“The Day My Parents Became Cool” To Premiere In Sedona

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Area resident Steve Edmiston, Writer/Director of the short “The Day My Parents Became Cool,” which was filmed in Burien and Normandy Park, tells us that his film’s official “World Premiere” will be at the Sedona International Film Festival Feb. 24th through March 1st.

The festival, located in Sedona, Arizona will showcase 135 films in a range of categories on six screens, and will feature appearances by TCM’s Robert Osborne, Jane Seymour and others.

If you feel like heading on down to sunny AZ for this, you can get ticket info here.

More info on “The Day My Parents Became Cool,” including photos, available at its MySpace Page.


B-Town Blog video shot at the “sneak peek” on Dec. 7th:

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