We hope you made it
to one of these Knee Deep Screenings:
Rooftop Film Festival
Saturday, July 12, 9pm
On the roof of The Old American Can Factory, 232 3rd Street at the corner of 3rd Avenue (Gowanus, Brooklyn)
True/False Film Fest
Saturday, March 1, 7pm
Little Ragtag Theatre
Sunday, March2, 9am
Reel Gone Roundup
(brunch, hoedown, auction, and Knee Deep!
Big Sky Documentary Film Festival
Thursday, February 14, 7pm
Wilma Theater, 1
Cucalorus Film Festival
Saturday, November 10, 7:30pm
Thalian Black Theater
Paley Center DocFest
The Full Frame Institute Presents Knee Deep
Saturday, October 27; 4:30 pm
Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival
Saturday, Oct 20, 9:20 PM
Thursday, Oct 25, 10:27 AM
Hollywood Film Festival
Friday, October 19, 3:00PM
Mill Valley Film Festival
Sat. Oct 6 , Sequoia Theatre, 12:00 PM
Tue. Oct 9 , Smith Rafael Film Center, 6:00 PM
Camden Film Festival
Friday, September 28, 12:00 PM
Bayview Street Cinema
The Woods Hole Film Festival, Falmouth, Mass.
Monday, July 30, 9:00pm, Redfield Auditorium
The Maine International Film Festival, Waterville
Saturday, July 14, 3:30pm, Waterville Opera House
Sunday, July 15, 6:30 pm, Waterville Opera House
Friday, July 20, 9:30pm Railroad Square Cinema
Full Frame Documentary Film Festival
Friday, April 13, 12:00 PM , Cinema One, Durham (filmmaker attending)
Florida Film Festival
Sunday 3/25/07 2:30pm Regal Winter Park Village
Tuesday 3/27/07 9:15pm Enzian Theater
(filmmaker at The Enzian)
Knee Deep was also selected to
participate in the Emerging
Pictures/Full Frame digital extension of the Full Frame Festival,
making it available to over a dozen
theatrical venues around the country
while the festival was in progress.
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Knee Deep held its work-in-progress screening at the Frontier Cafe Cinema Gallery in Brunswick,Maine. Owner Michael “Gil” Gilroy made his beautiful new space available for a great night of film, food, and feedback. If you live anywhere near the Frontier, you owe it to yourself to check out this great addition to Maine’s art scene. http://www.explorefrontier.com/
Heartwrenching and amazing.
Rural Maine, this world is one I know well, and you’ve nailed it.
This story needed to be told. Thank you!
Touching and humorous.
Really nice how it portrays farm life which is disappearing quickly.
I can’t objectively critique this movie since I live and work on a dairy farm. It broke my heart.
I was captivated! A very sensitive depiction of rural/isolated lives.