Me, Tat, and actress Radha Mitchell, one of our executive producers. The audience absolutely loved the film.
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Click on this link, then put your cursor over the first song that comes up on top of the Grooveshark site, and you'll see the play arrow on the left of the title...hit it!
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PTSP will be there. If you haven't seen our Kickstarter promotion trailer, click here. If you're keeping count (like we are), that's 5 for 7 film festivals thus far.
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FOOL FOR LOVE (minus Derek, who had to run home)...lunching between the matinee and our last show this past Saturday. Left to right: Bethany Erin Peters, Alex Grindeland, Gracie Lee, Aaron Kopec & Erica Case, owners of The Alchemist Theatre in Bayview, WI and me.
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"Hey Scott, was that you or George Mauer who helped me put the minnows in Jack Saunders' toilet?"
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PASS THE SALT, PLEASE (based on my short play of the same name), had it's world premiere Saturday at the Sydney International Film Festival and our esteemed director, Tatjana Najdanovic, was there in all her glory walking the red carpet. Tat gave an introductory speech before a packed house and all went off without a hitch. Tat said the theater was in stitches the entire time. ;) We have one more showing on Saturday, June 19. Then it's on to the Palm Springs International ShortFest Film Festival and the Big Sur International Film Festival in late June.
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That means the Rainbow Flowage water levels were back to the way they were 4-5 years ago. Last year, the shoreline was a good 150 yards from the end of that pier. And pretty good weather (first two days were windy). Fish just weren't biting. Nerts! Click on READ MORE! for some candids from our recent walleye fishing trip on the Rainbow Flowage in Lake Tomahawk, Wisconsin!
Jason eating the moon. (That was his nickname on my dad's side when he was kid - "Moon")
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