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I Remember the Future: Film Website

I don't think I remembered to note this here, so...

The film for "I Remember the Future" now has a website.

This also means that yes, I now have an IMDB page. (Sadly, it doesn't include my work as an extra in "The Front," "The Goodbye Girl," or "Radio Days.")

Also, I'm delighted to announce that the film will have its US premiere at the 47th annual Worldfest-Houston film festival in April 2014.

#SFWApro

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Boy: some day I hope it is local to you and me.

I'd take great pains to see it.

But Houston is impossible. :-)
I know they're applying to show it at the Boston science fiction film festival. I'd also like to see it play in Brookline, eventually, and maybe at some conventions. Right now, though, it has to go the film festival circuit.
Thank you for keeping us informed.

By the way, I do not recommend reading Kaddish for the Last Survivor and The Book Thief back to back. Heavy impact. I had to set The Book Thief aside for a spell.
So did they make a full-length movie? I thought that they had only made a trailer.

Edited at 2014-03-19 12:41 am (UTC)
Indeed they did make the whole movie, although it's a 30-minute short film, not a full-length movie, depending on your definition. The movie was completed before the trailer was even released.
That's very cool! If I was closer to Houston, I would go.
So would I. :-)
Can't you edit your own IMDB page? Those other appearances should totally be on there!!

Also, mazal tov :-)
Over on Facebook, I've been getting some advice on editing my own IMDB page. So yes, it can be done. The question is if the edits will be allowed to stand when I have no documentation to back them up other than my own knowledge. And, oh yes, I'm easily recognized in Radio Days. :-)
You can fix those omissions.

Edited at 2014-03-19 01:38 pm (UTC)
I've submitted those three credits. We will see if they approve them.
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