Recently, Dawn and Jon Pousette-Dart were interviewed for an article for the Columbia Journal called, “Get Real: More Than the Title of a Song.” Written by Carla Stockton, who writes a semi-weekly piece about life in Manhattan for the Columbia University publication, “Catch and Release.” it features some great information on all of Dawn and Jon’s history, as well as new projects that are on the way.
Read the write up here: (http://catchandrelease.columbiajournal.org/?p=4466)
Ms. Stockton, nonfiction editor of Issue #53, is a lifelong on-and-off New Yorker, who, after living for 13 years in exile in the southwest desert, brings a returnee’s perspective to the city. As a fully licensed sightseeing guide, she has a particular intimacy with the area and is never reluctant to share it with others. Carla’s semi-weekly column will discuss people, places and events in and around Manhattan. Follow her here.
We have launched a campaign to raise the funds for the editing of our documentary, Forget Me Not!
There are various levels of donations with perks for each donation level. Help us out to reach our goal of $20,000!
Here is the link to our campaign page…check it out!
here’s the link to a music video of an award winning song we wrote for the film called “Who I AM”
Brooklyn’s TIKI BAR presents CINEMA NIGHT
Forget-me-not’s film release is approaching! We’re steadily building up momentum and spreading the word through screenings, talk-backs, and press releases!!!
Come tonight to have a good time, share some laughs, and support Forget-me-not and other locally made films at the Tiki Bar’s Cinema Night!
885 B 4th Ave btw 33rd and 34th st – Brookyln
LIVE PERFORMANCES $$ CASH PRIZE RAFFLE
$5 entry – Drink specials at the show
Come and see some of NY based filmmakers work! Q & A to follow.
Dawn Young, Alysia Reiner, Sonia Gonzalez-Martinez,
Julio Antonio Toro, Damian Bailey, Marquis Smalls,
Micheal Forstein, B.J Aramayo, Tony Clomax
Hosted by Frances Lozada & Gil Pizarro from Fade to Black Productions, New York.
For future shows and film entries, email email@example.com
Don’t Miss it! See you there!
Directions: Take the D, M, N, or R to 36th st. Walk two blocks on 4th ave. to 34th st.
Next Thursday on March 31st, Artists’ for Alzheimer’s and the I’m Still Here Foundation are holding a short festival of film for people with Alzheimer’s and their families, friends, and caregivers. Short clips from classic films will be screened and discussion and reminiscing will be had. Here’s another opportunity to join this community together, have a great time and make great memories. Download and print the announcement flyer for a handy reminder.
Where: Tribeca Cinemas – 54 Varick Street – Soho
When: Thursday, March 31st, from 11 am to 1 pm.
How much: FREE admission and complimentary popcorn and drinks!
The Forget Me Not film production team will be in attendance as well and hopes to see you there! Post below and let us know if you plan on attending.
Due to the great interest in our music video for the song “Who I Am” on the subject of Alzheimer’s we have set up a way for folks to make donations towards the completion of our feature length documentary on the same topic. In the absence of any cause or cure breakthroughs to date, in this doc we are concentrating on practical ways for caregivers to cope and successfully stay connected as best as possible with their loved ones affected by this disease in their long and often lonely journey. In addition, we will empower caregivers with ways to stay healthy and strong in order to deal both with the incredible burden of caregiving and with the prevention of Alzheimer’s in their own bodies.
Donate through the non profit New York Women in Film and Television here:
Due to the great interest in our music video for the song “Who I Am” on the subject of Alzheimer’s we have set up a way for folks to make donations towards the completion of our feature length documentary on the same topic. In the absence of any cause or cure breakthroughs to date, in this doc we are concentrating on practical ways for caregivers to cope and successfully stay connected as best as possible with their loved ones affected by this disease in their long and often lonely journey. In addition, we will empower caregivers with ways to stay healthy and strong in order to deal both with the incredible burden of caregiving and with the keeping potential Alzheimer’s at bay in their own bodies.
I’m doing the Little Red Lighthouse 5.86 mile swim Saturday September 26th in the Hudson River for FUN !!!? …but also as a joint fundraiser for both:
1. the production of our upcoming Alzheimer’s documentary, “Forget Me Not”. Here’s a song from the doc that Jon Pousette-Dart and I wrote with Jamie Kyle for you to check out while you’re here! (click “Listen-Who I Am” link way at the top of the page above the banner) It’s getting great reviews!
2. for the Manhattan Island Foundation (Founded as a 501c3 in 1993, the Manhattan Island Foundation (MIF) organizes the swim events to help further its goals of supporting and expanding public Learn-to-Swim programs throughout New York City, particularly those that serve at-risk youth, as well as raising awareness of the waters that surround New York by supporting efforts to clean and protect them.)
Donations may be made online (preferred), by mail, or via wire transfer and it’s tax deductible. Online donors should follow the directions below to ensure that their gifts are credited correctly.
Go to the donate form for Dawn Young at: https://www.nycswim.org/About/DonateForm.aspx?from=UserBio&Swimmer_ID=109426&Event_ID=1910
Click “Donation” link on User Pre-Register page
Click “Make a Donation” link
You will be selecting the event “Little Red Lighthouse Swim” and “support a swimmer” (that’s me)
thanks so much for your support!!!
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