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A short musical film of woolly cosmic nonsense set to Bach's "Sheep May Safely Graze."
A Bit of Cosmic Nonsense set to Bach's "Sheep May Safely Graze"
A Bit of Cosmic Nonsense set to Bach's "Sheep May Safely Graze"
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Ewe Topia Update: 10x10 Upstreet Winter Arts


Dear Sheeple,

In what is likely to be its last venue on the festival circuit, Ewe Topia will be shown on Thurs Feb 16 at the 10x10 Upstreet Winter Arts Fest in Pittsfield, MA. 8:30 pm. The screen is big. The projection is beautiful. The sheep are woolly. What more could you ask for?



Ewe Topia Update: Made in the Berkshires

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Dear Sheeple,

Our little movie is going to be screened at another local festival: Made in the Berkshires — which features the finest in film, dance, music and whatnot made within a small radius. Below are the vital specs. Ewe Topia will be the first film shown in a block of shorts.

P.S. 2 more festivals are on their way. Stay tewned!

Sun Nov 13, 2016
4pm Colonial Theatre
111 South Street
Pittsfield, MA

Program Schedule


Ewe Topia Update: We're in Toronto


Dear Sheeple,

I am pleased to inform you that Ewe Topia will be screened at the Toronto Independent Film Festival which runs September 8-17. The exact date and time for the screening is not available yet, but I'll let you know. 

By the way, if some of you are thinking of emigrating to Canada in the near future (for an unspecified orange-skinned reason), this is a perfect excuse to get a sneak preview of our friendly Neighbor to the North.

Thanks to all of ewe once again! (I would end this letter with "eh?" but that would be stating the obvious.)



Ewe Topia Update: Berkshire Film Fest Dates


 Dear Sheeple,

Here are the crucial details on the Ewe Topia screening at the Berkshire International Film Festival. Hope to see ewe there!Ben

Ewe Topia will be shown in the "Shorts #1" program

Friday June 3
11:45am Triplex No.3, Great Barrington, MA

Saturday June 4 11:30am Beacon No. 1, Pittsfield, MA

Saturday June 4
4:00pm Triplex No.3, Great Barrington, MA

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Ewe Topia Update: We're Back Home in the Berkshires


Dear Sheeple,

I am pleased to announce that Ewe Topia has been accepted by the renowned Berkshire International Film Festival. We're home! The BIFF, as it's called, takes place just a few miles from where Ewe Topia was shot in the Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts. The fest takes place from June 2-5. Details to follow.

Of course, being a dyed-in-the-wool Berkshirite didn't hurt as far as judging goes. And if things went the other way, the BIFF judges just might have found a flock of nasty sheep knocking at their doors ready to riot. (Legal fees paid for, naturally.) Just sayin.