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Brand New Trailer Announcement

November 17, 2010

Enjoy the long-awaited, much-anticipated trailer!

Burning In the Sun goes South

November 17, 2010

Check out Cambria’s blog posts about her experiences showing BITS in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and the Carolinas on the Southern Circuit’s blog here.  A fun game you can play is guessing ‘Where is Cambria now?’

Art Around Town

November 5, 2010

We’ve finally got poster art! A special thank you to Vermont artist Janet Fredericks for her inspired illustration and to Wayne Michaud for his design work. Also, on the note of Vermont, what a wonderful turnout at the Vermont Int’l Film Festival over the Halloween weekend! We were able to debut both the film and our poster here in Burlington thanks to the talents of Janet and Wayne, the critical outreach work of Cami Davis, and the support of Deb Ellis, Gail Cook and the festival team. Thanks to all!  Now on to the South, where Cambria will be taking the film on the Southern Circuit Tour throughout November.  Check in at where Cambria will be blogging about her experiences on the road.  These may be reposted here on the BITS Blog.

Queue it up

October 19, 2010

Say what?  That’s right. Behold.  We are super pleased to announce that Burning In the Sun will be available next spring on NETFLIX.  After a limited theatrical release, we’ll be releasing BITS for home video rental with everyone’s favorite rental site.  Of course we hope you’ll rent the film when the time comes. But in the meantime, you can truly lend your support to the cause by putting BITS in your queue, TODAY!  The more people who do this, the more Netflix will know that audiences are chomping at the bit to see the film, and the more *they* will support the film.  Let the queue-ing begin!  Here’s the site: Remember you must login to your account in order to ‘Save’ the film in your queue.

Vermont, Oregon and more!

September 12, 2010

We’re honored to announce screenings in the following new locations! Check the Screenings Page for exact dates and details:

Burlington, VERMONT (codirector Cambria Matlow will be present at this first screening in her old home state) – Bend, OREGON (codirector Cambria Matlow will be present at this first screening in her new home state) – Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO –  and Dubrovnnik, CROATIA, at the ‘Man on Earth’ Film Retrospective!  So cool!  Join us!

And, if you haven’t already, please vote for BURNING IN THE SUN on Link TV!  You can vote once a day until September 15th. Here’s the links, one more time:

To Register (one time only needed):

To Watch and Vote:

Vote for Burning on Link TV

September 10, 2010

A 5-minute version of BURNING IN THE SUN was selected to compete in Link TV’s ViewChange Online Contest.   Every film featured tells a story of progress in a developing country, and there are 6 different categories – ours is INNOVATION.  At stake is $5000 for the top film in each category and $20,000 for the winning film overall . Your vote counts!  Please vote for us, once a day until September 15th – only 6 days left to make a huge difference for this film.  There are 3 steps: REGISTER on Link TV at   Then WATCH THE SHORT FILM at   Finally, VOTE by scrolling down from the film and clicking on the green Vote button.  Super easy!   Thanks in advance for the support, and enjoy this short version of the film!!!!  And be sure to watch some of the other films too, there are some really wonderful topics covered on the site.

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:


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!