Saturday, December 09, 2006

Thurs. Night Screening and Radio Interview

Well...our screening on the Dec. 7th was a success! Not in terms of numbers attended (maybe 20-30 people). But, in terms of the quality of the screening, and the same heartfelt, emotional responses we received. Most importantly, Anne Gerber's parents were there all the way from Toledo, OH! They loved it, so I was happy!

Today, I am being interviewd on an internet radio show:

Listen through your computer to (Kevin L. Williams), on
Saturday (Dec. 9th, at 3:27pm, SEGMENT #3) on Jacqueline Marcell's
Internet radio program "Coping with Caregiving" heard free worldwide at:

The discussion will encompass a discussion about making my indie film
"Sandwich". If you miss the live broadcast, the interview will be available for listening-on-demand in the Archives. Listen via Windows Media Player, a free download at the top of the

Jacqueline is the author of "Elder Rage."

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Dec. 7th Screening!!

Yes! We are on again at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas for this Thurs at 7pm!

Please ask your friends and neighbors to come out!

Saturday, December 02, 2006

San Antonio Film Blog

Drew Mayer-Oakes, the San Antonio Film Commissioner wrote some very nice comments about our film on his blog. To see his comments please use this link:

More news...

We should have another screening on Thurs. Dec 7th!! I will find out for sure on Monday. Stay tuned! GOD Bless.

Friday, December 01, 2006


Well, the screening didn't run quite as smooth as the previous ones. We had some audio and visual issues. But, the audience responded to the film anyway just like before. I think people are really connecting with Molly and Evelyn emotionally.

Like one person mentioned to me, it doesn't have to be Alzheimer's the person is dealing with in particular. I think what Molly goes through is universal to many other conditions and circumstances.

On another note...

The website is up and running. The link is below:

Anne Gerber worked very hard on this. I think she said there are still some touches to be made, but hopefully you will enjoy it!