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     The Old Man and The Whale will be screening at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival's official selection!

    Our film will share a screening with another three history related shorts on Wednesday the 24th at 2PM on SCREEN SEVEN of the Village East Cinemas. There will be in-person introductions by the filmmakers and a free party later on at the Butterfield 8 Lounge courtesy of Pearl Vodka.

    To purchase tickets and for more information about the festival, please visit the NYIIFF website at






    Our film will be traveling to sunny Cannes for the Cannes International Film Festival's Short Fil Corner!!

     Although it will not be participating in the official competition, we will be screeining it along with many other wonderful international short films from the 13th to the 24th of May.

 If you would like more info about the scheduled screenings or to meet or contact us during the festival, please email Cristina at, or give us a call at any of our mobile numbers!


    We have finally finished our film!

    After being trapped in an editing twilight zone, I listened to all those loving people that have been super patient with me and stopped tweaking!

    Between translations, subtitling, transcoding, and my very first attempt at proper 5.1 sound design it would seem like I already had enough to worry about for getting the film out into the festival circuit, but oh well... I just kept on seeing wee bits and pieces that needed re-touching... as Robin would say: GRRR!

    So now it is only a matter of choosing festivals (and affording their entry fees) and hoping people like it as much as we do!

    There are a few new projects on the line for BitterBlue, both in documentary and drama, but now that we have finished with the Old Man, we will keep on working on our short drama BLANK, which is due to be finished later on this year!

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