Nudged is scheduled to be shown at the LanTex Theater in Llano on Friday, September 11th. There will be a wine and snacks reception at 6:30 pm and the film will begin at 7:30 pm with Q&A afterwards.
The folks at Llano are excited to show Nudged. They have a cool old Texas movie house and Nudged was created to be shown in cool old Texas movie houses. Llano is 85 miles from Wimberley. So you can get home that night or spend the night. The lodging options in Llano are shown at Llano Lodging.
The LanTex Theater web site has Information and Driving Directions.
For Nudged this is the second picture show and not the last (of course the premiere was at the wonderful Corral Theater).
If you look closely at the photo on the right, you will see some shiny places. That is the light reflecting off the cellophane shrink-wrap. This is the proof copy of the commercially-produced DVD of Nudged.
Actually, that is the FIRST proof copy. I needed to make some changes and review a second proof copy before it was finally ready for y’all to see.
The DVD includes the whole film and the outtakes reel. It may be purchased from CreateSpace. Any one reading this page can purchase the DVD for the cost of making and mailing the disk by entering the discount code (VZ6V4T98) when asked during the checkout process.
Nudged is available for streaming rental to your TV from Amazon Instant Video. Check out the sidebar on the right and click where it says, “Nudged – Follow at IMDb.” Click on the link where it says, “Watch Now.”
The DVD is also available for purchase from amazon.com at the full price of twelve dollars. When you go to Amazon, enter “nudged 2015” in the Search window.
Fundraiser Update – The fundraiser described below, raised $1154. The Barnabus Connection was having a matching funds drive at the time, so it looks like our end donation will be $2308! I counted 64 people in attendance. It was a most pleasant and relaxing afternoon.
Recent record breaking flash floods in the Wimberley valley have caused massive damage and loss of many homes. We are organizing a fundraiser to assist people in re-building their homes and lives.
Nudged will be shown at the Sanctuary in the Village on Sunday, June 7th. Doors open at 2:30 pm and the movie begins at 3 pm. It is 1 hour and 36 minutes long. The director, composer and probably other cast and crew will be in attendance to chat about making movies in Wimberley. The Sanctuary in the Village is at 501 Old Kyle Rd. and is located in the old Baptist Church.
All proceeds (100%) will go to the Barnabas Connection and be used to assist Wimberley residents who are recovering from the recent flooding. Barnabas is local non-profit organization and has partnered with the State Disaster Relief Coordinator to disburse funds to Wimberley Valley residents.
Admission is five dollars at the door. Refreshments will be available on a love offering basis. There are some chairs, but bring a chair and your own drinks.
More information: http://www.facebook.com/sanctuaryinthevillage.
Above is a panoramic photograph of the audience at the Corral Theater on the evening of the premiere of Nudged. A review of the film appeared in both the Wimberley View and the San Marcos Record. We have been working on the preparation of the release DVD and the streaming version. Details of the availability of these products will be forth coming as soon as possible.
It’s raining this morning. With thunder. And it has been raining like this for the last two weeks. Last night, however, there was no rain during the premiere of Nudged. Many people were affirming “no rain” and it was made so. Also, the new digital projector at the Corral Theater had been malfunctioning during tests all week, but last night it worked perfectly. Nudged on the big screen looked and sounded wonderful (and I’m an unbiased observer, right?).
A few photos are below. There is a whole album of premiere pics on my Facebook page. My trusty Assistant Director, Andrea Ballentine, tried to get a shot of everyone there. Go to the album. If you are not tagged already, please tag yourself and add more photos if you wish. There were about 120 people at the premiere. It was an evening of movie magic.
Audience listens to Rodger
People never sit in the front rows
Judith Driscoll (one of the extras in the party scene) talks with Carla Daws (who plays Mary)
Our intrepid photographer, Andrea Ballentine
The movie deals with some classic themes and some new-age; a pleasant combination for a local film. “Nudged” plays a sort of soft ambient music throughout and has its moments of delightful humor and dark themes as well. What rings especially true is the happenings of everyday small-town life and the effects we all have on one another’s lives.”
— from the film review written by Candice Bruselas, Features Editor
Just in time for the premiere, the first review of Nudged was published in the San Marcos Daily Record this morning. Get your digital copy now! The review will also appear in the Wimberley View on Thursday, May 14, 2015. With the permission of the newspaper you can download a PDF of the review: Review in the San Marcos Daily Record. A new still from the film: Mary (Carla Daws) and Paul (John Daws) discuss math-in-art at the Bent Tree Gallery.
Run out and get today’s Wimberley View. Then, turn to page 7 and see the article about the upcoming world premiere of Nudged on May 14, 2015. It features two photos showing Nina (Celeste Coburn) talking with Mary (Carla Daws), and Rusty (Jason Foreman) kidnapping Rose (Tiffany Patch).
Also, mentioned in the article were the businesses that kindly allowed us to film in their facilities: Bent Tree Gallery, Calley’s Jewelry, King Feed and Hardware, Heart of Texas Yoga.
Next week there will be a review of Nudged in the Thursday edition. Our thanks to Dalton Sweat, Editor, and Candice Brusuelas, Features Editor, at the Wimberley View.
Below some of the cast and crew shooting in a cold green screen studio on a Winter’s day. Left to right: John Daws, Sarah Pennington, Jason Marion, Celeste Coburn, Carla Daws, Rob Mahoney, Jane Knaus, Jay Pennington, Andrea Ballentine, Dan Richards and Jason Foreman. Andrea is holding a memory slate for Sarah Jones, a crew member on another film in another place who died.