Sorry, Thanks made its NY premiere at BAMcinemaFEST last night, to a packed house! Thank you to everyone who turned out—we were blown away by the audience energy and response.
And we were lucky enough to have Kenya (lead actress extraordinaire!)—not to mention Kenya’s family, who came up from D.C.—out from San Francisco, and with us for the screening and Q&A, as well as the hilarious, bespectacled Moshe Kasher (”Andrew” in the film, not to be confused with Andrew Bujalski, who plays “Mason,” also hilarious and bespectacled).
If you were in the BAM audience and liked the film, please declare yourself “a fan” by joining Sorry, Thanks on Facebook! Or sign up for our mailing list (on our homepage)—we’ll notify you only of cool things. Like Sorry, Thanks screenings elsewhere in the country (tell your out-of-state friends!), upcoming bonus footage (we have a little Sorry, Thanks comedy short that we’ll set free sometime soon—kind of like a little rascal cousin to the film proper), etc.
And BAMcinemaFEST continues until July 2nd! If you live in NYC, we really encourage you to check it out and support the dedicated filmmakers whose work is included in this incredible line-up. 2009 is the inaugural festival, and it’s already pretty darn amazing. Can’t wait for BAMcinemaFEST 2010!
Thanks again Brooklyn & BAM!
New York audiences are the best. We’re not just saying that because we live here.
—DIA & LAUREN