Friday, February 4, 2011

Celebrate with us the premiere of "Choosing To Be a GFF" on March 27!

We couldn't be more thrilled to announce the first public screening of our latest original, independent film, "Choosing To Be a GFF [Good Friend Forever]".  Since last May, we've been writing, auditioning, casting, filming, directing, tweaking, editing, producing, and laboring over this enormous project, which will create autism awareness and teach peer acceptance to middle school audiences.  Though it's still not finished, we know it will all come together in time for you to join us at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wis., at the Stackner Ballroom, beginning at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 27th.  Attire is formal in honor of the 19-member all-student cast who will attend with their families, also seeing their work on the big screen for the first time.  It should be an event to remember!

Space is limited in the venue, so we encourage you to register at your earliest convenience here:
Each guest needs to have a separate entry.  Seating will be general admission, except for our VIP guests (actors and up to four of their relatives and/or best friends), who will have priority arrangements.  If you are a VIP, please put "VIP" and the correlating actor's first name after your last name in the field.

We have created a Facebook event for this as well: Red Carpet Premiere Party.  While indicating attendance on this Facebook event will NOT automatically include you on the registered guest list, this will be the place we post the latest information as details develop.  So if you're so inclined, you may want to let us know you're coming there, too.

The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin has given a generous $2,000 grant toward the film's production, and The Practical Club (Waukesha) will be a Red Carpet sponsor of the event.  Would you like to know more about sponsorship opportunities for either the film, the event, or both?  Please contact Chelsea Budde, 414-510-0385.

We look forward to seeing you next month!  Feel free to contact Chelsea or Denise with any questions.

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