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THE LAST LULLABY UPDATE
June 18, 2009
Thank you all for taking time to register for our updates. This is a quick update. Today, I will cover three topics:
- Lullaby Tour
- Ben Lovett
Good news: San Jose has decided to hold LULLABY over until Tuesday of next week. We will move across the street this week to the Camera 12 Cinemas. LULLABY will be screening there Friday-Tuesday at 4:30 each day. Tickets are on sale now at: http://boxoffice.printtixusa.com/camera/advance?i=%208248&v=2657. Please tell your friends and co-workers about LULLABY and encourage them to catch the movie during its last few days in town!
Also, this week LULLABY will be screening in Sacramento as part of the Movies on a Big Screen series (http://www.moviesonabigscreen.com/). We screen in Sacramento tomorrow at 7 and 9:30 and on Sunday at 7PM. If you know anyone in the Sacramento area, please let them know that we'll be in town.
We signed a deal with the foreign sales company Cinemavault (http://www.cinemavault.com/catalogue/title.php?fid=Act-407&cname=Action) to represent LULLABY to foreign distributors at the various markets around the world. Cinemavault recently screened LULLABY at the Marche du Film (Cannes Film Market) and felt very encouraged by the interest in the movie. Their next major stop with LULLABY will be at November's AFM (American Film Market).
More good news: this past weekend at the Brooklyn International Film Festival, Ben Lovett received the award for Best Original Score for his work on our film. Ben is such a talent, and it's so nice to see someone like him get the recognition he deserves.
As always, if you have any questions, hit reply and your e-mail will come to me. Thank you all for your tremendous support. Please keep spreading the word!
My very best,
THE LAST LULLABY
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