November 26, 2006


Greetings from Amsterdam,

Our first screening, the int'l debute, was packed--huge audience, great crowd, they all seemed to really like the movie. However I realized, for the first time, that the film has an incredible amount of slang language. Bill and Libby especially, they all have their own way of speaking-- so a lot of moments that I always laugh at were a bit confusing to audiece members that speak English as a second language. But it really was a great success, everyone was very nice.

The questions ranged from why I didn't show more of the nurses aids (good point) to the emotion and feelings it brought, especially within the context of one's own elderly family members (glad we did something right). Later in the night, a woman came up to me and said "excellent film" but did you ever think of not shaking the camera so much? Haha.

We got a huge review in a paper today--although I have no idea what it says and am trying to find out. And online I have found a couple more reviews:

November 23, 2006

European Premiere

I am traveling to Amsterdam today as Room 335 will be having its European Premiere. I have never been but the festival had an advance screening of the film a few weeks back so there are a few reviews on Google from Dutch newspapers--problem being that they are in Dutch so I have no idea if they're good or bad reviews.

Regardless, check out the website

And the screening times:

24-11-2006, 18:45, Calypso
26-11-2006, 16:00, City 6 (Doc U!)
29-11-2006, 13:15, City 4 (industry screening)
30-11-2006, 10:45, Cinerama 1

September 28, 2006

Hello Canada

This comes from the Edmonton Int'l Film Festival:

'A diary film, whittled down from over 200 hours of footage, Andrew Jenks, Room 335 may be the most emotionally raw and warming documentary to appear this year.'

Room 335 plays in Edmonton, CANADA on:

Tuesday, October 3rd, 7pm in Empire City Centre 9
Thursday, October 5th,9:15pm in Princess II Theatre.

March 27, 2006

Well that was a great day--WINNERS!

Phoenix Film Festival has been really incredible. Everyone here has been so nice, and the films have been great. I am very happy to report that Room 335 has won BEST FEATURE! Quite an honor with so many other amazing movies.

So that is very exciting. I am exhausted but tomorrow I will certainly give more details.

We also won the San Fernando Int'l Film Fest tonight. Jonah had the chance to go. It is all very exciting.

Getting some sleep--thanks again to everyone and don't forget to send a note to Bill, Tammy, and the whole gang. More tomorrow!

March 24, 2006

Dry Land

When you say hi to someone in NYC they look at you like your crazy. Hi? Hi, what? In Phoenix you can't walk a few steps without running into smiling faces. Perhaps it is the weather, maybe the festival which has taken over the city... It is incredible how nice everyone is and how well the festival treats its filmmakers. The film played today in the morning and the turn out wasn't bad. I mean a Friday at 9:30AM? Who would come? Well, people were there--with popcorn and everything. Saturday and Sunday we have some great screening times (3:15 and 5:45) so I will report back soon.

And keep emailing Bill!!

As I write this, Jonah is in San Fernando, California presenting the film to (hopefully) a packed audience. Wish him luck since he gets nervous in front of large crowds....

March 13, 2006


Thank you to San Jose.

Last night "Andrew Jenks, Room 335" won the Audience Award for Best Documentary.

It is really an honor. CINEQUEST is a top film festival in the US. For all those who voted thanks so much!!

March 09, 2006

Who Lives in Palm Beach?

We are thrilled to announce that we have been invited to the Palm Beach International Film Festival. Join us April 20-28!

We will be in Phoneix in two weeks and that same weekend we will also be in San Fernando Valley.

We're going to get some cool things up in the next couple of weeks. And as Bill says, "Just hang out. As long as you ain't scared of anybody you just do it that way".

March 08, 2006

Who Lives in Malibu?

Malibu International Film Festival is April 7-10 and Room 335 is lucky enough to be an official selection!! Hopefully we can make it out there since California has been very nice to us so far.

Thanks again to all of those who have been emailing and helping us out through this wild process. It has been very exciting. And keep contacting Bill, Tammy and the entire gang!!

March 07, 2006


San Jose was wonderful. We packed out two screenings and met some incredible people. Today we were informed that a woman and her children, after watching the film, signed up to volunteer at their local assisted living facility. Now that is so cool.

Adopt a Grandparent is a great organization and one that can help youngsters like me visit places like Harobr Place.

More soon.

March 04, 2006

San Jose and other Stuff

Friday March 24 at 8pm San Fernando Valley
Friday March 24 at 9:30AM Phoneix
Saturday March 25 at 3:15PM Phoneix
Sunday March 26 at at 5:45 PM Phoneix
Saturday April 1 at 4:05PM Sacremento
March 31-April 7 Sarasota

More dates and screenings on the way. We'll keep you posted.

We're in San Jose today and tomorrow. Today at 12 and tomorrow at 3:30 at Cinema 12!

We can hopefully soon report some exciting news.

February 24, 2006


So unfortunately we're not sure yet when the film will be playing in NY. Although in the next month or so we shoud hear if there is interest from a few festivals in NYC. Hopefully we can play here soon.

by 2030, it is projected that one in five people will be age 65 or older--that is a lot.

February 23, 2006


The following screening dates (most approx.) of Room 335:

Santa Barbara International Film Festival: In the books, baby.

CINEQUEST: Saturday, March, 4 12:30PM
Sunday, March 5 3:30PM

San Fernando Valley Int'l Film Festival: Friday, March 17 to Sunday, March 26

Phoneix Film Festival: Friday, March 24 to Tuesday, March 28th

Sarasota Film Festival: Friday, March 31 to Friday, April 7

Sacramento International Film Festival: Saturday, April 1 4:05 PM

April 8-10: TBA SOON!

February 22, 2006

San Fernando Valley

Happy to announce we have been invited to the San Fernando Valley Int'l Film Festival. Very exciting.

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