We just received notice that Uncounted was accepted into the Globians Film Festival in Potsdam, Germany in August [Road trip? --ed.] with an additional screening in Berlin at Babylon:Mitte, Berlin's preeminent art-house facility, in September.
Uncounted, International Film of Mystery!
But it's not just this one festival that has us excited. Uncounted has been shown by groups like Democrats Abroad at screenings in Germany, France, India, Spain, Mexico, Japan, Cambodia, and England, and individual copies of the DVD have also sold in Belgium, Canada, Netherlands, Ireland, Norway, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Switerland, South Africa, and Egypt. Upcoming international screenings include Melbourne, Australia at The Loop on May 28, Gottingen (Germany), Brussels (Belgium), Oxford and Cambridge (England), and Mubai and Chennai (India). Yeah, baby, yeah!
The Plural of Chad is Chad
Last night, Kevin Spacey was on Countdown with Keith Olbermann to promote Recount, the HBO movie about the Florida recount during the 2000 election. I know Kevin Spacey isn't an expert on all matters electoral, but it was still disappointing that Keith didn't take the interview one step further - the 2008 election. And its not just Olbermann. With all the publicity surrounding Recount, now would be the perfect time for the media to take the national conversation to the next level and ask the most logical follow up questions, 1) Why wasn't our electoral process equipped, as Kevin Spacey says in the interview " to handle margins of victory so small and margins of error so big" in 2000?, and 2) Are we equipped to do so now? Watch the video...