Well, it's been a couple of years since we finished A Place to Stand and a few months since we released it into the world. What's new?
First, and most importantly, WE'RE NOW GIVING THE FILM AWAY FOR FREE TO ANYONE WHO WILL COMMIT TO A SCREENING IN A PRISON OR DETENTION CENTER. Yes, that's right, if an organization or an individual or an institution commits to screening the film on the inside, we'll give them a free DVD. So please tell anyone you know who might be interested in this opportunity! Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll make it happen. (Important: This is only for prisons and jails. For any settings outside of prisons - schools, community centers, etc - you'll have to go through our educational distributor, The Video Project, here: http://www.videoproject.com/a-place-to-stand.html.)
Beyond that cool news, we had a surprise selection to one final film festival - Awareness Film Festival in LA. This will be the last time (for a while, at least) you'll be able to see the film in a theater. So if you're in LA on October 11th, please come out! And please tell your friends. Here's the link for tickets: awarenessfestival.org/screening/a-place-to-stand/.
Thanks again for all of your help. The film continues to get a great response and we're very proud of all it's done so far.
With Continued Gratitude,