Not only are we
screening in the East Village on August 19, we’ve just been invited to screen in the Mission at the San Francisco Frozen Film Festival:
SATURDAY, JULY 19 @ 7:20 PM
3117 16th Street (at Valencia)
San Francisco, CA 94103
I submitted to this one on a whim, at 9pm on the last day of the extended submission deadline. I just had a good feeling — it’s in my hometown, where All Ages is set, they have a music video/skate film bent, and the poster kicks ass. (Other festivals take note: I’m judging you by your graphic design.)
Buy your tickets now!
I’ll be there, obviously. We can go get a burrito after. Or an
artisanal cheese flight.
All this time, I’ve resisted showing the movie to my New York friends, saying “I’m hoping to screen in New York….” “I’d really like to screen in New York….” “
Maybe we’ll screen in New York….”
Guess what? It’s finally happening.
NewFilmmakers New York has invited All Ages to be part of their Summer 2014 Screening Series :
TUESDAY, AUGUST 19 @ 6PM
Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Avenue (at 2nd St)
New York, NY 10003
The lovely Melia Renee and
her new hair plan to attend. I’ll be there too. Maybe we’ll all go to Veselka afterward?
1. Here’s me with the mayor of Chinatown. Or the mayor of a Chinese restaurant?
2. Just a lil portrait I shot UTILIZING AVAILABLE LIGHT.
3. Srsly, MK.
4. Can’t recommend
this place highly enough.
5. Man did that badge make me feel like a rockstar. (The skinny mirror in our hotel room didn’t hurt either.)
This lovely filmmaker invited a gaggle of us over last night for (Canadian) Thanksgiving dinner.
Her house was so fantastic I couldn’t resist taking a few photos….
Here’s me in front of an enormous painting of a pear bum.
That’s the Canadian word for “butt.”
I was racing to meet a deadline for the
Camerimage festival this afternoon and my printer decided to go all punk rock on me.
At least it’s in the spirit of the movie.
All Ages is screening at the
Vancouver Int’l Film Festival on Oct 7 + 10. Click here to get the dets + buy tickets!
Oct 10 is Canadian Thanksgiving, but I know you guys don’t care about that silly borrowed-from-the-US holiday anyway.
Come see the movie and spend your day off with me and Ricky (aka H-town) and Jon, my adorbs director of photography, who happens to have a tattoo of Long Island on his bicep (WHAAAAAAAT?)!
Danièle Watts and Melia Renee in All Ages)
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I just got an email from Sam Newton ( the one in the kilt).
Sam is alive and well– Okay, I didn’t actually
ask if he was well. I was so blown away. But he’s alive, and he lives in Vancouver, which means he’s coming to see All Ages on the big screen at the Vancouver Int’l Film Festival!
(I promise to post all the
VIFF info here the instant I’ve got it. I know some of you Cloyne ppl have been blowing up their site.)
A word of warning to you, Sam:
I put the guy playing
Dan in a tutu (or, rather, a crinoline), inspired by the costumes I remember you wearing onstage. But his hair was inspired by Les Claypool.
Hope you don’t mind.
Bobby Gold, Neil Mallick, Zak Kilberg and Ace Gibson on set for All Ages)
My sister and brother-in-law went to Berkeley with the
Blüchunks boys. (15 years before I met my husband — How weird is that?)
These photos were taken at
Cloyne Hall circa 1988 or 89.
Christian basically never had his shirt on.
When I was a senior in high school, my best friend and I were obsessed with Christian, the lead guitarist from
Blüchunks (pictured fourth from left).
Clearly I had to make a movie about him.
A movie about the night we tried to meet him.