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David Paterson to lecture at the
Savannah Film Festival
October 25th thru November 2nd
EYE OF THE SPIRAL
WORLD PREMIERE AT
THE BIG APPLE FILM FESTIVAL
NOVEMBER 8, 2014
NOW ON DEMAND and ITUNES
(Premiering on PBS September 30th)
DON'T STOP BELIEVIN': EVERYMAN'S JOURNEY
Arcady Bay is a producer for "Everyman's Journey", the story of the band Journey's discovery of a lead singer via YouTube and Arnel Pineda's journey from unknown nightclub singer in the Philippines to front man of one of the world's favorite rock and roll bands.
CURRENTLY ON THE STARZ CHANNEL THRU 2013
David Paterson's 2005 SUNDANCE hit LOVE LUDLOW is currently rerunning on the STARZ Channel!!
For the airing schedule, click on the link below:
CURRENTLY IN RELEASE
"Love, Lots of It" has secured distribution through SHORTS INTERNATIONAL. It will soon be available for download through iTunes.
ARCADY BAY ENTERTAINMENT
RIO DI JANERO FILM FESTIVAL
October 1st thru October 5th
ABE Co-Founder David Paterson Guest Lecturer at this years festival
David was awarded the IFP/Latin American Training Council RioMarket Fellowship
Katherine Paterson passes the Torch:
Library of Congress Ambassador
hands reigns over to Walter Dean Myers.
Author Walter Dean Myers named new ambassador for youth literature
BY KELSI LOOS
WASHINGTON -- The Library of Congress on Tuesday named Walter Dean Myers, an award-winning author, the third national ambassador for young people's literature.
Myers, who credits reading with saving him from the pitfalls of a disadvantaged upbringing, began his professional writing career in 1969 with "Where Does the Day Go?" a picture book about a father-son trip to the park. He is perhaps best known for his young adult novels, including the New York Times bestseller "Monster" and "Somewhere in the Darkness," which won multiple awards, including the Newbery Honor and the Coretta Scott King award.
He now joins the previous ambassadors, Jon Scieszka and Katherine Paterson, in their quest to promote the importance of children's books and to encourage reading among youth. Both appeared with him at a ceremony Tuesday at the Library of Congress.
Katherine Paterson, author of Bridge to Terabithia and David Paterson who wrote the screenplay and produced Bridge were interviewed recently about the film. Click here or on the picture below to watch the interview.
Click on Sundance Interview to see a YouTube video of David's interview with RealTvFilms.com at 2010 Sundance.
OPEN AIR TO BE DISTRIBUTED THROUGH SHORTS INTERNATIONAL in 2014
"Open Air," a critically aclaimed short film which stars Lynn Cohen, whose credits include "Munich" and "Sex in the City." "Open Air" was screened at over 50 filmfestivals throughout the world, winning numerous awards.