From Christopher Lockett:
The film is getting a short theatrical release here in LA at the Downtown Independent Theater. Very proud that the film is screening at that particular theater. It's got 222 stadium seats, sells craft beer and wine and is very indie friendly. This film is about as "indie" as cinema gets. This is remarkably good news to me - the odds of a sub- $10K independently produced, hour-long documentary getting any kind of theatrical release are never in the filmmaker's favor. We always figured the film would reach its audience online and on television. A theatrical release is literally unheard of for such a film.
The link to the Facebook event page is below. It's a public event, so the page should be viewable even to people who aren't on Facebook.
Download the press release here.
Help us celebrate the film’s theatrical run with a kickoff event at:
Downtown Independent Theater
251 S. Main St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Friday, May 10, 2013
Screenings @ 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Doors open for reception at 7 p.m.
Q&A with the filmmakers after the 8 p.m. screening.
$10 – advanced online ticket sales through theater website.
The event features typewriters once owned by Ernest Hemingway, Jack
London, Tennessee Williams, and Orson Welles – from the collection
of Steve Soboroff.
Louise Marler’s typerwriter-themed art, jewelry, and t-shirts will also
be on display and for sale. http://www.lamarler.com/
The film features 30+ interviews in 10 U.S. states with Pulitzer Prize and
National Book Award winning authors Robert Caro and David McCullough,
collectors, repairmen, artists, musicians, inventors, and bloggers from The
Typosphere - an online gathering place for typewriter enthusiasts.
Director Christopher Lockett: 323-252-3683
Producer Gary Nicholson: 310-654-3588