TO THE VARIOUS THEATER OWNERS / MANAGEMENT
TO THE VARIOUS THEATER OWNERS/MANAGEMENT: I know we at SAVE AMERICA’S CINEMAS have been silent over the past couple of months and WE ARE SORRY – we wish to explain. Unfortunately we have been trying to stop one person who continues to represent himself as being with SAVE AMERICA’S CINEMAS [SAC]. Mr. Schultz was ONLY an independent contractor and following his termination, has solicited most of you with posters, flyers, pamphlets, coupons and ASKED THAT YOU MAKE DONATIONS for reasons that are not true – for example – to “move
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- TO THE VARIOUS THEATER OWNERS / MANAGEMENT
- Freestyle Releasing Sets Theatrical Date for Riveting Documentary ‘GENIUS ON HOLD’
- The Celebrity Powerball Conference – Cinema gets free digital equipment.
- SaveAmericasCinemas.org Retains TransMedia Group to Promote the Efforts to Save the Small Cinema Owners from the 2013 Digital Doomsday
- ‘Tis the Season of Giving – To Help those in need
- America’s Small Town Cinemas Are Reeling.
- The End Of The Small Town Cinema?
Acclaimed Film Will Have Exclusive Rollout in NYC and LA on March 1st, 2013. Los Angeles, CA (February 1, 2013) – Freestyle Releasing announced today that they have set March 1st, 2013 as the theatrical release date for GENIUS ON HOLD, the revealing documentary written and directed by Gregory Marquette (“Innocents”). The film was produced by Walter T. Shaw, and co-produced by Diana Ross-Shaw and is narrated by Academy-Award Nominee Frank Langella (“Frost/Nixon,” “Robot & Frank”). At the heart of GENIUS ON HOLD is the story of Walter L. Shaw—a
The Celebrity Powerball Conference for SaveAmericasCinemas.org will be on January 11, from 11am – 1pm In Miami Beach, Florida. Celebrities and the press will be at the event by Save America’s Cinemas Non Profit Charity to launch the program to save America’s small town cinemas. A powerball drawing will determine the first cinema to be saved. Several cinemas will be in attendance and the winner will be announced and presented with the digital equipment needed to covert from 35mm to digital. Goodfellas Stand up for Cinema Led by filmmaker Walter T. Shaw
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BOCA RATON, FL, December 17, 2012— In 2013, approximately 3,000 small town cinemas and theaters in America will shut down. These “Mom & Pop” theaters have been part of local communities for decades, but won’t be able to stay open because they lack the funds needed to make the switch to digital equipment. SAVE AMERICA’S CINEMAS is a 501(C)3 non-profit group solely dedicated to providing the financial assistance required to acquire digital equipment for these theaters and has retained TransMedia Group (www.transmediagroup.com) to promote it nationwide. The
Saving a Family’s livelihood, Giving back to your roots. What would the holidays be like without the traditional Christmas movies? They warm our hearts, restore our faith in humanity and generally bring joy to the world. Remember the first time you watched “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “Clarence got his Wings”? Part of our culture and American heritage is movie going, whether it’s the holidays or the greatest and most popular summer flick. What would you do if you couldn’t go to the movies in your local neighborhood to see
As a kid, do you remember your mom or dad driving you and your friends to the local movie theater or cinema to watch the latest and greatest most popular films like ET or Star Wars? And do you remember walking with your friends on a rainy Saturday afternoon under an umbrella to watch a matinee on a dreary day? Or do you remember strolling to the neighborhood movie theater while on a first date? I bet you do and I bet all of those memories bring a smile to