The Exit Bag has been selected for the Lost River Film Festival to be held in San Marcos, Texas on October 17 – 20. This is the second festival selection for The Exit Bag. Interesting Fact on the name of the festival. The 1978 film Piranha was filmed in the San Marcos area. You can find out more about the festival by going to lostriverfilmfest.org,
The Exit Bag has been submitted to the Sunny Side Up Film Festival. The festival will be held in Miami, Oklahoma on March 20-22, 2020. Notification date will be February 2, 2019. This will be the 3rd year for Sunny Side Up.
It is with a heavy heart that we relay the news that Hilton “Doug” Gossman has passed. Doug was the sound assistant and worked the boom mic on The Exit Bag. He was a great guy and had a soft heart, especially when it came to animals. He will be missed. RIP big guy.
The Exit Bag has been submitted to the Red Dirt Film Festival. The festival will be held in Stillwater, Oklahoma on March 6-8, 2020. Notification date will be December 31, 2019. Exit Bag producer/writer Ron Hervey has a tie to this festival as it was the first festival in which his screenplay, Broken Dreams, won top short screenplay. This will be the 7th year for Red Dirt.
Cast and crew on the red carpet after the world premiere of The Exit Bag at the Fort Worth Indie Film Showcase on Saturday, July 27. Mike Pickering, Ashley Pickering, Katharine Marie Espinosa, Juan Espinosa and Ron Hervey. The Exit Bag did not win any awards, but received many good comments from other moviemakers.
The Exit Bag has been submitted to the Florida Comedy Film Festival. Notification date is January 13, 2020. The event will be held on February 7-9, 2020 in BocaRaton/Delray Beach, Florida.
Check back often for info on future submissions and selections.
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