I would love to have you join me for the premiere of my new film, Who Cares About Kelsey?
PREMIERE NIGHT is Sunday night, May 20th! This event, hosted by the Institute on Disability at UNH, will start with a reception at 6 pm. I will introduce the film at 7, and the screening will be followed by a Q&A with the subject of the film, Kelsey Carroll, and me. Tickets are $20 and all proceeds benefit Inclusive Communities, my project at the Institute on Disability.
If the 20th doesn’t work for you, there are several other opportunities to see the film at Red River Theatres.
Tuesday night, May 22nd will be another special event, hosted by NAMI-NH and Riverbend Community Mental Health. The evening will begin with a 6 pm reception, and I will introduce the film at 7. I'll take part in a post-film panel consisting of community leaders in youth mental health. Proceeds benefit NAMI-NH, Riverbend Community Mental Health and the Inclusive Communities Project. Tickets are regular Red River prices.
You'll also be able to catch the film in the Red River Screening Room Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights of that week at regular Red River prices.
We expect the Sunday night premiere and the Tuesday night event to sell out quickly, so if you would like to attend either event please buy your tickets soon
I hope to see you soon!
P.S. You can watch learn more about the film and watch an excerpt HERE
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Premiere and upcoming screening dates for WHO CARES ABOUT KELSEY?
[Here is an email from filmmaker Dan Habib with info on upcoming screenings for his new documentary WHO CARES ABOUT KELSEY? He asked that we share the information. Hope you'll have a chance to check out the film! The full list of screenings is available at http://www.iod.unh.edu/Projects/pbisfilm/upcoming-screenings.aspx.]