Francis of Brooklyn Fundraiser for Holy Trinity’s Neighborhood Center

FrancispostcardCHTFrancis of Brooklyn headlines a fundraiser for the Church of the Holy Trinity’s Neighborhood Center Saturday, October 1, 2016, starting at 6PM, at 316 E 88th St., NY, NY 10128

‘The Holy Trinity Neighborhood Center serves our hungry, homeless, and less fortunate neighbors through direct outreach and interactions on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York. The Neighborhood Center runs four major community outreach programs: Neighborhood Saturday Supper, the Shelter, Senior Lunch, and the Thanksgiving Project.’

Donations are accepted, including ‘a gently used winter coat, $$, or your presence’.

OBIT at the Tribeca Film Festival!

Tribeca-Film-Festival-poster-618x400OBIT will have its world premiere April 17th at the Tribeca Film Festival!

“Within the storied walls of The New York Times, a team of writers is entrusted with reflecting upon the lives of luminaries, icons, and world leaders of our day. Often hours before newspaper hits doorstep—and the world’s eyes devour words marking the end of a momentous life–endless detail is gathered and impossible choices must be made.”



“Wendell and the Lemon” Official Selection of SF IndieFest 2016



We are proud to announce “Wendell and the Lemon” is an Official Selection at the San Francisco IndieFest 2016!

The film, nominated for Best Narrative Feature, screens at the ROXIE, San Francisco’s oldest continually operating theater:

SATURDAY, FEB. 20, 7:00 PM & THURSDAY, FEB 25, 9:15 PM.

“Lawrence Krauser’s Slamdance hit Wendall and the Lemon is unlike any film you have encountered and based on the directors novel Lemon, the first novel to be published by McSweeney’s Books. Recovering from a recent break-up, our zesty protagonist Wendell (Todd D’Amour) finds a lonely lemon on the street that quickly upends his entire life. Soon they are going on dates, long walks and snuggling in bed. Unable to separate himself from his citrus companion, he struggles with his co-workers unease and the realization that his beloved is beginning to decay.”
-Jennifer Junkyard Morris (SF IndieFest)