Happy Monday everyone!
We’ve got some very exciting things in the works for you over in the Thrive With Less community, starting with two opportunities to see the film!
First, this Wednesday we’ll be hosting an event at the former Barnes and Noble space in East Lansing, MI. It’s going to be really special, not only will we be screening the film and having a discussion with you about it, but we’ll also be having a potluck dinner and participating in a community art project. We’re partnering with MSU Students for the Broad Art Museum, who have been working with a Los Angeles based artist named Fritz Haeg to create a giant crocheted rug for the opening of the new museum. The MSU and East Lansing communities have been helping in the creation of the piece, and, to make it even better, it’s all made through found and reclaimed materials. We hope you’ll check it out!
Next, we are thrilled to announce that we’ve been accepted into the East Lansing Film Festival’s Lake Michigan Film Competition. We’ll be showing our film as part of the festival, as well as competing against other films. The cool think about LMFC is that all the films in that competition have to have been produced in the states bordering the Great Lakes, so everything in that competition is a product of this midwest community we call home. Pretty cool! We’d really appreciate any help you can give in supporting us and spreading the word.
We do have one more announcement for you coming very soon, but I can’t say anything about it just yet…. Stay tuned though, we should have some information about it this week!
Lastly, thank you all so much for helping us out in the ArcLight Cinemas contest. We haven’t found out the results just yet, but we are hopeful!
Thanks as always for your support!