World Premier of Money & Life: Seattle, March 20!

We have some big news today.

We are so pleased to announce the world premier of Money & Life, which will take place at the SIFF Uptown Theater in Seattle, Washington on March 20 at 7pm. After the screening, filmmaker Katie Teague will take questions at the theater. Following the screening and Q&A, there will be a reception at a nearby bar, details TBA.

If you are in the Seattle area, please get your tickets now.

If you aren’t in Seattle, you can help get the word out. You can forward this post to friends, family and colleagues you know in the area. Here’s a short note about the film to give them some context:

M&L is a passionate and inspirational essay-style documentary that that asks a provocative question: can we see the economic crisis not as a disaster, but as a tremendous opportunity?  This cinematic odyssey connects the dots on our current economic pains and offers a new story of money based on an emerging paradigm of planetary well-being that understands all of life as profoundly interconnected.

You can also share our Facebook event page on your timeline or to specific friends in and around Seattle. It’s still important that people buy tickets for the event, but Facebook is a great engagement tool to keep people informed.

We’ve also included a small image file for the promotional poster that you can use however you see fit (on the web or to print out).

We’re so excited for this moment, and we hope you are, too. Thank you for everything you’ve brought to the making of the film. Let’s all join together and build a lot of buzz as the film will be widely available very soon.

Also, here is the calendar of other premiers. We’ll be ready to provide tickets to these events very soon!

March 26: Tucson

April 10: San Francisco

April 11: Oakland

April 19: New York City

We are also planning dates and venues for the following cities: Boston, Washington DC, Chicago and Denver and/or Boulder.

Stay tuned!


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