Friday, March 28, 2008


Thanks to those of you who have responded so enthusiastically to our call for private screenings.


Brooklyn Loft - April - Molly Conners, Producer of the Sundance Jury Prize winning FROZEN RIVER (also starring Melissa Leo)
DigiFlicks - world premiere of their movie channel, thanks Ron Aberdeen
FilmLounge - London - thanks Christopher Joseph
Children's Media Project - Poughkeepsie, NY - Thanks Nicole and Maria
Manhattan Plaza Community Room - NYC, Thanks Perla de Leon
Backyard in New Jersey - Thanks Cathrine Evans
Maryland - Thanks Justin R. H. Schoenfelder
Fisher Film Festival - Suny Sullivan, NY, Thanks Scott Healey
Tribeca Community Center, Manhattan Youth Org., Thanks Maria Reidelbach
TABLA RASA Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Thanks Audrey Frank Anastasi and Joseph Anastasi


Thursday, March 27, 2008


RACING DAYLIGHT starring Melissa Leo, Academy Award nominee David Strathairn, Jason Downs, Giancarlo Esposito, Sabrina Lloyd, and LeClanche Durand. 3 short films tell one story in two different time periods. A quirky ghost story, murder mystery, a love story which crosses time. what happens when time collides?

In an effort to grow our grassroots audience for a 2008 dvd launch, we will hold screenings in living rooms, community centers, libraries, etc ... worldwide. We will send you a dvd with postage paid return if you will host a screening of 20 or more people; potluck, big screen tv, on a sheet in the yard, anyway you like to watch movies. In return all we ask is that you gather at least 20 working email addresses for our sales list and any interesting comments we can post on our viewer response page.

We will also be available(director, producer, cast, and key crew members pending availability), for post screening q&a(s) either in person, if we can drive there, or by phone (we will pay the charges).

Please drop us a line at if interested, so we can add you to our map. Power to the people!

Sunday, March 23, 2008


Thanks to Thomas Baker Ph.D. and the Accolade organization for giving RACING DAYLIGHT an Accolade Award of Excellence. We are honored that you responded to our film in this way.

We have heard that our film is 'soft' ... 'not edgy' by industry standards, and to these comments I say "YES!". Our film is intentional. Soft as opposed to hard, round as opposed to edgy, hm ... sounds female to me.

Friday, March 7, 2008