We had a great turnout at the Santa Clara University screening this evening, with nearly 120 people showing up on a Wednesday evening at Daly Science Center, Room 206. Big thanks go out to Barbara Molony, History Department chair at SCU, for organizing this event. Like at the UCSF screening, the demographic among the crowd was broad: students, extras in the movie, family, friends and people who heard about it in our articles in the various Bay Area newspapers. Thanks for coming out!
Yesterday, we received shipment of our official Autumn Gem DVDs. Now on sale at screenings (soon to be available for purchase online), these DVDs have the exact same cut of the film that we’re showing at our screenings. There have been seventeen cuts between the initial rough cut we made in October, 2008, to the final cut today. Special features include storyboards, production stills, and behind-the-scenes photos.
Here are some photos from the Santa Clara screening. Next stop for us is The University of Wisconsin-Madison. Check our screenings page for our complete October Midwest/East Coast tour dates. 16 cities in 25 days. Sounds like a MPG rating for a car!
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I very much enjoyed watching this film. I’m hoping to take my family to see it on January 9th.