‘If I Had Wings to Fly’ showing in Eugene, Oregon

If I Had Wings to Fly will be screening in Eugene, OR at the University of Oregon on Friday, September 26th from 6-8pm, in room 110 of Willamette Hall.

Bruno Seraphin will be there attempting to be clever and informative during a brief Q+A. Unfortunately, co-Director Harrison Topp will not be able to make it. Come! Tell your friends! It’s free!

Poster still being tinkered with.
Poster still being tinkered with.

If I Had Wings to Fly screening in Montague, MA

Easily the most difficult state to spell.
Massachusetts: the most difficult state to spell.

Our film goes farther north than ever before! It will be shown at the Montague Grange (36 Main Street) on Saturday, January 19 at 7 PM.

There will be a square dance and a live band following the film, with caller Jeff Golay. $5-15 at the door. Unfortunately, Harrison and I will not be able to make it for a Q+A.


Feel free to get in touch with the organizer, Colleen, at [email protected]

Kazoo Films strikes Historic Accord with Inner City Organic Pictures

OK, maybe that’s overstating it. But we have found a new friend in the world of film-making.

Filmmaker Brian Paul Higgins’ multiple award-winning project, Cure for the Crash, is a fellow DIY road movie that blends fiction and non-fiction elements. He’s been selling his DVD’s at public markets in New Orleans, and now he’s going to be selling our film, too.

Cure for the Crash – the Art of Train Hoppin’

Check it out here: http://www.cureforthecrash.com/home.html

You can buy both films at the French Market in the Quarter every day, and nights on Frenchmen Street!

Our films rock a similar DVD packaging style

Film Screening This Friday in Downtown Marshall

Come on up to Marshall this Friday night (November 2nd) for a screening of If I Had Wings to Fly at Good Stuff on Main Street!

It sure does.

When Harrison and I first moved to Marshall, Good Stuff was primarily a health food store. They sold a wide variety of teas, as well as some local crafts, and I think you could rent movies. Since then, they have expanded to be a sandwich shop, and a great film and music venue. They moved out of their smaller location and into an old church. Good Stuff continues to be a major social and cultural hub of Madison County! They rock!

Admission is free. We will be sharing the evening with an Old Time Jam (and maybe a square dance or two), as well as an opening for local artist Joe Dudasik. Food and beverage, music, dancing, art and film. Can’t beat it!

If I Had Wings to Fly starts at 7 PM.

The film-makers will be there for a quick Q+A, and we will have DVD’s and posters for sale. Spread the word!

Three Upcoming Screenings!

Oh baby!

November 2nd: Good Stuff in downtown Marshall, NC

November 5th: Eastern Carolina University, Greenville, NC

November 8th: Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC

Some combination of filmmakers Harrison and Bruno, and star Forrest Oliphant will be present to do a Q+A at each screening. See you there!

If I Had Wings to Fly now available for Download!

You heard right. There is a suggested donation of $15 for a full download. Think…..in mere minutes you can be watching If I Had Wings to Fly in your own home! Technology!!

I got this on google images by searching for “magic computer.”

(For $20 you can order a DVD that comes with special features, handmade packaging and a note from the filmmakers, but it will invariably lack the instant gratification of a download).