At long last the "Home is" t-shirts are moving into production based on wonderful sketches by Devin Burgess. We'll be starting with just two designs and hopefully doing lots more but I want your help selecting your favorite two sketches to begin with!
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We are pleased to announce that the World Premier of Starboard Light will be held at the Chatham Orpheum Theater on Cape Cod July 11th-July 17th! The week-long premier will include 12pm and 5:30pm daily showtimes, and the opportunity to buy tickets in advance online, or at the theater (see below).
A preliminary cut of the film screened to a sold out audience at the Chatham Orpheum Theater in November 2013 (see photo), sparking a buzz that's led, not only to a Chatham Premier, but the promise of future screenings across the United States.
Your financial support not only made this moment, and the production of Starboard Light possible, but allowed my team and I the artistic freedom to preserve quintessential pieces of American culture for domestic and international audiences alike. For that, we are eternally grateful and would like to thank you for your support. We hope that you'll be able to make it to one of the screenings July 11-17.The July 12 @ 5:30pm and July 13 @ 5:30pm screenings will be followed by a Q&A with me, the director, so that I can thank you in person!
We are also happy to report that we are in the process of compiling your rewards for backing the film! You can expect more updates on the status of your rewards in the coming weeks. Once again, thank you for your support, and for bringing Starboard Light to life!
Tickets are available at the link below as well as at the box office (637 Main Street, Chatham, MA) everyday after 12pm.
Whether you're a resident of Chatham, or on vacation enjoying the sites and sounds of Cape Cod, Starboard Light is a must see, evoking the question, "does a family make a house? or does a house make a family?"
Through the integration of old home video footage, archive photographs, recordings, and stories, Starboard Light is an opportunity to contextualize the history and small town charm in Chatham that attracts more and more residents and visitors every year.