In May we had a grand time hosting a Wicked Delicate spring showcase (and calling it a gala) at Anthology Film Archives in NYC. The gala featured previews of some works in progress – including Bluespace, Project Dad, Positively Beautiful, and The Search for General Tso – and a screening of Amanda Murray’s short film WORLD FAIR, fresh from its premiere at IFFBoston. It was especially fun to have several characters from that film in attendance – Hi Helene, Stanley, Jim, and Seymour! – along with a lot of folks from near and far who make our work possible. Thanks to all the friends, family, and filmmaking partners who came. Here are a few highlights from the red carpet circles:
And hey! There are some new ways to see our recent films:
THE CITY DARK is now featured digitally on iTunes and Amazon Instant. DVDs of WORLD FAIR are for sale on Amazon. As always, if you’d like to host a screening, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wicked Delicate is looking forward to two festival premieres in April!
Ian Cheney’s new short film, THE MELUNGEONS, will premiere at the Nashville Film Festival, with screenings on April 18 & 24. Visit nashvillefilmfestival.org for tickets.
Amanda Murray’s new short film and directorial debut, WORLD FAIR, will premiere at the Independent Film Festival Boston, with screenings on April 25 & 29 with the Documentary Shorts Package E. Tickets at iffboston.org, and details about the film at www.worldfairfilm.com.
Enormous, heartfelt thanks to all the Kickstarter supporters who enabled us to move WORLD FAIR into post-production this month and license the beautiful archival footage that is the heart and soul of this film. We are so grateful!
Poster design by Ed Morgan
Also posted in Melungeons, WD team
Wicked Delicate producer Amanda Murray just launched a Kickstarter campaign to complete her first film, WORLD FAIR. We are so close to finishing this film. Please consider chipping in so we can bring it to the big screen!
CLICK HERE TO CONTRIBUTE!
WORLD FAIR is a short, impressionistic documentary about personal memory, amateur cinematography, and visions of the future at the radical 1939 New York World’s Fair. The film incorporates vibrant archival footage to illustrate the memories of five, heartwarming characters, pictured below. WORLD FAIR is co-produced and filmed by Ian Cheney and edited by Freddy Shanahan, with an original score by Bluebrain.
Kickstarter is all or nothing! If we don’t reach at least our minimum goal by the end of the campaign, WORLD FAIR won’t get a dime of the generous pledges. Please contribute. Every amount helps!
Visit Kickstarter for all the details, and please share this link on Twitter, Facebook, and in emails to friends: http://kck.st/XojgEt
Thank you for your support!