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15 New Venues Announced!

August 10, 2010

Woods Hole, MA

First and foremost, we’ve just found out about a screening in ATLANTA – next week! On Tues Aug 17, come see BITS at the Woodruff Arts Center with DocuFest Atlanta. After that, you’ll need to rent a van to follow BITS around the country – more new festival announcements include: DocUtah, EcoFocus Film Festival, Scottsdale Int’l Film Festival, and Kansas Int’l Film Festival! Check our Screenings page for exact locations, dates and venues, but you must come see the film or tell your friends in:

ATLANTA.  NEW ORLEANS.  BIRMINGHAM.   SOUTHERN UTAH.  ATHENS, GA.  PHOENIX.  KANSAS CITY.  TUPELO, MS. HAPEVILLE, GA.  GREENVILLE, SC.  AUGUSTA, GA.  ORANGEBURG, SC.  LAFAYETTE, LA.  AUBURN, AL.  OCEAN SPRINGS, MS.

Cambria Matlow will be traveling with the film in the Southeast U.S. Finally, a big thank you to Dr. Richard Komp, who took time out of his busy schedule between trips to Rwanda and Nicaragua and at the last minute was able to join Morgan at our recent screening in Boston. What a treat for our audiences! We also had a great time at the Woods Hole Film Festival last week, and saw some wonderful documentary films, including Barbara Kopple’s epic American Dream, Queen of the Sun (about Colony Collapse Disorder), House of Bones (a surprisingly touching film about the rise and fall of a Cape Cod home and family), and intriguing The Hand of Fatima from IFP Lab friends and co-alums August Palmer and Chris Arnold. Thanks to you all for your support as we continue showing BITS to audiences nationwide!

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