I've been a bad bad blogger, but A Walk Into The Sea and the start of two new doc projects have kept me a busy boy. Meanwhile, the 51 Birch Street ride just never ends: 5 months into its theatrical elease, we're continuing to book the film (DIY) in cities throughout the country. And will be right up until its Cinemax broadcast premiere on May 8th.
In the next four weeks alone, you can see the film in Boston, Cleveland, Columbus, Northampton (MA), New Haven, Pleasantville (NY), West Orange, Houston, Portland (ME), Rochester, Spring Valley (NY), Tiburon (CA), Stamford, Bloomington, Denver, Detroit and Olympia (WA).
And while I've cut way back on my personal appearances, I'll be at the Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville (this Sunday, along with the youthful and wise rabbi from the film, Jonathan Blake), West Orange, Stamford and Denver.
More updates soon on A Walk Into The Sea, which will have its' U.S. premiere in the documentary competition at Tribeca in April. And much more to come on all the exciting things going on, I swear. Just wanted to let you all know I'm still alive and kicking, if not writing.