After Halloween, after the election, but before the end of the world…
Parmalee will go live on the Internet on November 10th.
We’ll have more news, but for now, you know your life is looking up.
Which will be released first, Frank Ocean’s next album or PARMALEE?
Fair question. We can’t speak for Frank, but we can say, yes, we know we’ve been pretty quiet lately. Here’s what’s up.
The screening at White River Indie Films was a big success. We’re tweaking a few small things & we’re going to shoot one additional short scene before we release the series.
The shoot will probably take us an afternoon & that’ll probably be in early August. It’s a matter of getting everyone’s summer schedules lined up.
Other good news is that Vermont Public Broadcasting has been talking to us about airing and streaming the show on their site. That would be additional exposure that we’d love.
We’ll keep you posted as to what’s up.
Meanwhile, here’s a quick trailer that’ll give you a look into PARMALEE…
PARMALEE’s creators gather outside premiere.
(l-r) Faith Catlin (obscured), Richard Waterhouse (back to camera), John Griesemer (face twisted in grimace), Matt Bucy (advancing on photographer)
The overnight reviews are coming in…
For the full story, click… https://dailyuv.com/news/843750
We packed the house at the White River Indie Film Festival on Saturday night. A big thanks to a big crowd.
As the story says, we played Parmalee: The WRIF Cut, a straight-through version of all of Season One. Now, it’s on to some finishing touches and prepping the episodes for our Internet release. That’s all coming soon.
Here’s the company taking a bow on the WRIF stage…
Lots of Parmalee folks will be gathering for the White River Indie Film Festival screening this Saturday, May 14, at 7pm.
Cast members from NY, actors and crew from the Upper Valley, friends and relations. Plus enough ticket buyers to make us the hottest selling show at the festival.
There are still seats left. If you live near White River Jct., VT, come join us at WRIF and see all of Season One in one glorious binge.
For more info & tkts, click here.
This is no time to be cautious, if you live anywhere near White River Junction, Vermont. The White River Indie Film Festival (WRIF) is next weekend, and Parmalee is having it’s premiere on their big screen. Word from WRIF is that Parmalee is the best-selling ticket on the schedule.
Don’t be cautious. Don’t wait. Join us Saturday, May 14th at 7pm at the Barrette Arts Center. Tickets and info at www.wrif.org
If you live in near the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont, you can see Parmalee‘s leading actress live on stage mere days before she appears in our web series premiere… on screen in the same theater.
Caitlin Clouthier, Lilly Beaton in Parmalee, plays Sarah in the Northern Stage production of Alan Ayckborn’s comedy, Living Together. The show is at the Barrette Arts Center in downtown White River Junction, VT. The show runs through May 8th. (Tkts info at www.northernstage.org )
Parmalee premieres at the Barrette the following Saturday, May 14 at 7pm. as part of the White River Indie Film Festival. For tickets and info for that (and more Caitlin) see www.wrif.org
The Valley News, the local paper for the White River Indie Film Festival area in Vermont and New Hampshire, ran a feature story about Parmalee at the top of their arts section today.