In May, Becoming Eddie screened online at both the Chicago Comedy Film Festival and the D.C. Asian Pacific American Film Festival.
We are proud to announce that we will be screening in the Shorts Competition at Bentonville Film Festival.
From Bentonville Film Festival’s Press release on July 22: “The Bentonville Film Foundation today announced their spotlight and competition program of independent feature films, shorts, and episodic titles for the 2020 Bentonville Film Festival, August 10-16. Co-founded by Academy Award®-winning actor Geena Davis, and supported by Founding Sponsor, Walmart and Presenting Sponsor, Coca-Cola, BFF is a one-of-a-kind event, uniquely dedicated to championing underrepresented voices in film, entertainment and media. The 6th annual film festival will be presented as a hybrid structure, pairing digital screenings, panels and events alongside select on-the-ground premieres and conversations.”
BECOMING EDDIE is screening as part of the Chicago Comedy Film Festival from May 11-16. Our film is featured as part of their 86-minute “Trappers and Explorers” Shorts Program, playing online now. Come for BECOMING EDDIE but stay for the whole show!
We’re stuck inside for COVID-19 but it doesn’t have to be all beans, bread and pasta!
In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month during May 2020, BECOMING EDDIE is available for streaming online through the DC Asian American Film Festival. For a limited time only, see the film in its entirety at https://www.apafilm.org/films/becoming-eddie, using the password: DCAPA2020.
Don’t wait because the film is only available for a short time before it gets tucked away again!
Please watch, share and spread the word so that we all can become Eddie!
We have a new poster! Designed by the incredibly talented Mauricio Abril, our poster has a minimalist look, featuring the haircut, glasses, and Walkman-type cassette player of our main character Yong. It is, in some ways, an homage to the classic work of Saul Bass, who was the premiere main title and poster designer of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.