Sunday, April 17, 2011

Tribeca Film Festival and the Strong Brothers

We won Best Comedic Short at Sonoma International Film Festival. It's going to be pretty hard for another festival to live up to this one. Not just because the festival was amazing, but because it was so close to home.

I'm not going to wax too poetic about Northern California. Mostly because I don't want too many more people to move up there. But I will say that it is still a very clear personal goal to shoot at least one feature film in our home county.

And so playing our film in this community and meeting cool filmmakers, film buffs, and generally-supportive-of-the-arts type folks was one step closer to that goal. It's unfortunately rare to find people that are both motivated and not cynical. But we met a lot of them up here.

Sonoma County, we will not let you down.

In other news, we leave for New York this week. (I feel like we just had a Woodie Guthrie moment: "...from the redwood forest...")

This will be our second time at the Tribeca Film Festival, and We. Can't. Wait.

Basically, we won't sleep for the next two weeks. There's going to be a lot going on, and we'll probably be tweeting and updating a bunch about it, but just so there's a solid spot with all out screening info...

Here is your handy guide to...


Real Live Screenings
Part of the Shorts Program "Mix Tape"
For you New Yorkers. The Dungeon Master the way God intended it: on the big screen. We're going to be at each of these for a Q&A along with our producer Alexandra Barreto. For the premiere screening, our actors Adam Busch, Chris Wylde, and Chad Crone will also be there.

  • Saturday, April 23rd, 5:30 pm at AMC Loews Village 7 - 66 3rd Avenue
  • Thursday, April 28th, 3:30pm at Clearview Chelsea Cinemas - 260 West 23rd Street
  • Saturday, April 30th, 5:30pm at Clearview Chelsea Cinemas - 260 West 23rd Street
  • Sunday, May 1st 5:00pm at Tribeca Cinemas - 54 Varick Street

Online Screenings
We're really excited about this. From anywhere in the US, you can watch our movie. This is also a competition (though we're not quite sure how that works, but hey, we'd love to win!). Watch us. Vote for us. Spread the word. You have to reserve a "virtual seat" to these screenings, but you'll be able to watch it anytime within a 24-hour window.
Here's the explanation of how it works.

Online Screening Days (once you reserve a seat, you can watch the film anytime within 24 hours after these times):
  • April 23rd after 5PM
  • April 25th after 6AM
  • April 27th after 6AM
  • April 29th after 6AM
  • April 30th after 6AM

Rider on a Tribeca Talks Panel
I will be part of a panel on social networking. Talking about how filmmakers can use social networking to find an audience. This will both be live in New York and streaming online at the same time!

Friday, April 22nd 2pm at SVA Theater - 333 West 23rd Street

Filmmaker Feed on Tribeca's Site
This is Tribeca's hub for the Strong bros. We're doing a Q&A on here, and will probably be posting videos, photos, and updates throughout the festival (when we're not, you know, sitting in movie theaters with our eyes peeled open like Clockwork Orange).

After you see the movie
Let us know your thoughts! Send us a comment, write a review, tell your friends...
This little movie is entirely a labor of love and took up a lot of our time, energy, and money. It's only a short film, so there's no reward other than reaching people, entertaining, and getting a reaction. So if you have a reaction, whatever it is, we want to hear it.

And in the meantime, "like" us on Facebook.

See you in New York.


  1. i am so bummed that i can't go to the festival. good luck and i can't wait to see the movie online!

  2. Will there be an international release? Unfortunately I won't be able to watch it even online because it's only for US.

    I'm looking forward to watch it! It seems a very nice film for all lovers of D&D world wide.