Dances with Aftermath
Over the weekend, as you might have heard, we had our big Los Angeles premiere at Dances with Films. It was great! We had a big crowd – way bigger than the festival had anticipated! – and everyone seemed to have a great time during and after the flick.
I’ll tell you, it was really something watching it up on that big screen in the cultural center of Hollywood. While we are still VERY small fish in a gigantic ocean out here, it still felt like quite the accomplishment. And very gratifying to see the turnout. Honestly, a big heartfelt and sincere thank you to everyone who came out – and stayed up for – the screening. Seeing Love in the Time of Monsters play for an audience reminds me why I got into this racket in the first place.
If you head on over the Facebook page, you can see some pictures that Andy put up of the cast and crew hanging around and enjoying the green carpet.
Also, after the movie we did a QnA with the audience and we caught on tape (or whatever the digital equivalent to that is). So I tossed it into the ol’Editbox and then threw it up on the youtube for everyone to get a taste of what it’s like to see TBC and company in action after a screening. So if you want to hear the true horror stories from the set and have 11 minutes or so, you should give it a watch!
Finally, I just want to give a special thanks to Dances with Films for giving us the opportunity to have a hometown screening. It was a great time and a fantastic festival. Here’s hoping we’ll be back with another one!