Potter's Field screens in Michigan! Featured on "That Post Show"

We are excited to announce that Potter's Field will hit the theaters again as part of the Myrtle Beach International Film Festival, only this time in Michigan! And on the publicity front, writer/director Brad Crowe just finished doing an interview on "That Post Show" for their weekly podcast on filmmakers in the industry!

MBIFF 2.0
The Myrtle Beach International Film Festival, through a joint partnership with the "Moore Theatre" chain, has singled out a handful of its 2012 films to screen at three Michigan theaters in late October and Potter's Field was one of them! The screening details are as follows:

Michigan Theater
Sunday, October 28th, 2012, 1:00 PM (MBIFF Selection #9)
210 Center St. South Haven, MI 49090
M-89 Theater (Otsego, MI)
Sunday, October 28th, 2012, 1:00 PM (MBIFF Selection #9)
Cross Oaks Mall, Otsego, MI 49080
Wonderland Cinema
Sunday, November 4th, 2012, 1:00PM
402 N. Front Street, Niles, MI 49120


A big shout out to the Moore Theatres and the Myrtle Beach International Film Festival! We are humbled, honored, and excited to bring some dark comedy to the Midwest!

For more information, please visit www.mooretheatres.com

THAT POST SHOW
If you are a fan of podcasts, you have almost certainly heard of "That Post Show," and if you haven't, it's about time you tuned in! As one of the more highly regarded podcasts on filmmaking out there, "That Post Show" thrives at providing a "roundtable discussion with industry experts about the art and science of video, film and post production."

Hosted by the always entertaining Kanen Flowers, writer/director Brad Crowe was invited to sit down (actually, the interview took place over Skype) with Kanen to discuss the making of Potter's Field. It was an absolute honor to be part of the show and we hope to be back in the future!

Click Here for the episode "Potter's Crowe" (8/14/12)

 
Big Island Film Festival!

Potter's Field is an official selection of the 7th annual Big Island Film Festival!

Selected by MovieMaker Magazine as one of the "Top 25 Coolest Film Festivals" and "Twenty Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee."

The film will screen at the luxurious Fairmont Orchid amphitheater on the Big Island of Hawaii!
Big Island Film Festival (May 24th - 28th)
"Potter's Field" Screening: Sunday, May 27th, 2012, 2:15PM
The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii (One North Kaniku Drive, Kohala Coast, Hawaii 96743)
As the second biggest film festival in Hawaii, the Big Island Film Festival specifically aims to "celebrate the narrative filmmaker" through a series of screenings, symposiums and auctions - all wrapped in a spirit of Aloha!

The Big Island Film Festival, on the famed Kohala Coast of Hawaii, boasts world class resorts, great beaches and terrific weather and is ranked by MovieMaker Magazine as one of the "25 Coolest Film Festivals" (2009), one of "Twenty Festivals Worth the Entry Fee" (2007) as well as one of "25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee" (2010).

This year BIFF will be honoring David James Elliott (JAG) and Eloise Mumford (The River, Crash), who will appear in person at a special "Meet the Stars" gala. In addition, the "Best of Fest" concert will feature the the musical group "Kohala" along with Grammy award-winning producer Charles Michael Brotman, whose song "Hapuna Sunset" was recently featured on The Decendants soundtrack.

We are incredibly humbled and honored to be playing at the Big Island Film Festival. If you happen to be on (or even remotely close to) the Big Island, be sure to check it out!
 
Myrtle Beach International Film Festival!

Potter's Field is an official selection of the 7th annual Myrtle Beach International Film Festival!

"One of the Top 25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee" - MovieMaker Magazine


The film will screen at the Carmike Cinema 16 Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina!
Myrtle Beach International Film Festival (April 20th - 28th)
"Potter's Field" Screening: Saturday, Apr 28th, 2012, 2:30PM
Carmike Cinema 16 Broadway at the Beach (1175 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577)
The Myrtle Beach International Film Festival is truly an independent film festival, providing an outlet for projects that represent the independent film maker, their vision, views, and artistic interpretation. They pride themselves in assessing each project, not based on its political undertones or lack thereof, but in their technical and artistic value, uniqueness and style.

In addition to being selected by MovieMaker Magazine as "One of the Top 25 Festivals Worth the Entry Fee," this festival has the added bonus of taking place in Myrtle Beach! One of the most beautiful and desired loations in the United States! (not to mention where my wife used to live!)

So get your grits and she-crab soup on and head down to the #3 best boardwalk in the nation (according to National Geographic) for some films you definitely wont want to miss!
 
Potter's Field wins "Best Dark Comedy" at the International Student Film Festival Hollywood!

Potter's Field won "Best Dark Comedy" at the International Student Film Festival Hollywood!

Potter's Field won "Best Dark Comedy" at the International Student Film Festival Hollywood!

We are thrilled by this incredible recognition (especially considering it was given by Ed Asner himself!) and are very thankful to everyone who worked so tirelessly to make this festival possible.
Congratulations to all of the other honored filmmakers. It was truly a night I will never forget!
 
International Student Film Festival Hollywood!

Potter's Field is an official selection of the 9th annual International Student Film Festival Hollywood!

 

The film will screen at the historic Beverly Garland Holiday Inn in the NOHO Arts District of North Hollywood!
International Student Film Festival Hollywood (November 5th - 6th)
"Potter's Field" Screening: Saturday, Nov 5th, 2011, 4:45PM
Beverly Garland Holiday Inn (4222 Vineland Ave. North Hollywood, CA 91602)
The International Student Film Festival Hollywood's mission is to offer a forum for student filmmakers around the world to showcase their films in Hollywood and bring worldwide attention to their unique talent and artistic vision.

This year ISFFH will be honoring Ed Asner (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Lou Grant, and Up among many others) with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the ISFFH awards gala, where he will talk to the student filmmakers about the secrets to a successful career in showbusiness (and after his career, we will certainly be taking notes!)

We are excited to once again be playing in Los Angeles and hope you can join us at the screening!
 
Potter's Field in Review!

I am thrilled to announce that after playing a number of festivals around the country, Potter's Field has it's first reviews and they are FANTASTIC!

Film Threat Review of Potter's Field by Mark Bell

Film Threat is an incredibly well respected film site that does reviews of both recently released Hollywood films and independent productions. They keep a close eye on the festival circuit and offer up to date news on all the latest happenings in the film markets around the country. We are especially priviledged to have Mark Bell, the owner and editor-in-chief of Film Threat, review our film. He gave us five stars, which is quite impressive considering that he averages around 2-3 stars on his other reviews (not an easy grader by any means!) Most satisfying of all though, is how he really got exactly what we were going for. I honestly could not have written a better review myself!

Man, I Love Films Review of Potter's Field by Kai Parker

Man, I Love Films is a website I recently became aware of, and it's tremendous fun. A bit more campy than Film Threat, Man I Love Films does reviews, blogs, top 10 lists, and seasonal write-ups with articles like "Kai's Top 10 Gory Movie Moments." Again, we were very privileged to have Kai Parker review our film (he's the co-founder of the website) after seeing Potter's Field at the Temecula Valley International Film Festival.

Temecula Patch Review of Potter's Field by Jacqui Dobens

Temecula Patch is Temecula, CA's online newspaper, providing the community with news, reviews, events, and op-ed articles. Jaacqui Dobens likened the Temecula Valley International Film Festival to a buffet and we are certainly glad she like the portion we had at the table!

Here's hoping these are the first of many favorable reviews to come our way! Major congratulations to all the cast and crew who worked so tirelessly on this film. My hat goes off to you all!

 
Poppy Jasper Film Festival!
Potter's Field is an official selection of the 8th annual Poppy Jasper Film Festival!

MovieMaker Magazine states this as "one of the top 25" festivals for bringing filmmakers and movie industry professionals together in a warm, friendly environment!


The film will screen not once but twice at the CineLux Theaters in beautiful Morgan Hill, California!
Poppy Jasper Film Festival (October 13th - 16th)
First "Potter's Field" Screening: Friday, Oct 14th, 2011, 5PM
Second "Potter's Field" Screening: Saturday, Oct 15th, 2011, 1PM
Note: "Potter's Field" plays in "Reel 8" of the program
CineLux Theaters, Tennant Station Shopping Center (750 Tennant Station Way, Morgan Hill, CA 95037)
The Poppy Jasper Film Festival's mission is to showcase emerging independent short films in an intimate setting,in addition to exposing new filmmakers to seasoned industry professionals. Not to mention, it is the only home of the rare, semi-precious gemstone (the "poppy jasper") noted for its red and yellow "orbs" on a field of black or white.

Poppy Jasper has honored a number of notable film professionals in the past (John Bruno - Special Effects, The Terminator, True Lies, Titanic and Victor Miller - Writer, Friday the 13th, among many others). This year, cinematographer Vance Piper will be doing the keynote speech (he has worked on over 50 movies including The Terminator, Forrest Gump, and Avatar) where he will discuss techniques, ideas, and lessons learned during his career.
We are incredibly honored to play this festival and who knows, we might just find the elusive Poppy Jasper gemstone!
 


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