We've said it before and we'll say it again; there really is no place like home! And how clear this statement rings when it comes to sharing your art with those around you!

Held at the recently remodeled AMC Painter's Crossing in West Chester, this screening marked our return to the West Chester area after spending the previous nine months screening the film around the United States and abroad. So needless to say, we were extremely excited to head back to West Chester for this special Thanksgiving break screening!

With the remodel of the AMC Painter's Crossing came an entirely new screening experience than anything we have done before. As with many theaters across the country, this particular theatre recently began selling dinner and drinks to accompany their screenings, so we were excited for this unique screening opportunity.

The night began as guests piled into the AMC lobby, a nice mixture of friends, family, and West Chester locals who missed our screening the first time around back in February. It was great for our team to see our local fans continue to support our work, even after being away for the majority of the year.

The film was well received with a mixture of laughter, and some hollowing silences when things got serious. As the film came to a close and the lights turned up, we took to the stage for a nice intimate Q & A session.

With both our producer Tommy and writer/director Graham in the house, there was much to be said about the exciting roller coaster ride of our time both creating the film and exhibiting it throughout the year. As the Q&A came to a close and guests left the building, our team was more than happy with this turnout to our homecoming event.

A huge thanks to everyone who made it out not only for this screening, but for all of our screenings throughout the course of the year. We're excited to keep the ball rolling into 2016!

Until next time--
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