Big Apple Film Festival and a New Look
There has been a long absence from this blog, but only because it has been a blur of activity that is positive and rewarding.
Before I fill you in on what has happened, we have two announcements: a redesign of the wwwmadnessthemovie.com website and upcoming screenings.
Our fabulous web designer, graphic design artist and life-long friend Susan Shepperd of Susan K. Shepperd Design has been working to update the site but was delayed only in getting content from me. I think it provides valuable information about the the film as well as mental health. We welcome your feedback as we continue on this journey. I have been posting to social media (Facebook) but it is nice to have a real home on the web for the film.
This is a screen grab of the new official trailer of THAT WAY MADNESS LIES... which is prominent on the homepage.
A film of this nature becomes a part of the zeitgeist by word of mouth by people who go screenings whether at festivals or part of my outreach and education programs. It is only from there that sales agents and distributors begin to see an interest and then hopefully a need to bring this to a wider audience. As most of you know, I see this film as a call to action to illuminate for our policymakers how inept the current system is and change laws to protect our society's most vulnerable — and often, with severe mental illness, that means protecting them from themselves.
I will be present for all of the screenings and the Q&As following each:
November 1, 2017, BIG APPLE FILM FESTIVAL — THAT WAY MADNESS LIES... is the opening night feature! Let me know if you can come but cannot get a ticket. I will see what I can do!
The trailer for the Big Apple Film Festival. Look sharp for footage from our film!
AND CLICK THIS LINK TO GET TICKETS!!! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/that-way-madness-lies-tickets-38549606912
November 3, 2017, the film will be screened in Galloway, New Jersey at Stockton Center on Successful Aging and Lighthouse International Film Festival. This screening is free and open to the public!!
November 11, 2017, 3:30pm: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY FILM FESTIVAL - free to the public!
Thank you all for your continued support. I hope to see you at one of these screenings!
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Sandra Luckow is an award winning filmmaker based in New York City. Her films include: Sharp Edges; Belly Talkers; A World Within; That Way Madness Lies…
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