Four Weeks, Four Hours News

Check back here for news about festivals, screenings, and other information!

August 6th, 2008

Tons of news. First, enjoy the updated website's new look and feel. Also, I've had a brand new trailer put together by editor Noah Kistler working with Quixotic Industries. It's over on the first page, so check it out if you haven't already!

April 4th, 2008

Four Weeks has been included in the NewFilmmakers summer screening series in New York! More information as it becomes available.

NewFilmmakers Logo

August 1st, 2006

The laurels keep on coming with two more festivals, and we've moved off the North American continent for our first European screening!

Four Weeks, Four Hours has been accepted to the 26th annual Breckenridge Film Festival, in Breckenridge, Colorado. The screening is on Saturday, September 9th.

That same week, we're also having our European premiere at the Salento Film Festival, September 9-17th, in Tricase, Italy!

Breckenridge and Salento

May 30th, 2006

We're on a roll! Four Weeks, Four Hours has been accepted to another two film festivals. Next up, we're having our Canadian premiere at the ReelHeART International Film Festival in Toronto, Ontario. This screening is happening on June 24th, so mark your calendars!

ReelHeart and FAIF

After that, we were accepted to the FAIF International Film Festival in Hollywood, California, for a screening the week of October 5th-14th.

Our screenings at San Fernando Valley and Longbaugh both went extremely well, with excellent attendance and great audience feedback. We're looking forward to presenting our film to even more audiences!

March 15th, 2006

After months of little activity on the web site, here's some big news—the film has been accepted at both the San Fernando Valley Film Festival in North Hollywood, and the Longbaugh Film Festival in Portland, Oregon!

Longbaugh and San Fernando Valley

On top of that, we have a new poster, created by the phenomenally talented Lauren Oliver.

Poster Image

February 8th, 2006

I've joined MySpace, and have created an entry for Four Weeks, Four Hours, to let more people know about the film.

August 17th, 2005

The Four Weeks, Four Hours web site has been updated. Newly updated cast information, more pictures, a Making Of page, and an updated look!

August 11th, 2005

Four Weeks, Four Hours had a wildly successful New York sneak preview at Manhattan's Two Boots Pioneer theater. Thanks to everyone who came out and gave the film such a boost.

New York Screening Photo

Three cast-members—Kaylynn Raschke, Scott Escamillo, and Judi Beecher—attended the screening.

Cast at NYC