We are truly grateful to American Studies Professor Jeffrey Meikle at the University of Texas, Austin and author of “American Plastic, A Cultural History“, for organizing four departments at UT to sponsor a showing of ATB in the ART Building. From his interview conducted in Austin in 2015, Jeff carries a lot of the historical and biographical aspects of our film.
On Sunday April 23rd at 3p, All Things Bakelite will screen at WorldFest Houston’s 50th Annual International Independent Film Festival. Please join us in celebrating our selection for winning a Remi Award by attending if you live in the greater Houston area.
Click on WorldFest Houston to buy tickets and to learn more about all the other great films screening at the festival. Here is a link to the short film schedule and this link takes you to the other features and event info.
Please note, WorldFest runs from April 21st-30th. Come on down and see some wonderful movies!
Special thanks to everyone helping to make this opportunity possible and for supporting the arts!
Marc Huberman and everyone at Team Bakelite
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Sunday April 23rd, 3:00pm
The AMC Studio 30 – Theater #23
Westheimer at Dunvale
2949 Dunvale Rd, Houston, TX 77063
Team Bakelite would like to thank everyone for attending our FilmFest 52 screening at Bethel Cinema. Special thanks to Dr. Burk Wagner and Dr. Louis Pilato for making the trip to be a part of our Q&A, Tom Carruthers from FilmFest 52, Bethel Cinema and everyone at the Connecticut Film Festival, The Department of Economic and Community Development, Something Fishy Catering, LTD and the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut.
Special thanks to Janis Gibson, Christopher Burns and everyone at The Redding Pilot, for publishing the article. Please click the picture below to read the full story.
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