I said I'd be sharing updates over the weeks leading up to the premiere, but I've been so busy updating things that I haven't been sharing with you.
But as we're heading into the weekend before the premiere, I want to share all the promising news.
First of all, the greatest help you can give right now is to simply like the Facebook page:
The most exciting news this week has been support coming from the French Embassy's Cultural Services department. They have posted the premiere on their website and blog and have offered to help with communication for future screenings of the film and I hope there will be many. Here is their article:
I was also lucky to have a featured article at New York in French, the largest French and Francophile social media network in New York with over 8500 members, well-targeted in that community. The article has almost 300 views in just 2 days, which appears to be more than triple any article of the last few months! So thank to all those who have read and shares, and if you haven't yet, please do! I think it explains the motivation of my technique in the film better than any of the interviews I'd previously given:
We've also been posted on the Brooklyn Heights Blog and our poster is up at the cinema itself. The name of the film should be on the marquee this weekend, and I'll be sure to grab a picture of that.
I've also started to get requests for possible further distribution of the film. And this is only based on articles, not even the actual screening yet.
And of course, if you're in New York, I would love if you could join us for the screening.
Have a great weekend! And remember to like the Facebook page!