Here’s the latest Analog is Not Dead Film Festival Festival Update. Good news to report is that our short eight minute documentary about analog recording has now been accepted into three festivals – Snohomish Film Festival on September 18th, Gig Harbor Film Festival on the weekend of September 23rd and Sandpoint Film Festival on November 20th.
This short film is the first release for the Road to Record documentary project and we are excited to be a part of the early fall festival run. There are still three additional festivals that we hope to hear from between now and October 15th. These include Paonia, Colorado, Twin Falls, Idaho and Local Sightings Pacific Northwest in Seattle.
So we are off to the film fest races in September and are now working on a trailer, artwork, bios, one sheets, travel plans, PR and the continual sponsor search. It’s been a crazy time, but very inspiring and exciting to be out there with this short film while still working on the Road to Record book and documentary.
We hope you’ll join us at one of these festivals in September. And if you can make it, please let us know so we can connect and get to see you.
Special thanks goes out engineers Tom Hall, Pat Sample, Larry Anschell, and Chris Mara; composers Dwayne Parsons and Michael Lewis, polish editor Chris Colton and advocate Kevin Boyd. These people have been such great joy to work with. Without them, the Analog is Not Dead film would not be where it is today.
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