We’re just so excited to be playing the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF) this year. Please come see the film on the newly remodeled screen at the Best Buy Theater at Northrup Auditorium (just re-opened after a three-year rehab), Sunday, April 6th, 5:30pm. We’ll even have some limited signed posters to give out to some lucky audience members! Reserve your tickets today to guarantee seating.
We are proud to announce that Death To Prom will have its theatrical premiere March 6-13th, 2014, with an exclusive week-long engagement at Theaters of Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota.
Our kickoff premiere party will be Thursday, March 6th, at 7:30pm. Join cast, crew, and guests for the opening screening, drinks at StarBar, photo ops, and perhaps even a pink carpet runway.
Please join us. Tickets for all screenings are available on the Theaters of MOA website.
We were just honored with the official paperwork that shows Mayor R. T. Rybak has declared Friday, November 15th, as Death To Prom Day in Minneapolis! It sure is fun to have a cool mayor, isn’t it? We’ll see you at the show on Saturday night!
It is quite exciting to announce that Death To Prom will have its Indiana premiere at the Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival on November 9th at 12:30pm. Tickets are on sale now for our show and we’re honored to be in such good company. The screening will take place at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Update: students with valid ID get in for free!
The entire production team here at Death To Prom heartily congratulates our lead actor, Ricardo Vázquez, for his recent acting recognition: ‘Ivey’ league material: Park Center grad wins Emerging Artist Award. We’re terribly proud of his accomplishments and know you’ll love seeing his work on the festival screens.
“I just don’t know any other city that would invest in me and I can invest in it and really be challenged and really take these risks,” he said.
His early performances in the Twin Cities included “House of the Spirits” with Mixed Blood Theatre and “Oedipus El Rey” with Teatro del Pueblo and Pangea World Theater. His most recent theatrical performance was in “Lorca in a Green Dress,” also by Teatro del Pueblo and Pangea World Theater.
Vázquez is also a playwright and has done film work as well. He is starring in the film “Death to Prom,” which has its local premier in Minneapolis in November.
Once again, congratulations Ricardo. Keep rocking the local scene!
We’re very happy to announce that our local Minnesota premiere will be at the Sound Unseen Film Festival held November 13-17th 2013! The team of programmers at SU really got into our fabulous all-local soundtrack, locations, and story so even though we are not a music-film per se, we rocked hard enough to warrant a primetime slot in the festival: Saturday night at 7pm.
Hint hint: There will likely be some sort of party afterwards, so get your tickets as soon as they go on sale on October 18th!
Here we go! Please join us at the 2013 Flyway Film Festival on October 19th for the world premiere of Death To Prom. Tickets are already on sale, buy yours today if you are going to be there.
We’re big fans of this high quality and very filmmaker-friendly festival, so we’re proud to premiere close to home. Festival director Rick Vaicius is somebody you have to meet and the experience is on par with the biggest festivals in the world (ie: great film content, great extras, great connections and mingling, great personalities, great setting… you get the idea).
Hope to see you there!