UPDATE: “The Day My Parents Became Cool” LA Screening

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Megan Joy, left, is Paige and Highline Schools' Superintendent John Welch is Principal Higgens in "The Day My Parents Became Cool."

Area lawyer-turned-filmmaker Steve Edmiston, the Writer/Director behind the locally-produced comedy short “The Day My Parents Became Cool” has sent us this update on how his film is screening in Hollywood this coming week:

Friends –

“The Day My Parents Became Cool” is screening this week in Hollywood!

In addition to our world premiere at the Sedona International Film Festival, we are delighted to be “double-booked” with an official acceptance and two screenings in Hollywood at the 14th International Family Film Festival!

“Our man in Hollywood” representing the film at the IFFF is none other than Peter Weinstein – our wonderful “Dad” in the film. Peter will be attending both LA screenings for Q&A and we thought that many of our cast, crew, and “cool” supporters may want to forward this message to their LA contacts if they want to “show off” our collective efforts!

Also – we will have the additional support on Sunday of being represented in LA by Victor Kepler of EKE Pictures (our “executive-executive producer?”); Victor is flying to LA from Seattle to attend events on Sunday.

The scoop on the screenings:

* Thursday, February 26, at 2:00 pm
* Sunday, March 1, at 2:00 pm

The festival is at the wonderful Raleigh Studios in Hollywood:

Raleigh Studios
5300 Melrose Avenue
Hollywood, CA 90038

Website: iffilmfest.org

A special thanks to Peter and Victor for “representing” at this event; and thanks, and a hearty congrats, to all on the successes so far.


P.S. – if you haven’t already, check out the website and trailer at www.thedaymyparentsbecamecool.com. Very cool start! Updates to come.


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