LOS ANGELES – All Things Bakelite, the third documentary feature from director John Maher (Throw it Down), will arrive on multiple digital platforms on June 29 worldwide. In partnership with Bitmax, Executive Producer Hugh Karraker is bringing his great-grandfather Leo Baekeland’s story to six continents via streaming platforms such as iTunes, Apple TV, Google Play, YouTube, VUDU, and more.
On Sunday, November 3rd, 2019, at the Bedford Playhouse Theater, in collaboration with the New Castle, Bedford, and Mount Kisco Historical Societies, will show the award-winning 2018 documentary “All Things Bakelite: The Age of Plastic.”
Following the screening, Executive Producer, Hugh Karraker, and Director, John Maher will discuss the making of the film and answer questions. A Baekeland/Bakelite display of family heirlooms and vintage items will be available for viewing at the event. Please click the link below for tickets.
Team ATB wishes you a joyous Easter and Passover.
Earth Day is this Monday, April 22nd. For the sake of future generations, it’s imperative we live sustainably.
To view our film on public television on Earth Day, April 22 in the greater New York City area – see flyer below. For the state of West Virginia – tune in to your local PBS station.
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Thank you Dolly Curtis and David Schwartz for hosting the ATB Team on David’s show, Railroad Dave Radio, featuring Dolly’s Backstage Buzz at WPKN studios in Bridgeport, CT Sunday night.