Welcome to the Future!

Okay, so it’s not quite time for Marty and Doc to arrive from 1985, but at least we’re in the destination year. And in the spirit of staying current, we’re simplifying our usual newsletter template — so hopefully this should read better in a wider variety of email clients (including mobile devices).

First, let’s get a few quick updates out of the way (since it’s been way too long since we sent out an email update).
  • Uke & Trust Me” was honored with a Bronze at this year’s TIVA Peer Awards for Directing - Fiction, Short! We’ve updated the official page — complete with one sheet poster and trailer — and made sure all of the film’s info has been entered into the official IMDb page (so if you worked on the film, this might be a good opportunity to make sure all of your info’s correct).
  • Remorseless” — formerly titled “At Last” — will be screening at the AFI Silver Theatre as part of a special Short Film Showcase to premiere “Apocalypse Rock,” from Star Wipe Films. Not sure if there’s still any way to get a seat (we’ve got two tickets), but if you’re interested, let me know!
  • Alas, the Tohubohu Producer Podcast is on hiatus for now, but there’s still the potential that we’ll post previously-unreleased material, or maybe even revive the podcast if time permits!
Now that those items are out of the way, it’s time once again for the annual call-to-arms for Tohubohu’s 2015 entry in the Washington DC 48 Hour Film Project, taking place over the weekend of May 1–3! If you’ve done this before, you know the drill — we’re looking for cast and crew; experience with us is definitely a plus, but not a requirement (as we welcome new blood). Our production is likely to be based out of the beautiful Del Ray neighborhood in Alexandria, though we may certainly travel to other locations if the need arises. So if you’re up for the challenge, let us know (a) that you’d like to pitch in, and (b) what you can bring to the team. We look forward to hearing from you!