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An inspiring film about dance, creativity, and dirty work. 16 trash trucks, 24 performers on a abandoned airstrip Austin, TX

Austin, TX Documentary
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TRASH DANCE coming to PBS in January!

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More info coming soon.

Best, Andrew

TRASH DANCE now on iTunes!

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Hi, again, Trash Dancers

Your support has really gone far. Farther than I ever imagined.  Trash Dance has played in outdoor screenings in Durham, NC, Napa, CA, and the Port of Jaffa in Israel; festivals in Port Townsend, WA, Rockport, TX, Antigonish, Canada, and Atlanta, GA; made an impact in Warsaw; screened at Lincoln Center;  was selected to represent American culture abroad;   and actually got a raise for the truck operators in Austin!  

And now Trash Dance is available, everywhere, on iTunes! Please use any means you can to let people know.  While you are at it, please go to the iTunes site and give it a good rating.  (http://georiot.co/n7Y)  Without your initial decision to support the film, these things would never have happened.  You have helped to make this film.  Please tell your friends about Trash Dance on iTunes.

Best wishes,

Andrew

TRASH DANCE DVD Discount

Hi, Kickstarters-

"Thrilling, exuberant...sublime."  Did you see The Washington Post review of TRASH DANCE?  You can read the whole thing here. 

TRASH DANCE is now available on DVD.  As an additional "thank you" to you all, you can get the new DVD at a 20% discount for a limited time.   Click here (or trashdance.goodsie.com), follow the directions and then use the promo code, .  And yes, you may pass that promo code along to friends.

I am also selling the DVD for non-ticketed, public performance rights included--for schools, businesses, union locals, municipalities.  The higher rate for the public performance edition, tiered for different organizational budgets, is one of the few ways an independent film/DIY distributor can pay back the expenses of the film.  I am happy to explain all that to anyone who cares to hear about it.  Write to me.  But if you are a teacher or someone in public works or with a non-profit, you can get a 20% discount on the Educational/Institutional Edition by clicking on the appropriate link below.

for Universities, Businesses, Municipalities and Institutions

 for Grass Roots Organizations and Union Locals (under $400K/year)

 for K-12 Classrooms or Public Libraries

Many thanks,

Andrew Garrison

Let Them Know!

Okay I really need your help now.  We got a great review in the New York Times:  http://nyti.ms/ZRtMEr

We've got a super new trailer: http://bit.ly/TrashTrailer

But NOW I need you to tell your friends what an amazing experience this film is.  It is really the only way Trash Dance  will succeed in theatrical release.  Two more nights in New York at the reRun theater, 147 Front Street, in Brooklyn (DUMBO)

And then, Starting Friday, it comes to AUSTIN! Here is a flyer for New York and one for Austin.  Please copy them and spread the word. 

Best,

Andy

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Trash Dance opens in NY, Austin, selects cities

Hey, you all-

Many thanks again for your early and enthusiastic support for Trash Dance.    Please let all of your friends know that we are officially releasing Trash Dance theatrically and then starting downloads online.  Here is the new poster and the new trailer.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/first-theatrical-trailer-poster-trash-438721

It opens in New York April 26 for a one week ruin at the IFP reRun Theater, 147 Front street in DUMBO.  Tickets available here:   http://trashdance.eventbrite.com/

And then opens for a limited engagement in Austin starting May 3 at Violet Crown Cinema. It is a one-week engagement but can be extended.  Houston on May 17 at the 14 Pews, and other selected cities. 

The same day, May 3, we wil be making it available  for direct stream from the web site, trashdancemovie.com.  Stay tuned for news about Netflix, iTunes etc.

Andrew Garrison