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Dubbed in German

July 9th, 2013 · Comments Off on Dubbed in German · Building An Audience, Home Video



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Harvest on home video

September 12th, 2011 · Comments Off on Harvest on home video · Building An Audience, Distribution, Home Video

It’s been a very busy summer, and this post is overdue…
Harvest is now available everywhere in North America for home video consumption – to purchase or rent through Amazon, Blockbuster, iTunes, Netflix, Vudu, among other outlets.  Direct links below!
Spread the word to your friends!

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Radio interview with The National Defense (VFW)

September 9th, 2011 · Comments Off on Radio interview with The National Defense (VFW) · Building An Audience, Distribution, Home Video

Marc recently spoke with The National Defense, the VFW’s talk radio show, which is the only nationally syndicated talk radio show that focuses exclusively on topics concerning today’s active-duty military, veterans, and those who support them.  
There are many themes in our film, but it all centers around a WWII veteran (Robert Loggia).  Throughout our […]

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HARVEST in theaters and homes in 2011!

November 11th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Building An Audience, Distribution

We’re glad to share word that monterey media will be releasing HARVEST in 2011.  Theaters first in select cities, then DVD plus in early spring.  Thank you Variety for covering our news.
monterey media has been in business for 30 years, and will be working with us to bring our baby to audiences.  Thank you also to […]

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October 4th, 2009 · Comments Off on IF YOU BUILD IT… · Baby Boomer, Building An Audience, Distribution, Over 30 years old

Much has been said and written recently about the crisis state of the current independent film marketplace and model.  While some people are optimistic and energized by the shifting landscape, and shifting possibilities, most are uncertain about how it will all shake out, infusing a tangible anxiety into the atmosphere for all of us filmmakers.  […]

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