Saltwater Buddha played under the stars at Maui Film Festival last week to an audience of more than 1500 people with the added treat of watching the film Mad Dogs before and the film It Ain't Pretty afterwards.
Jaimal and I were the luckiest filmmakers to be able to spend quality time with our friends and family showcasing the film we have all worked so hard to make and release.
As parents, as well as having a multitude of other responsibilities, the production of Saltwater Buddha, is, was and will continue to be a labor of love. We have been paid in full with love, kindness, patience and acceptance. The entire crew saw the same vision and worked together to make the images, voices and (beautiful) music.
To you and all our supporters of this crazy journey that is independent filmmaking, we are truly grateful. We look forward to sharing the film and more with you as we continue to screen and attend festivals.
You can keep up with our screenings at saltwaterbuddha.org. Our next one is June 30 at the Balboa Theater in San Francisco. More information available here ... http://www.cinemasf.com/balboa/
If you donated at certain levels, with tickets included AND you RSVP'd, your 2 tickets will be at Will Call under the name in which you stated in your Kickstarter donation.
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Thank you again from the bottom of our hearts and ocean ... be kind to yourself and one another.
The SWB Team!