Harvest opens Friday, May 6th in NYC at the Quad Cinema! Showtimes are 1:00p, 3:05p, 5:15p, 7:20p, and 9:55p daily. The Quad is located in the heart of Greenwich Village at 34 West 13th Street. Click here to buy advance tickets or visit www.quadcinema.com.
April 10th, 2011 · 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 lyrics!
And here’s a recent piece in Playbill.com
April 8th, 2011 · 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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April 1st, 2011 · 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.
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March 24th, 2011 · Awards, Building An Audience, Theatrical
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 state line from KC, Missouri.
Here’s a very nice review in The Kansas City Star from Robert Butler, the leading film critic for the area — “Harvest reaps powerful emotion | 3 stars”
March 17th, 2011 · Building An Audience, Distribution, Theatrical
In Delaware, Harvest plays at Theatre N at Nemours this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. It’s Wilmington’s only independent digital film cinema showing first-run and restored classic films. And they’ve got a liquor license!
Plus, Harvest opens at The State Theater in Modesto, California this weekend. This Central Valley town sits east of San Francisco and south of Sacramento. It’s also the birthplace of filmmaker George Lucas and the inspiration for his “American Graffiti.”
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March 11th, 2011 · Building An Audience, Theatrical
CLICK HERE for info and showtimes.
March 3rd, 2011 · Building An Audience, Theatrical
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February 25th, 2011 · Building An Audience, Theatrical
We’re happy to share news of our first theatrical dates, with more coming soon. HARVEST is currently scheduled to open in cinemas in Florida, Delaware, Kansas, South Carolina, and Oregon this March into April:Cinema Paradiso (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) – March 5 Living Room Theaters (Boca Raton, FL) – March 11 Mos’Art Theatre (Lake Park, FL) – March 18 Theatre N at Nemours (Wilmington, DE) – March 18 Fine Arts Theatres – Glenwood Arts (Overland, KS) – March 25 The Peace center for the Performing Arts (Greenville, SC) – March 26 Living Room Theaters (Portland, OR) – April 1
We’ll continue to keep you posted via this site and our Facebook page. You can also always check for the latest dates & locations via our distributor Monterey Media’s own site (click here).
Please spread the word to any friends and family in these areas!
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February 21st, 2011 · Building An Audience, Distribution, Home Video
We are just starting to play some theatrical dates (stay tuned for more of those details). As well, we are preparing for our subsequent DVD and Home Video release this spring, which is why HARVEST is already listed on Netflix.
Please add HARVEST to your Netflix queue and PRE-ORDER to be the first to know when it comes out on DVD, etc. Letting Netflix know this early demand is very helpful for indies like ours. Thanks so much for the support!
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