Update on our film

Just got this mail from the Red Hook Film Festival:

Hi Danny – Just a quick update – we are planning to open the Red Hook Film Festival with your film! (Red Hook-A portrait of Tommy Kane). It will screen on Saturday October 15th at 1pm in our opening block.

The schedule is up at our myspace page right now, and will be on the website tomorrow.

Our MySpace page:

This year’s festival will take place on October 15th and 16th, 2011 at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition (BWAC) screening room, which is located at 499 Van Brunt Street, Red Hook, Brooklyn, 11231. That’s at the very end of Van Brunt Street, across from the Fairway Supermarket.

Jack and I invite everyone who can make it to Brooklyn to the Festival. It should be a blast!

18 Comments

  1. Tina

    C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S from Stockholm!!!

    You 2 are the best!!

    Wish I could come!!!

    I´m so happy for you, having done such outstanding films- GOOD FOR U!!!

  2. bluegirldiaries

    Congrats from France!
    I am sooooo excited for you two. Do shoot some video of the Festival will you?
    XO
    Gabriella

  3. Beverley McKenzie

    Wow how brilliant. I wish I too could be there with you celebrating. Have a great time you deserve it. Beverley, UK

  4. Ella

    This is so well deserved. My husband and I loved both “Red Hook” and “To El and Back”. They show so much energy and attention to detail. MOAR, PLEAZ :-)!

  5. Cecile

    Well done! Congrats from Luxembourg.

    I have a feeling this will be the start of a wonderful career in film. Bravi!

    Cecile

  6. Ruca

    Congratulations from Portugal! I would love to attend but it’s a little too far for me to swim.

  7. Dee

    What a great compliment to you all. I’ve loved all three of the films, and the most recent one sent chills over me when I saw the finished work that your friend did. I believe they will be an encouragement to all who see them as inspiration for both sketching and film making. You’re the tops!

  8. Cheryl

    Congrats, Danny! That one is my favorite of your 7D films so far. My husband, Dan also recently purchased the same camera, so I’ve been sharing your work with him. It’s great to be able to learn from one another…..so thanks for sharing.
    If you are curious to see another guy’s adventures with the 7D, you can see some of Dan’s latest here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQyWPEseMCg&sns=em
    And here: http://vimeo.com/user856734/videos/sort:date
    Hope the festival is a blast!

  9. Linda G.

    Congratulations Danny and Jack! Wish I could zip over from the Twin Cities see the festivities. What a little gem you have created….right from the start one can tell it’s an award winner. I’m so glad you’re getting this recognition. Enjoy the accolades!

  10. elena

    Congratulations from Hawaii. I look forward to seeing more of your work, as you continue to inspire us all.

  11. Melva Bates

    Great work, congratulations from Spain.

  12. Donna Jeanne Koepp

    Congrats from Nevada!! That is a great way to compliment the film. I love all three of your recent films and share them whenever I think of someone who would appreciate them.

  13. even sketchier

    Congratulations! Keep the films coming! Love ‘em.

  14. monteiro.hf

    Congratulations!

  15. Carol

    So what happened at the Red Hook Festival?!

  16. margriet nota

    Since a year I follow your blog. Like it very much. Especially the films.
    Greatings from the Netherlands.

  17. Fran

    thisis a great film. I love it and got to really get a good look at the illustration on flickr. Very talented guy and good sense of humor:)

  18. Jim Bumgarner

    Congratulations! I, too, wish I could be there to witness the showing and the events surrounding. I love this little film and have it linked on one of my blogs for readers to find. It serves as a terrific inspirational intro as well, to our group of sketchers who head out a time or two each month to record our environs: http://509urbansketchers.blogspot.com

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