Tuesday, March 29, 2011

"Southern Stories" - Savannah & Recap

The last stop for Southern Stories was the beautiful Lucas Theatre in Savannah, Georgia. We ended our tour with a fantastic screening--beautiful spring weather, excellent projection and sound, an audience of over 100, and a lovely reception at a nearby restaurant. Thanks to Meaghan and all the staff at the Lucas for a great night!

Now that we've returned from our tour across the Southeast, here's a final accounting, of sorts of our Southern Circuit Tour that I think says it all:

5437 miles traveled
900 minutes of film screened
24 plates of soul food and bbq consumed
21 friends seen (including 8 not seen in 10+ years)
20 days of touring
18 news articles
12 screenings
11 official screenings
10 airports (including ATL six times)
9 art-related gifts received (4 books, 3 DVDs, 1VHS tape, and a painted egg)
8 combined hours of flight time
7 states
6 cars rented
5 dollars won at a casino in Biloxi, MS
4 pounds of crawfish eaten in one sitting
3 film workshops conducted with students
2 stops at musician gravesites
1 tornado avoided

If you'd like to stay in touch with us post-tour, please head on our over to the Self-Reliant Film website, where our adventures in regional, DIY filmmaking continue!

Screening Venue in Montgomery, ALManship Theatre