Posted By rvlladmin on May 3, 2013
We would like to thank everyone who attended the sold out viewing of The Cold Lands. Special thanks to Tom, Silas and the Carey Center for a wonderful evening the event was a huge success for the Library.
Tom would like to be able to keep all the attendees of the Carey Center screening up to date about future screenings, events, and releases of The Cold Lands. The film will have its theatrical run in 2014, but before that Tom is planning a special fall ‘talking tour’ where he presents The Cold Lands as well as the REM piece It Happened Today, and gives a small presentation about the collaborative process (highlighting his interaction with Rensselaerville). The tour will most likely cover both coasts and be one-night only events in art-houses as well as colleges, museums, highs schools, and community centers.
To receive updates on the progress of the tour and other events with The Cold Lands, Tom invites you to vista their website and click SUBSCRIBE;
If you have friends or family around the country who have a connection to Rensselaerville, let them know when the tour is in their area. In addition, the website will offer free downloads of storyboards, press, production stills and clips.
After the tour, the plan is for The Cold Lands to have a proper theatrical run, which means locally it would probably be at The Spectrum in Albany. After that they’ll be a regular and deluxe DVD, online streaming with additional materials like soundtrack, video featurettes and a possible book.
Saturday, May 18th at 7 pm.
Carey Center for Global Good / Guggenheim Pavilion
63 Huyck Rd, Rensselaerville
6:30 pm cash beverages with complementary hors d’oeuvres
Tickets: $20 Suggested Donation for Adults and $5 for children under 16. Tickets are available at the Library.
Your donation includes a raffle ticket to win one of several special prizes, including a rare movie poster of The Cold Lands autographed by the actors and filmmakers.
The Cold Lands is an unrated independent film that was filmed in and around Rensselaerville. It features scenes containing casual drug use, adult language, and two brief shots of non-sexual male nudity. Parental Discretion is Advised.
All proceeds go to support the Library.