CURTAINS TO MAKE ITS FLORIDA PREMIERE: SEE iT AT the 2019 KEY WEST FILM FESTIVAL.

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CURTAINS will make its Florida premiere at the 2019 Key West Film Festival. CURTAINS screens on Friday, Nov. 22, as part of the festival’s World Comedy program.

All screenings will be held at the Tropic Cinema, South Florida's Art Deco-inspired retro-style movie house with state-of-the-art digital theaters located just steps from Mile Marker 0 (the end of US1).

The festival runs November 20-24. Full schedule and program tickets to be posted soon at the KWFF website at kwfilmfest.com.

CURTAINS TO SCREEN OPENING NIGHT AT SKYLINE INDIE FEST.

Excited that CURTAINS has been named an official selection for the 7th annual Skyline Indie Film Fest, a four-day festival in Winchester, VA, that will showcase 70+ feature and short films.

CURTAINS screens on opening night, Thurs., Sept. 12, at 7 PM. See highlights of this year’s amazing lineup in the festival trailer: vimeo.com/353262738

For the full schedule and tickets, go to skylineindiefilmfest.org.

CURTAINS RECEIVES JURY AWARD NOMINATIONS FOR BEST COMEDY AND BEST PERFORMANCE AT CORDILLERA INTERNATIONAL.

Proud that our film CURTAINS earned two Juried award nominations for Best Comedy and Best Performance at the 2019 Cordillera International Film Festival last week. CIFF received more than 800 entries from 78 countries, naming 130 official selections. Filmmaker teams for 80+ selections flew in to rep their projects in Reno. We feel fortunate to have met so many talented, lovely people doing great things. Congrats to all nominees and winners, and big thanks to Emily Skyle for putting on a fantastic festival. CURTAINS heads to the 25th annual San Antonio Film Festival this week: http://bit.ly/SanAntonioFF

CURTAINS TO SCREEN AT 4th CORDILLERA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL IN RENO.

CURTAINS has been named an official selection for the 4th annual Cordillera International Film Festival. The film will screen on Saturday, July 27, as the penultimate film of Short Film Program #7, a nine-film block billed by the festival as “a delightful blend of comedy, drama and a few surprises in between.”

Located in Reno-Tahoe at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Cordillera screens all official selections at a top of the line venue: the Galaxy Luxury+ IMAX Theater Complex in Sparks.

CURTAINS faced stiff competition make this year’s cut: CIFF received more than 800 entries from 78 countries for 2019. More than 80 filmmakers, screenwriters and panelists from around the globe are traveling to Reno for the festival. The Hoovers will be in the house.

Oscar-, Emmy- and Tony-award winning talent will be sharing their films and screenplays from Sundance, Tribeca, Palm Springs, SXSW and Cannes featuring stars like Marisa Tomei, Olympia Dukakis, Minnie Driver, Dominic West and Alec Baldwin.

The four-day festival runs July 25-28. See more details at ciffnv.org.

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CURTAINS SELECTED FOR STAR-STUDDED 25TH ANNUAL SAN ANTONIO FILM FESTIVAL.

CURTAINS has been named an official selection for the 25th anniversary edition of San Antonio Film Festival. The film will screen on Saturday, August 3, as the final film in the festival’s The Last Laugh Shorts Block.

In addition to more than 100 short, documentary and feature length films from around the world, the 2019 Festival will also feature its Hollywood Insider panel series, celebrity meet and greets, filmmaker socials, exclusive after parties and the annual Awards Ceremony.

Among the celebrities and artists scheduled to attend are San Antonio native and studio executive Marcia Nasatir (The Big Chill, Rocky, Apocalypse Now); Disney animator Davy Liu (The Lion King, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast); director and editor Anne Goursaud (The Outsiders, Bram Stoker’s Dracula); and A.P. Gonzalez, UCLA film professor and writer/director (The Wetback, Clay Farmers).

Cheech Marin of the comedy duo Cheech and Chong will be presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Texas Commission on the Arts for his lifelong advocacy of the Chicano Art Movement. The festival will also screen the world premiere of I Am Patrick Swayze, a tribute to the late actor featuring interviews with Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, Sam Elliott, C. Thomas Howell, Jennifer Grey, brother Don Swayze and wife Lisa Niemi.

The week-long festival runs July 30-Aug. 4 at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, a performing arts center on the famed San Antonio Riverwalk. See details and full lineup at the festival website: safilm.com.




CURTAINS NAMED OFFICIAL SELECTION FOR NOHO CINEFEST, THE FILM’S 7th L.A. SCREENING.

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“Curtains” has been named an official selection for the 2019 North Hollywood Cinefest, marking our seventh screening in LA. We’re the opening film for the Shorts 11 block, screening at 6PM on March 25.

Located in the heart of the NoHo Arts District in Los Angeles, NoHo CineFest has established itself as a premiere event for independent cinema from all over the world. More than 20 features and 90 short films will screen at the 2019 festival, which also includes press and red carpet events, parties and seminars.

The festival, now in its sixth year, runs seven days — March 20-28 — at Laemmle NoHo 7 theatres in North Hollywood. For more information and tickets, visit the festival website at www.nohocinefest.com.

CURTAINS WINS BEST COMEDY AT 15TH ANNUAL DAM SHORT FILM FESTIVAL IN BOULDER CITY.

CURTAINS had a fantastic screening for a packed house on Fri., Feb. 8, at the 15th annual Dam Short Film Festival, one of the best-run fests and most responsive audiences we’ve experienced with our film to date.

We were surprised and proud last night to be named Best Comedy for the festival, the largest in Nevada.

Honored to stand alongside the other category winners in such a high-quality program: Christopher Watson’s BAGHEERA (Best Drama); Roscoe Neil’s A SONG CAN’T BURN (Best Documentary); Ryan “Kron” Thompson’s NO LE DIGAN (Best Music Video); Steven DeGennaro’s STOP (Best Sci-Fi/Horror); Ben-Alex Dupris’ SWEETHEART DANCERS (Best Nevada Filmmaker) ; Katie Kammerer’s QUIET SUNDAYS (Best Student); Joel Pincosy’s MY PAINTBRUSH BITES (Leslie Page Award); Michael Feld’s 40 MINUTES OVER MAUI (Audience Best of the Fest); Annabel Vine’s SKIP GIRL (Best Screenplay); and Academy Award-nominee Louise Bagnall’s LATE AFTERNOON (Best Animation).

Wishing continued success to all of the filmmakers we met at DSFF 2019!

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