Quick Shop has been selected to screen at the Movies at the Mill Film Festival in Easton, PA on Saturday, September 21st from 6:00-10:00 PM. I’m very excited to attend this festival as it represents the closest screening to where I live, and it’s right here in the Lehigh Valley! More information on the festival can be found on their web site:
Morgan Spurlock will be hosting a filmmaking seminar from 1:00-3:00 that afternoon, and from what I understand will also be attending the festival. Gershon Hinkson runs the festival and has quite an impressive list of movies that he has assisted in editing.
I’m really looking forward to this screening and meeting some of the other filmmakers in the Lehigh Valley. Come on out and join me if you’re in the area!
Quick Shop recently screened at the Buttered Corn on the Cob Film Festival on April 15, 2012, making its 11th film festival appearance. I also recently learned that Quick Shop will make its 12th festival showing at the Johnstown Film Festival on June 9, 2012.
It’s been a little over a year since I completed Quick Shop and I’m really happy with its festival success. Soon I’m going to look into getting Quick Shop distributed, most likely through Ouat Media in Canada where One-Day Seminar was shown on their short film television channel.
It’s been a fun ride and I’d like to thank all the cast, crew, festivals and friends who helped make it possible. I’m currently working on my next project and I’ll let everyone know when I’ve got something solid to report. Thanks!
I just updated the media page with pictures from the Roslyn Film Festival. Although Quick Shop didn’t win any awards, I had a lot of people approach me afterwards to tell me how much they enjoyed my movie. I even got to autograph one of the Quick Shop DVDs that they raffled off! I had a great time and I thank the festival for the selection.
Quick Shop is playing at the Roslyn Film Festival this Saturday, March 31st at 7:00 PM. Roslyn is located just outside of Philadelphia in Abington. More information can be found at their web site:
We are one of only seven films to be shown at the festival, and this may be the last chance you’ll get to see Quick Shop at a film festival. It’s a smaller festival but there’s the potential for 125+ people to be in attendance with a brief Q&A session afterwards…should be a good time!
So if you haven’t had a chance to see Quick Shop play in front of a live audience, I can tell you it’s an exhilarating experience. So come on out and experience it for yourself!