As you may have heard, I’ve been working on a documentary film for the past 18 months with Sal Zerilli, Matt Bradley.
I’m writing to share some news about the film, and to ask you for a little bit of help getting the word out…
The news…The film’s title is Maritime Capsules: A Dory Story. It tells the story of the Grand Banks dory from the heyday of high-lining schooners to the current group of locals who sustain the ancient rowboat as a symbolically important part of Gloucester’s maritime culture.
A “rough cut” of the film is showing this upcoming Sunday, November 18 at 6p as part of the 5th Annual Cape Ann Film Festival. The film will screen at the Cape Ann Community Cinema in Gloucester. The address is 21 Main Street.
• Tickets will be available at the door. Tickets can also be purchased here: http://capeanncinema.wordpress.com/advance-tickets/
Here’s a 67 second film trailer:
The help…Can you please help us share news of the film’s screening with as many people as possible? You can do this by (a) posting the link to the trailer on your FB page and (b) forwarding this email to anyone you think might have an interest in seeing it.
Any help you give is greatly appreciated. We’ll use proceeds from this Sunday’s screening to put the finishing touches on the film.
As always, thanks for your support!
Hope you’re doing great.
Matt, Sal, and Keith
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