Happy holidays! And many thanks to the LakeCity International Film Festival (Noida, India) for awarding The Sharing Project movie “Best International Documentary Short”! I really appreciate it, and I wish I could have been there to celebrate and attend the festival.
I’m thrilled that The Sharing Project movie is screening at YoFiFest, The Yonkers Film Festival on Friday November 8 at 3:30 pm. The screening is happening at the Atrium Theater at the Yonkers Riverfront Library. It will be the US East Coast premiere for the film!
Tickets and more info: https://yofifest2019.eventive.org/films/5d8405274e71a10033128de0
Many thanks to the Vintage International Film Festival for selecting The Sharing Project movie. I wish I could be in Kolhapur, India for The Sharing Project screening and for the rest of the Vintage International Film Festival events. The Sharing Project will screen on Sunday October 6 at around midday (it’s the third screening in the block of films that begins at 11:30 am) at Shahu Smarak Bhavan, Dasara Chouk, Kolhapur.
I’m really excited that The Sharing Project movie — my 29 minute non-fiction film, philosophical journey, personal narrative, and nature film, all intertwined together to explore the meaning of sharing — is screening at the DTLA Film Festival on Friday October 25 at 6 pm. Looking forward to returning to Los Angeles for the USA premiere of the film!
The film is screening at Regal LA Live: Theater 12 (A Barco Innovation Center. 1000 West Olympic Boulevard. Los Angeles, CA 90015).
For tickets and more info: https://www.dtlaff.com/film/the-sharing-project/105/
I’m thrilled that The Sharing Project movie — my 29 minute non-fiction film, philosophical journey, personal narrative, and nature film, all intertwined together to explore the meaning of sharing — is screening at Oaxaca FilmFest on October 7 at 2 pm. Excited to visit Oaxaca, Mexico for the first time and attend this exceptional festival for the North American premiere of the film.
The film will be screened in English with Spanish subtitles at Cinetransformer (Pañuelito Garden: A Gurrión 102, RUTA INDEPENDENCIA, Centro, Oaxaca de Juárez, Oax., 68000). https://www.oaxacafilmfest.com/p/the-sharing-project
The Sharing Project movie — a 29 minute non-fiction film, philosophical journey, personal narrative, and nature film, all intertwined together to explore the meaning of sharing — premieres this Wednesday (June 26) at 5 pm at the Kala Samruddhi International Film Festival in Mumbai. The screening is happening at Prabhodhankar Naatya Mandir Borivali West. The movie is nominated for Best Documentary Film and for Best International Short Film, and the award ceremony takes place on June 27 from 4-10 pm at St. Andrews Auditorium, Bandra (in Mumbai).
Many thanks to Larry Wood and to the Aiken Standard for the wonderful feature, front page story about The Sharing Project exhibition at the Aiken County Historical Museum, and many thanks for the excellent shorter story that ran a few days earlier as well.
And, of course, many thanks to Brenda Baratto, Lauren Virgo, Doris Baumgarten, Joe Christian, and everyone else at the Aiken County Historical Museum for working with me on the show.
There was a time when there were numerous socialist experiments in America, like the one, called Happyville, that 50 Russian Jews from New York started in South Carolina in 1905. Happyville has almost entirely disappeared, but you can explore what remains by visiting The Sharing Project installation at the Aiken County Historical Museum — located just minutes away from where Happyville once was.
In addition to the Happyville video, there are 4 other short films (selected from the 15 in larger versions of the installation) and 21 interviews that explore the meaning and value of sharing in a personal and interdisciplinary way.
I encourage you to participate in the exhibition not only by watching the films, but by sharing canned food and bringing it to the museum. You will have an opportunity at the end of the show to take some of the communal food and give it away to whomever you think will appreciate it.
More information below:
Canned food gathering: now through July 29
Exhibition: June 1 – July 29
Opening Reception: Friday June 1, 6-8 pm
Closing and canned food distribution event: Sunday July 29, 3-5 pm
Aiken County Historical Museum
Open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Sunday from 2:00 to 5:00 pm
Admission is free
Address: 433 Newberry St SW, Aiken, SC 29801