My colleagues film, No Dumb Questions, which won an honorable mention at Sundance Festival will be showing at a few venues in the Bay Area over the next couple of weeks....
"No Dumb Questions" screens next Monday, April 22 at 6:30pm in San Francisco
at the beautiful and historic Castro Theater!! And, in the coming weeks:
San Francisco, Berkeley, Santa Cruz, Miami and Toronto. Spread the word!
Did you miss the award-winning screenings at Sundance?
Didn't make it to London, New York, Sydney, Amsterdam, Boulder or Seattle?
Come see the film highlighted by the San Francisco Chronicle as "moving" and
"funny", and described by indieWIRE as that rare documentary whose strengths
come "from the sheer exuberance of the life that it captures".
I have been deeply touched by the roars of laughter, the sighs of "awww",
the smiles and the tears I've seen "No Dumb Questions" bring to festival
audiences in the past 10 months. Requests are coming in from youth groups,
churches, schools, universities and families around the world for their own
copies to help open minds and dialog.
As described by the San Francisco International Film Festival:
Uncle Bill has some big news for his three little nieces in this wonderfully
frank and funny short about the mutability of gender identity, the wisdom of
children and the permanence of family ties.
Please stay tuned to www.nodumbquestions.com for upcoming educational and
outreach activities and, if interested, ways you can help.
Thank you for your continued support of the film,
and I hope to see you at the movies!
Best wishes to all,
San Francisco International Film Festival:
Monday, April 22 6:30pm Castro Theater
Tuesday, April 23 1:00 PM Kabuki Theatre
(San Francisco, 1881 Post St. btwn Fillmore and Webster)
Friday, April 26 4:30 PM Pacific Film Archive
(Berkeley, 2575 Bancroft Way near Bowditch St)
NOTE: "No Dumb Questions" screens and is listed with the touching
documentary about gay parenthood, "Daddy and Papa".
Posted on April 15, 2002 09:33 PM