Laaaadies! We’re spending Valentine’s Day with the Wellesley Asian Alliance superladies for a very special screening of YWO as part of the ACV National Tour. Whether you’re single or in a(n open) relationship, we hope to see you there. Check out the Facebook event below for more information.
Presented by Wellesley Asian Alliance
Thursday, February 14, 5:30pm
Wellesley College, PN 239
Happy new year, fans & friends! Theresa here, and what a year it’s been – we’ve crisscrossed the country with festival screenings from Hawai’i to New York, and we’ve partnered with the homeys at Cherry Sky to distribute YWO on DVD and Digital Download. On behalf of the cast and crew, thank you for helping to spread the word and promote this fun sex comedy.
I’m super-excited to announce that we’re starting 2013 with a San Francisco screening as part of the Roxie Theater’s Neighborhood Nights! Fun fact, we actually filmed the theatre scenes (where Luke and Sylvia run into Bartholomew – I mean, Gerald) inside the Roxie, so check it out and have a very META experience in the Mission.
Big thanks to our friends at the Roxie, who recently completed a successful Kickstarter Campaign. We’re honored to help launch the Roxie’s new series called Neighborhood Nights, featuring work from local-SF filmmakers. The screening will be on Wednesday, January 30 at 7:15 pm in the Big Roxie – get your tickets here. Hope to see you there!
Theresa here and I’m superexcited for this weekend’s YWO premiere in the fair town of BOSTON – home of raging tea parties, the Kennedy Clan, real clam chowder and the best American accent ever. I am trying to see if I can take a bus out there just so I can go to the Q&A and point at everybody in the audience, yelling, “Not you. Not you. And not you!” If you’re in New England -and the Pats aren’t playing until Sunday afternoon anyway!- check out the Boston Asian Film Festival for a gonzo good time:
Saturday, October 27
9:00PM, Bright Family Screening Room, The Paramount Center
559 Washington Street, Boston
(T: Boylston or Downtown Crossing)
BUY TICKETS HERE
In addition to being the home of rockbands AEROSMITH and the fahckin’ DROPKICK MURPHY’S, the city of Boston also loves itself some HP Mendoza, whose Lynchian feature film I AM A GHOST has necessitated a second screening by very popular demand. Way to go, HP!
Also, stay tuned for a very exciting November with screenings in sunny San Diego and Phillllly with cast members at BOTH events! Hells yeah!