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Upcoming Screenings: March 2014



Upcoming Screenings of TINY during the month of March 2014

March 2, 11:00am:
Oneota FIlm Festival (Decorah, IA)

March 6, 8:00pm:
Cinema Orange Film Series, Orange County Museum of Art (Newport Beach, California)
* Merete on Skype for Q&A

March 7, 7:00pm:
University of Wyoming (Laramie, Wyoming)
* Christopher in-person for Q&A

March 8, 1:00pm
One Earth Film Festival (Oak Park, Illinois)

March 21, 6:30pm:
Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capitol (Washington, DC)
* Christopher & Merete in-person for Q&A

March 25, Time TBD:
EcoFocus Film Festival (Athens, GA)
* Christopher in-person for Q&A

3 Responses

  1. Brandon

    When is this coming to Seattle?

    March 15, 2014 at 11:08 pm

  2. Hi guys! Don’t forget that CSULB is hosting a screening of TINY on March 27 at 5:30p! Here is the link with the info: https://www.facebook.com/events/497164697059339/?fref=ts

    March 18, 2014 at 6:28 pm

  3. Nathan King

    Just to let you know that I attended the Melbourne, Australian, ACMI screening of Tiny last night and LOVED it.

    My congratulations on a beautifully made small film with a.. large heart and a.. big impact. I found myself warming to all of the participants who appeared in Tiny and as an Antipodean, I would like them to know that I appreciated their openness and willingness to share their stories, hopes and dreams across the oceans of our planet. YourS and their stories reminded me of the sentiments often shared by people in the 70’s and 80’s when a climatic or financial crisis didn’t have to be on the horizon for people to believe that it was important to consider our impact on the environment and our species place in the world.

    With this film, Christopher and Merete, you were able to present the world with an engaging, unpretentious and insightful account of your journey into the world of Tiny construction and living that engaged me in a way that very few contemporary ‘movies’ do. I saw a side of America that I hardly knew existed and I learned a lot about the meeting point of global concerns and everyday living. I found myself gaining insights into the simplicities and joys of personal relationships and learning about a potential way to reconfigure our daily existence in the contemporary Western world. All of this, out of filming the progression of a couple’s construction of a small house?

    I take my hat off to you. I did wonder about some of those beautiful cinematic landscapes and portrait shots – was it all shot on video? I’d love to know.It was visually very rich. The craft of the recordist and sound editor also delivered a superb crisp. clear audio and music track that gave your film a rich emotional texture in concert with the cinematic experience..

    Please advise when the DVD is available, there is a tiny space in my home for it. And the sequel…..

    Salut and best regards from over here,
    Nathan King

    April 14, 2014 at 12:49 am

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