Immoral Desires received its U.S. theatrical premiere as an official selection of the Project Twenty1 Film Festival on Sunday, October 3, 2010. The film screened at the Ibrahim Theater in Philadelphia, PA. At the festival awards ceremony later that evening, Immoral Desires received four nominations:
“Best Concept”: Immoral Desires (nomination)
“Best Legs”: The “Hot Chicks” From Immoral Desires, Becky Scheliga and Erica Mercadante (nomination)
“The EPIC Award”: Michael Mercadante (nomination)
“Best Marketing”: Immoral Desires (Winner)
Our next stop is The Sundance Film Festival. We’ll find out in early December whether we’ll be screening there or not – wish us luck!
Patrice Colancecco of Lansdale, PA has sponsored Immoral Desires on to the Florida Film Festival in April, 2011. This is an Oscar-qualifying festival, so a win here would get us in front of the Academy Awards people. Wish us luck, and thanks Patrice!
Project Twenty1, a non-profit organization dedicated to nurturing regional filmmakers, is trying to raise money to hold a Red Carpet Awards Ceremony at the 2010 Project Twenty1 Film Festival next weekend in Philadelphia. Time is running short, and they’re still looking to reach their goal of $1,250. Can you help? Even a donation of just $20 would mean the world to 57 teams of filmmakers and their community.
For more information and to donate, please visit this page: http://www.indiegogo.com/redcarpet2010
If you can afford more than $20, there are some great reward items available, including t-shirts and DVD’s. And please mention this to people you may know who can. We really appreciate your help! Thanks!
Carol Fritz of Philadelphia, PA has sponsored Immoral Desires on to the Slamdance Film Festival in January, 2011. Carol has a supporting role in Immoral Desires as “Doris Wishman”. This is an Oscar-qualifying festival, so a win here would get us in front of the Academy Awards people. Wish us luck, and thanks Carol!
Immoral Desires is entered into the 2011 Slamdance Film Festival, thanks to Carol Fritz, and the 2011 Ann Arbor Film Festival, thanks to Rick Slade. These are both Oscar-qualifying film festivals, so our goal of getting an Academy Award nomination is just a little bit closer. Thanks to you both for your support!
There are still a number of film festivals left, too many for us to pay all the entry fees. Will you help by sponsoring us to just one festival?