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YES, LET'S MAKE A MOVIE FILM FESTIVAL! 


Mark your calendar for a special pre-screening of 


 SWEEPING FORWARD on June 4, 2017 @4:00PM at the: 


 YES, LET'S MAKE A MOVIE FILM FESTIVAL! 

 

Nominated in 2 categories!
 -Best Actress
 -Best Film 

 

The venue will be held at the Mad Hatter Pub on Crescent Street.

 

There is no admission fee. Bring a friend, have a beer and have fun!

 

Sunday, June 4th, 2017 
 MAD HATTER PUB 
 1240 Crescent 
 Montreal, Qc

Schedule of Event:
 4pm: Pre-Screen: SWEEPING FORWARD 
 5:30pm-6:30pm: Cocktails and Photographs 
 6:35-7:45pm: Short Films Corner 
 7:45pm-8pm: Intermission 
 8pm-9:30pm: Film Presentations Part 2 
 9:30pm-10pm: Awards Ceremony

 

The Little Theatre

SCREENING


Wonderful news! SWEEPING FORWARD will be screened in

New York at the LITTLE THEATRE on April 23, 2017 at 6PM.

I will be in attendance for a Q & A after the showing.

Not to be missed, tickets on sale now! 

Great exposure for an underrepresented film!

http://thelittle.org/films/sweeping-forward

The Little Theatre
240 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604
Phone: 585-258-0400

 

Durham Region Film Festival September 2015

Photographs from Durham Region Film Festival

The ReelWorld Film Festival Programmers 

invites 

SWEEPING FORWARD

to screen at the

Durham Film Festival

News Release
Lights! Camera! Action!

First-annual Durham Region Film Festival to take place in September 2015
 

WHITBY, ON –Today the Durham Region Film Commission announced the launch of the first-annual Durham Region Film Festival, which will take place Sept. 25 to 27 at two exciting locations in Durham—the Regent Theatre in Oshawa, and Docville Wild West Movie Set in Clarington.

 

The inaugural festival, with programming provided by ReelWorld Film Festival, aims to bring the magic of film—on-screen and off—to local residents and visitors. The three-day event will feature short- and feature-film screenings, family activities, movie-making demos, a student film competition, production workshops, and question and answer sessions with film talent. Tickets for screenings and events will be available for sale at www.regenttheatre.ca beginning Aug. 4.

 

“The announcement of this inaugural film festival gives us an opportunity to shine the spotlight on Durham Region as we continue to build partnerships to bring more productions to Durham,” said Roger Anderson, Regional Chair and Chief Executive Officer.

 

A significant increase of activity within the province has impacted television and film production as a growing industry in Durham Region. In 2014, the region attracted $22 million in productions, up from $20 million in 2012.

 

“For many years, Durham Region has provided the settings and landmarks for successful television and film productions,” said Kathy Weiss, Director of Economic Development and Tourism. “Our attraction of these productions is a major contributor to our local economy.”

 

For more information about the Durham Region Film Festival, visit www.investdurham.ca.

 

Starting Spring with the Rotary Club of Lakeshore!

Was such a pleasure to be a guest at the Rotary Club of Montreal Lakeshore luncheon at the Pointe-Claire Holiday Inn on Tuesday.

 

Thank you to everyone (and Rotarians) for letting me discuss mental health conditions and SWEEPING FORWARD!!

THE WEEKLY BULLETIN OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MONTREAL-LAKESHORE 

for Tuesday, April 28, 2015

 

SWEEPING FORWARD

SWEEPING FORWARD 

 

Presented at

The Cineplex Colisee Kirkland

Saturday, January 31, 2015

SWEEPING FORWARD was well attended and a hit with the audience!

 

Thanks everyone for your positive feed-back and for offering to help promote Sweeping Forward!!

In conjunction with Bell's Let's Talk - SWEEPING FORWARD will be presented January 31, 2015!

Bell Let's Talk is a wide-reaching, multi-year program designed to break the silence around mental illness and support mental health all across Canada.

 

One of the biggest hurdles for anyone suffering from mental illness is overcoming the stigma. It is the number one reason why two-thirds of those living with a mental illness do not seek help.

 

I have personally experienced the impact of mental illness and understand how important it is to get people talking about it at home, school, and at their workplace.

 

 

Please get the word out!

 

When: Saturday, January 31, 2015

 

Time: 10:00AM

 

Where: Cineplex Kirkland

3200 Rue Jean-Yves, Kirkland, QC. H9J 2R6

 

Cost: $5

Sweeping Forward

Cineplex Odeon (Cavendish) 

'Sweeping Forward' was well attended... 

 

Awesome feed back!

 

 

Barbara Watkins: Absolutely loved the movie. Congratulations and good luck! 

 

Danny Tonner: What a beautifully made movie. Congratulations Pat on a job well done!!

 

Kelley O'Rourke:  The movie was great - we really enjoyed it - congratulations!

Sweeping Forward at Cineplex Odeon (Cavendish) 
 

Bill Wexler: Thanks Patricia for the heads up on this showing for a fine and enjoyable movie. Great photography, acting and story line. The one thing we did notice was the make-up was superb, not over done. All the actors and actresses fit the part they were playing to a tee. I really would not like to single anyone out as they all were very good. All positive. Good luck with this film and keep up the good work. Looking forward to seeing another film by you.

 

Johanne Demers: 'Sweeping Forward' is a very well made movie. And really helps put the message out there.

Sweeping Forward at Cineplex Odeon (Cavendish) 

 

Henry Alvarez: Beau film, félicitations. 

 

Ghyslaine Thibodeau: I loved 'Sweeping Forward' - I never noticed the time, it just flew by, that's how engrossed I was! 

 

Segolene Gautier: Amazing movie! This filmmaker totally deserves a little help. Share or contribute. Or both.

 

 

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