UPCOMING SCREENINGS

Later this month You See Me will enjoy its African premiere at the Sudan Independent Film Festival . In January 2014, the Festival was launched as the first ever film festival in Sudan. It was attended by film critics, directors and producers from around the region. The Festival’s debut was a huge success, attracting more than 7,000 viewers in its week long events, and was featured in local and international media (both print and satellite channels) in articles, reports and interviews covering the Festival and its activities. In 2015, the Festival was held again and received more success in attendance, coverage, quality of films screened and critical acclaim. Exact dates and times TBA.

You See Me will screen at the Beloit International Film Festival this spring. BIFF2017 will  show 100 outstanding independent films—narrative features, documentaries and shorts—presented at five downtown venues, including Domenico’s, the Hendricks Arts Center, Bagels and More, Bushel and Peck’s Local Market and La Casa Grande. Exact dates and times TBA.

In March You See Me will kick off a two day conference at Emory University School of Medicine, Stroke Program. The Division of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases at Emory University serves as a major tertiary referral center for patients extending from Atlanta throughout much of the Southeast. Ranked 6th in research in the country in funding form the National Institutes of Health, and among the top departments by the US News and World Report, Emory Neurology relentlessly pursues its mission and constantly aims to find more effective neurological treatment options. Exact dates and times TBA.

More spring screenings look promising, so check back often and/or sign up for the You See Me newsletter here where they are also announced

PREVIOUS SCREENINGS

World Premiere: Dances With Films See video here of some of the post screening Q & A.
“One of the most engaging, forward- thinking festivals in the country.” – Yahoo
How wonderful to premiere in your hometown. Thank you “Dances with Films!”

Georgia Premiere: Macon Film Festival  See photos here.
You See Me won the Best Documentary Award at this festival that’s earned its reputation as one of the coolest film festivals in the world. 

Virginia PremiereRichmond International Film Festival  See photos here.
You See Me won the Audience Choice Award at this up-and-coming festival.

Nevada PremiereNevada Women’s Film Festival  See photos here.
You See Me won the Femmy Award for Best Feature Documentary. So fitting to win at a women’s festival since You See Me is a testimonial to maternal resilience.  

Southern California Screening: Columbia Gorge Film Festival
You See Me won the jury award for best feature documentary. The awards ceremony took place on a paddle boat on Big Bear Lake. 

Maine PremiereSanford International Film Festival
Thanks to editor Nels Bangerter You See Me won Best Editing Award at its Maine premiere. 

Iowa PremiereWild Rose Independent Film Festival
You See Me won Best Feature Documentary at the longest running international film festival in Iowa.

New York PremiereQueens World Film Festival  See photos here.
You See Me was nominated for Best Feature Documentary and Best Documentary Director at a festival that gave a special tribute to Susan Seidelman and screened her 1982 movie, Smithereens. 

Midwestern PremiereBLOW UP Chicago International Arthouse FILM FEST
You See Me was nominated as Best Feature Documentary at a festival named after Michelangelo Antonioni’s iconic film “Blow-Up,” the festival pursues new ways to introduce people to original and authentic storytelling.

International PremiereFilm Festival for Women’s Rights Korea
You See Me was one of just 18 features selected for this festival which included “The Hunting Ground” by Academy-Award nominated filmmaking team Amy Ziering and Kirby Dick and “Grandma” starring Lily Tomlin.

Louisiana Premiere: Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting
You See Me screened at  this annual meeting that brings together 4,000 international experts and partners from academia, industry, government, and beyond to exchange information and to discuss the broader role of aging science. The mission of the GSA Humanities and the Arts (H&A) Committee are: to promote research and program development in humanities and the arts; to aid in providing a forum for discussion and dissemination of the results of research and development programs; and to encourage new Society membership from the fields of humanities and the arts.

Western PremiereDocutah Film Festival
You See Me screened with Sundance’s “Prophet’s Prey” and “Tab Hunter Confidential” at this premiere venue for documentaries.

European PremiereDOCfeed
You See Me celebrated it’s premiere abroad at this boutique documentary festival. It boasts about the smallest, most unique, and intimate screening venue of any festival, a converted car.

Texas PremiereThin Line Music/ Film Festival   See photos here.
You See Me screened with an eclectic and enriching group of documentaries at this unique, quirky, but truly authentic festival.

Gold Coast PremiereOjai Film Festival  See photos here.
You See Me was one of just 17 feature documentaries selected for this festival whose theme is Enriching the Human Spirit Through Film.

Indonesian PremiereInternational Film Festival for Women, Social Issues and Zero Discrimination 
You See Me was honored to screen at this festival established to support and promote filmmakers all over the world. Its Awards were held the third week of March to celebrate Women International Day (March 8) and Zero Discrimination Day (March 1).

Florida PremiereSunScreen Film Festival
Located in beautiful St. Petersburg, FL, this innovative festival offered a mini- film market and a host of inspiring workshops. Thanks St. Petersburg-Clearwater Film Commission for the filmmaker lunches where there was plenty of delicious, fresh seafood. 

Spanish Premiere: Madrid International Film Festival
You See Me premiered in Spain over the July 4th weekend where it was nominated for Best Feature Documentary.

Caribbean Premiere: Cayman Islands International Film Festival
A 4th of July screening on this magical island was a dream come true. Thank you CayFilm.

North Carolina Screening: Footcandle Film Festival
You See Me screened to a packed theater and received a warm reception at this boutique festival backed by a supportive film society. 

Pennsylvania PremiereCollege Town Film Festival   See photos here.
You See Me was thrilled to be part of this festival that fills a vital need: to bring the University together across disciplines. Normally the province of sports and keggers…not art and ideas.

Kentucky Premiere: Louisville’s International Festival of Film
Home to the Kentucky Derby, Louisville Slugger and  Muhammad Ali, Louisville offers three days of screenings, educational workshops and open dialogue with savy audiences.

Wisconsin Premiere: Weyauwega International Film Festival
Home to the Kentucky Derby, Louisville Slugger and  Muhammad Ali, Louisville offers  three days of screenings, educational workshops and open dialogue with savy audiences.

Illinois ScreeningBig Muddy Film Festival
You See Me screened at one of the best respected, wholly independent, community film festivals in the US. Did we mention it’s among the oldest student organized festivals? 

Southern PremiereReal to Reel International Film Festival
A successful screening in the historic and beautifully restored Joy Theater in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Mid Atlantic PremiereReadingFilmFEST   See behind the scenes video here of the day of the screening.
It’s a filmmaker’s dream to screen in their home town. So it was wonderful when “You See Me” screened in the Made in Reading series and sold out. A second screening was added.

Washigton D.C. PremiereAging in America Conference  See photos here.
This conference, sponsored by the American Society on Aging, brought together over 3,000 professionals to discuss issues affecting our older adult population. The showing resulted in requests from many agencies and educators interested in potential screenings. 

Philadelphia PremiereAlma Mater Theater/Restaurant   See photos here.
You See Me screened in the City of Brotherly Love to a warm and inviting crowd. A big thank you to co-owners Anne Rivers and Jake Sudderth for hosting the screening. 

Charlotte Premiere: Charlotte Film Festival
You See Me celebrated it’s Charlotte premiere at a festival that initiated the Southern Poverty Law Center Social Justice Award. 

Chain NYC Film Festival: New York City
You See Me won best personal story and was described by the festival director as, “a courageous and moving story.”

Long Beach Premiere: Long Beach Indie Film Festival
What a wonderful turn-out and warm reception. The theater was filled with neighbors, colleagues, students and members of the local stroke support group. 

 St. Agnes Medical Center: Fresno, CA
The reception and screening, sponsored by St. Agnes Medical Center Neuroscience Division, Stroke Program brought together a mix of doctors, nurses, physical and occupational therapists plus members of the community. 

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Sponsored by The School of Art, Design and Media, College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences

Multimedia University, Johor Malaysia
Sponsored by School of Cinematic Arts

Warsaw Film SchoolWarsaw, Poland   See one student’s video response here.
You See Me screened at Cinema Elektronik while producer/ director Linda Brown guest taught at the film school . 

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA  See photos here.
Sponsored by the School of Theater, Film and Media Arts

West Chester University, West Chester, PA
Sponsored by the Department of Social Work

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
Sponsored by the Departments of Occupational Therapy and Anthopology

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
Sponsored by School of Cinematic Arts: Public Health, Science and Medicine