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The long journey from script to a film in distribution is here.  POSTALES is available to watch on Amazon Instant Video…FOREVER.  We got some really nice reviews last week to go along with the release.

New York Times Review

Village Voice Review

Slant Magazine Review

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We are excited to be 1 of the 27 films featured at the 2012 New Jersey Int’l Film Festival at Rutgers University.

Postales has a great screening slot for a weekend date.  The film will screen on

Friday, June 8 at Voorhees Hall #105 at 7 Pm

Check out the full schedule for the 2012 New Jersey Int’l Film Festival.

 

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The 34th Big Muddy Film Festival has chosen Postales as it’s opening night film.  The editor, cinematograher, and director are alumni of SIUC.  The crew will be in Carbondale, IL to help do some workshops and master classes for the current students.

Postales will screen on Wednesday, February 22, 2012 at 5pm in Guyon Auditorium. (Morris Library)

Tell a friend if they’re in Carbondale to check out the screening.

 

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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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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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As we’ve been working to find the North American Premiere for Postales, we’ve also had a bit of time to travel.  A couple days after the Edinburgh Int’l Film Festival, Dan Fischer, a producer and the cinematographer of the film, traveled through Peru to catch up with the crew and cast of Postales.

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Our hope is to create a Peruvian revenue stream that goes directly to support various NGO’s in Cuzco which support street kids.  This is the first step in having the film give back to the community it came from.  Thanks for the support and enjoy the photos from our cast and crew in Peru.

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