For those of you in the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. - metro region, this hopefully will be of particular note:
MY FILM IS FINISHED AND SCREENING AT THE CHARLES!
In other words, here's some info about my feature film's world premiere. It's one hell of an extra-curricular activity, and great things are starting to happen because of it.
Dear Friends, Family, and Pasquinade Films Fanatics,
When we first started our dream of making independent feature films, we dreamed big. Really big. As in “we want to direct ‘Unnecessary Roughness 2’!” big. Until that time, however, we’ve been slowly but surely working hard to make independent films we want people to enjoy.
We invite you to celebrate with us as we kick off the World Premiere Screening of our latest project, the feature-length romantic comedy known as “For the Want of a Queen.” The screening will be held on Thursday, July 21st, 2005 at the Charles Theatre in Baltimore, Maryland. Tickets are $10.61, and can be purchased online at www.pasquinadefilms.com!
The story of “For the Want of a Queen” follows heralded chess champion Derek Waters, who two years after losing the love of his life, Kate, puts in motion a plan involving the wedding of his best friend Ben to Kate's best friend, Mila — in order to bring them all back together. As the wedding approaches and Derek finds Kate back in his life once again, he discovers that more is at risk than he realizes when all of his actions are for the want of his queen.
The Charles Theatre is located in midtown Baltimore at 1711 North Charles Street, just a block and a half north of Penn Station. Tickets will be available at the door or may be purchased online. Make sure to reserve yours today, as we expect a complete sell-out in time for the show!
"Maybe I'm getting off topic, but this thread already sucks, so I don't feel bad about it. " -LotusMegami
"The only way TV Gangrel could change is if Real Gangrel changed." -Filipino Elvis
That's exactly where I'm at after watching this episode. I really thought this whole thing was going to be tied up rather nicely a few weeks ago, I'm not sure I would have liked how they did or are going to do it, but it would have been something.