful sales agent, Filmbuff/Cinetic Rights Management, and our continuing on the film festival circuit.  We started with the International Film Festival circuit and now we are coming back around to do the U.S. film festival circuit this year.  We’ve got some more festival announcements coming up, some international and some domestic, but we’ve got to keep it a secret for another week or so.

HBO New York Int’l Latino Film Festival Program Guide

Best of Fest by Latinish.com

Postales Screens at the HBO NY Latino Film Festival

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Postales is off to the 2011 Shanghai Int’l film festival for the Asain Premiere. To put in in perspective. I think Germany will take 16 films, New Zealand has 3 films, and I believe Canada is representing with 10 films. It’s an honor to be part of the group of American films being presented in China. I hope our story of cultural understanding through the eyes of innocence will find it’s audience at the Asian Premiere. More good news is on the way, a full soundtrack, and more reviews.

Here are some articles about the festival and the growing need of International Cinema in China.

MPAA Head Christopher Dodd to Visit, Address Shanghai Film Festival

2011 Shanghai International Film Festival competitors revealed

 

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The festival is over and the audiences of the RiverRun International Film Festival connected with Postales.  As we walked along the streets of Winston-Salem, NC or watched movies, it was amazing to be stopped by people who had watched the film to be told, “I really enjoyed the film…Thank you for showing the film at the festival…The kids were great…I liked the story and the message…I can’t wait to see more films from you guys.”

We also met a lot of great filmmakers, journalists, and festival folks who helped to us re-energize and advise us on how to navigate the tricky waters of today’s distribution.  Hopefully these chance encounters will help Postales find a good home at festivals throughout the US and with distributors trying to find good films.  Deep thanks to all the folks we met in Winston-Salem – you all know who you are.  We’ll be in touch and thanks for all the advice and thoughts on our film.

Some reviews are starting to come out from the festival and this is one of our favorites to date.  It might have even made some of our producers cry, in a good way. (hehehehehehehehe)

Hollywood Reporter Review of Postales

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The Postales team has descended upon Winston-Salem, NC for the River Run International Film Festival.  The film is listed in the Altered States category featuring 6 films that capture the New Wave of American indie films for this generation.  It’s an honor to be considered among the 1 of 6 film, curated from the top international festivals.  Here are the other films in our section.

Gabi on the Roof

Passenger Pigeons

The Off Hours

to.get.her

Two Gates of Sleep

Hopefully all the screenings will be sold out and Postales will have a good chance at an audience choice award.

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