Our little documentary that could hits the road

Happy Hispanic Heritage Month!

Thanks for the support you’ve given my weird project where we resurrected a long lost opera and made a funny documentary film about the adventure.

In the next few weeks our little documentary that could will be shown at 5 film festivals from coast to coast. (This is kind of a big deal for me and I’m a little nervous about it.)

Here’s the full list of September screenings:

San Francisco Latino Film Festival – Saturday, Sept 16
Nederland Film Festival, Colorado – Saturday, Sept 16
Tulipanes Latino Art & Film Festival, Michigan – Thursday, Sept 21
Georgia Latino Film Festival, Atlanta – Sunday, Sept 24
Boston Latino Film Festival – Friday, Sept 29

I’ll be at the San Francisco, Boston and Michigan screenings in person to do Q&As after the film, the first time I’ve hit the road with a film. Please consider forwarding info about these screenings to anybody that you know in these cities who you think might be interested! Just send them to andinalives.com/screenings where they can watch a trailer video and buy tickets.

What else is going on?

Matching up some Qs with some As on a post-screening panel

I also want to thank everybody who came out to see Tristan Hanson and I’s other new documentary film Blueprint for Bronzeville at its world premiere at the Gene Siskel Film Center’s Black Harvest Film Center in Chicago. (Wow, that was a long sentence!) We had a ton of fun and we’re already looking forward to future screenings of this important film about affordable housing in segregated neighborhoods.

Until next time,

P.S. – If you have other ideas about where to screen either film, just contact us and we’ll try to make it happen 😉