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When in Germany/Austria/Switzerland…

June 21st, 2013 · Comments Off on When in Germany/Austria/Switzerland… · Distribution, Home Video, Theatrical

HARVEST is EIN LETZTER SOMMER, aka ONE LAST SUMMER.

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Moving Pictures review

June 21st, 2011 · 1 Comment · Baby Boomer, Building An Audience, Press, Theatrical

And here is a very nice review by Amy R. Handler for Moving Pictures Magazine, calling HARVEST “the most elegantly written, sensitively portrayed movie so far this year.  Powerful and life-affirming, it is a film that no adult can afford to miss.”  Click here for the full review!

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this week some more openings

June 7th, 2011 · Comments Off on this week some more openings · Theatrical

HARVEST was held over at the Village 8 in Louisville, KY, again playing this past weekend.  Current showtimes run through Thursday, June 9.
HARVEST is also opening this week at the Nantucket Atheneum, The Dairy Center for the Arts in Boulder, and at the City Cinema in Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island.
It also opens later this […]

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Memorial Weekend Openings

May 27th, 2011 · Comments Off on Memorial Weekend Openings · Building An Audience, Theatrical

HARVEST opens Memorial Weekend in KY, FL, and two more cinemas in the NY Metro area!  Click for more details: Village 8 Theaters in Louisville, KY, Tropic Cinema in Key West, FL, Malverne Cinema 4 in Malverne, NY (Nassau County), and Kew Gardens Cinemas in Kew Gardens, NY (Queens)

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NYT Critics’ Pick!

May 6th, 2011 · Comments Off on NYT Critics’ Pick! · Building An Audience, Theatrical

Thank you Stephen Holden for this beautiful and thoughtful review!
Showtimes at The Quad continue all week – 1p, 3:05p, 5:15p, 7:20p, 9:55p.

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Duncan Sheik & David Poe: music from the motion picture HARVEST

April 10th, 2011 · 4 Comments · Building An Audience, Music, Theatrical

“Duncan Sheik & David Poe: music from the motion picture HARVEST” is now available on iTunes and all other digital platforms — released Tuesday, May 3rd!  This is an original acoustic album, inspired by and written for the film.
Click here to buy the music on iTunes, which includes a digital booklet with all the original […]

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Save the date!

April 8th, 2011 · Comments Off on Save the date! · Building An Audience, Theatrical

HARVEST will open theatrically in NYC at the Quad Cinema on Friday, May 6th.  More information soon!

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Held over, and more cities

April 1st, 2011 · Comments Off on Held over, and more cities · Distribution, Theatrical

After a great opening weekend in Kansas City, HARVEST is holding over for another week. It moves over to the historic art deco Rio Theater, also part of the Fine Art Theatre group.
We also open at the Living Room Theaters in Portland, OR, and in Western New York at The Screening Room in Amherst […]

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Opening in Greater Kansas City

March 24th, 2011 · Comments Off on Opening in Greater Kansas City · Awards, Building An Audience, Theatrical

Kansas City has a great appetite for BBQ, sports, and independent film, and we’re thrilled to be returning to KC with HARVEST.
We were there in October at the Kansas Int’l Film Festival where HARVEST won an Audience Award.
HARVEST opens Friday, March 25 at the Glenwood Arts Theatre in Overland Park, KS, right across the […]

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Harvest held over, plus more cities

March 17th, 2011 · Comments Off on Harvest held over, plus more cities · Building An Audience, Distribution, Theatrical

Harvest is holding over for another week at the Living Room Theaters in Boca Raton, FL and also opening this weekend just north of West Palm Beach at the Mos’Art Theater in Lake Park!
In Delaware, Harvest plays at Theatre N at Nemours this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.  It’s Wilmington’s only independent digital film cinema showing […]

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