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 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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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.