Before we jump into yesterday’s activities, we want to highly encourage everyone to join us tonight for the DC Premiere for 3 Mile Limit. With your ticket, you can join our happy hour at the Navy Memorial from 5:30 to 7:15pm including New Zealand wine and beer, meat or veggie patties from Kiwi Cuisine and 60’s rock and roll music. It’s going to be a blast!
Day Two was an action-packed day here at the DC Independent Film Festival. First, we held our annual “On the Hill Summit,” including a panel discussion about options for addressing the needs of independent film and media production as impacted by U.S. regulations for crowd-funded enterprises.
We opened Wednesday with the short film Handle with Care and then held the East Coast Premiere of Despite the Gods. Though director Jennifer Lynch could not make the festival in-person, we were delighted to be able to host a Skype Q&A session at the Navy Memorial Theater.
Family, friends, filmmakers and film-goers then arrived for Red and the World Premiere of DC-native Marcus Richardson’s Sons of the City, followed by a lively Q&A with filmmakers and stars. Be sure to check out all our images on our Flickr page and hope you can join us this weekend.