Spokane International Film Festival

Here’s a little secret I’ve been keeping for a few months.  The “Historic Camping & Teardrop Trailer” film is making its silver-screen debut as a featured documentary the 2012 Spokane International Film Festival!

Needless to say, I am pretty stoked that the film was accepted out of all the worthy applicants (only 30 films are chosen out of hundreds) and along side films that are featured at the Sundance Film Festival.  In fact, I’m finishing a special edit of the film just for the festival.  So if you think you’ve already seen it, think again.

The film is showing at the Magic Lantern Theater in Spokane, WA at 6:45pm on February 1, 2012.  Tickets are $8.

The SPIFF (Spokane International Film Festival) website.

To coincide with the public debut of the film, I have finished a short Making Of Video.  You’ll see Landon (cinematography) and I in all of our manly glory talking about this project.

My many thanks for those who have supported this project.  I cannot believe how far it has gone and how many schools are benefiting from your benevolence.

Here’s the film preview:

Here’s the Making Of Film:

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