Friday, November 18, 2005

Christmas in the Clouds

CHRISTMAS IN THE CLOUDS-- the first Native American romantic comedy-- is set to open nationwide the week after Thanksgiving! After an initial run in California (plus Gallup and Farmington, NM), this award-winning holiday film will open in 12 more states on Dec. 2 and Dec. 9. The movie is featured in the Dec. issue of Oprah Magazine (p. 62)! "The upshot: a funny, spirited December charmer that will put you in a festive mood without leaving you with Jingle Bells overload." Also, on Nov. 23 look for us in "Indian Country Today" on Nov.23 and listen for us on the national radio call-in show "Native America Calling."

For more about this delightful family film and its innovative campaign for
school fundraisers.

http://www.christmasintheclouds.com

This is it, folks our chance to put the Native community on the national map! But the film has no budget for advertising so word-of-mouth is absolutely essential.
BUY TICKETS and FILL SEATS. Let's show Hollywood how it's done!

Theaters subject to change. Check your local listings.

NOW PLAYING: Los Angeles, CA (Loews Beverly Center)-Monterey, CA (Nickelodeon 4?)-San Jose, CA (Camera 12)-San Luis Obispo, CA (Palm?)-Santa Rosa, CA(Rialto Cinemas Lakeside?)-Gallup,NM(Aztec)-Farmington, NM(Allen 8?) NOV. 23 -Bismarck, ND (Grand Bismarck)
NOV. 25 -Roosevelt, UT (Roosevelt) DEC. 2 -Anchorage, AK (Century 16)/Kayenta, AZ (Black Mesa)/Phoenix, AZ (Harkins Shea Scottsdale, Regal Scottsdale Pavilions)/Prescott, AZ (Frontier Valley)/Tucson, AZ (Century El Con)/Yuma, AZ (Main Street Cinema)/Chicago,
IL (AMC River East)/Lincoln, NE (Art Cinema)/Gallup, NM (Aztec)/Philadelphia,PA (Ritz, Ritz Voorhies, AMC Hamilton, AMC Neshaminy)/Austin, TX (RegalArbor)/Dallas, Angelika)/Yakima, WA (Yakima Cinema)

DEC. 9-Minneapolis, MN (Landmark Edina)-Alburquerque, NM (Century Rio)/Santa Fe, NM-Oklahoma City, OK (AMC Quail Springs)/Tulsa, OK (AMC Southroads)/Park City, UT (Holiday)/Seattle, WA (Loews Meridien, LincolnBellevue)/Milwaukee, WI (Ridge 20)/Tomah, WI (Marcus Ho-Chunk)

Go see this movie when it hits your city! The reviews are in and everything is positive.
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