Dear Bookers and Programmers,

I'm pleased to announce that For They Know Not What They Do will premiere on Virtual Cinema during Pride Month, beginning Friday, June 12. One of the best publicity agencies in the country, 42 West, has been engaged to help spread word about the opening. Please consider adding this amazing film to your offerings on that date!

Meanwhile, our first virtual offering, A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps will open on May 22. This enlightening documentary about America's signature effort in bringing the citizens of the world together is a welcome counterbalance to the fear and uncertainty we're facing today.

Our ticket price for each title will be $10, and the platform will be VHX.

Marc Mauceri
917-584-8816 |

From the director of the landmark
the Bible
Tells Me So comes a new documentary that explores the intersection of religion, sexual orientation and gender identity in present day America.
(6/12/20 launch; 91 minuets, color, 2019)

Winner of Audience Awards
at Atlanta, Seattle, Ft. Lauderdale,
Rochester, Phoenix & Warsaw Film Festivals

"In this vital, authentic follow-up to
For the Bible Tells Me So, filmmaker
Daniel Karslake returns a decade later
to the religious right, embittered by the Supreme Court's Obergefell decision and emboldened by the rise of Trump.
Heartbreaking - and inspirational."
-The Advocate

"Compelling and deeply emotional impact not many docs can equal."
-The Hollywood Reporter

In 1961, JFK gave young Americans the opportunity to serve their country in a new way by forming the Peace Corps. This new documentary, narrated by Annette Bening, explores the story of the Corps - taking viewers on a journey of what it means to be a global citizen.
(5/22/20 launch; 107 minuets, color, 2019)

"Enlightening and uplifting.
A Towering Task puts a human face on the Peace Corps - and makes sense of its history of idealism, improvisation, politics, and at times its failings. It is the most coherent and satisfying documentary I know of the Peace Corps, and I can't imagine a better one."

- Paul Theroux, Travel Writer & Novelist

Watch the Trailer
More Films Available for Virtual Cinema Bookings
City Dreamers  Now Available!

Joseph Hillel's new documentary explores how four trailblazing architects – all female – have helped transform the city of today and tomorrow.

Phyllis Lambert, Blanche Lemco van Ginkel, Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, Denise Scott Brown have collaborated with some of the leading figures in architecture, from Le Corbusier to Louis Kahn and Mies van der Rohe, while finding their own voices in the male-dominated world of architecture.

"An inspiring film...a love-letter to the field of architecture itself."
-In The Seats

You Go To My Head  Now Available!

In a desolate stretch of the Sahara, a mysterious car accident leaves a   young woman lost and alone. Jake, a reclusive architect, finds her and drives her to the nearest doctor, to discover that she's suffering from amnesia. Intoxicated by the woman's beauty, Jake claims to be her husband and takes her to his remote desert home to recuperate.

"CRITIC'S PICK! A mysteriously elusive romance. Sensual cinematography. Teasingly luscious." -The New York Times

"Every frame of this psychological thriller proves visually stunning to behold." -The Hollywood Reporter
Coming to Real Cinemas
Sunken Roads: Three Generations After D-Day

Don McCarthy was 20 years old on D-Day, when his infantry division landed on Omaha Beach. Don and other D-Day veterans will someday soon have passed into memory and legend. This realization inspires filmmaker Charlotte Juergens to join Don and seven other D-day vets on a journey to France - a commemorative pilgrimage for the 70th anniversary of the invasion.

In capturing their stories, Sunken Roads offers a new, intergenerational perspective on D-Day, presenting the memories of 90-year-old combat veterans through the eyes of a 20-year-old woman.

Scheduled to open August 14 in New York City!

Koshien: Japan's Field of Dreams

Baseball is life for the die-hard competitors in the 100th annual Koshien, Japan's wildly popular national high school baseball championship. But for Coach Mizutani and his players, cleaning the grounds and greeting their guests are equally important as honing their baseball skills. In this dramatic and intimate journey to the heart of the Japanese national character, will those acts add up to victory or prove a relic of the past?

Ema Ryan Yamazaki's previous film was Monkey Business: the Adventures of Curious George's Creators.

Opening Fall 2020!
For screening links and more information please contact Marc Mauceri

917-584-8816 |

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