More good news everyone! Incubator has been accepted to the Pittsburgh Horror Film Festival. This is very exciting and I can't wait to check out the Steel City (that's what it's called, right?). What I'm really excited for is William Forsythe is going to be there. He's one of my favorite actors so hopefully I can shake his hand and thank him for being a total bad ass. Be sure to check out more information on this festival by visiting www.PittsburghHorrorFilms.com
I am very happy to announce that INCUBATOR has been accepted to its first film festival: The Tulsa International Film Festival. I can't wait to head down to Oklahoma this September to check it out. What's really exciting is the Tulsa Film Festival is host to a "Nightmare Division" which is strictly for horror and genre films. Should be a real blast. Be sure to read all about it at www.oklahomahorrorfilmfest.com.
Huge news everyone! Our latest film, THE HOUSE IN WINDSOR has been selected in the the Starz Denver Film Festival. This is such an honor and really exciting for all of us. Annie and I went to the film festival every year during film school and now it's great to have our movie play in it. As far as I know, there are two screenings planned where you can catch THE HOUSE IN WINDSOR.
The film is a part of the "Black and White and Red All Over," a really cool showcase for Colorado films. There will be two showings: Sunday, November 07, at 7:15 PM and Tuesday, November 09, at 9:30 PM. I've also been told there will be another screening at 4:00pm at some point during the week, but I'm not sure of the specifics.
Tickets are on sale now, so if you want to come down, hang out and meet some of the people involved in the film, head over to DenverFilm.org for more details.
See you there!
This is a follow up blog post. I'm not sure what this means.