“Choose”, a film I co-produced last year about a man who has to choose between saving the life of his beloved wife or unborn child, is having its European premiere this week at the Oldenburg Film Festival, referred by press and industry such as the Cannes Market News and “The Sundance of Europe” .
This film is dedicated in Memory of Liza Ringer-Chance and in addition to receiving a world-wide festival tour, it is being used to raise money for various cancer charities including Susan G Komen, Ronald McDonald House, and The Lustgarten Foundation.
After missing “Choose” receive its Hollywood Premiere at LAShortsfest last month, I’m really bummed that I have to miss it again in lovely Oldenberg. But with our own festival just around the corner, I couldn’t bare to leave my Project Twenty1 boys & girls hanging here in Philadelphia while I drink German beer. “Gute Reise” to the rest of the “Choose” team, including the most amazing director, Robbie Bryan, who made time to judge 50 films for our 21-Day Filmmaking Competition before his departure. (He’s a pretty awesome dude).
For those who happen to be in Germany, “Choose” is playing at CinemaxX 7 on September 18, 2011 at 12:00, D-26122 Oldenburg. You can purchase tickets online here.