Enter the Spread the Word about the PROMISE LAND Movie Premier Red Carpet Giveaway

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Not too long ago, my husband mentioned that a friend and colleague, Kevin Dalvi, had written and directed a movie and we were invited to the red carpet premier in NYC. Of course, there is nothing about this that doesn’t sound interesting to me. I love movies, red carpets and supporting underdog artists trying to put their vision out in to the world. I am so glad I went to see PROMISE LAND, a NEQUA Studios Production, because I really, really connected with the movie and it’s artists. Here’s a little bit about PROMISE LAND…

PROMISE LAND is relevant, heart wrenching, funny and hopeful. I know my sphere of influence is very limited, but I would really like to do something to help this film get the attention it deserves. So, there will be a contest!!!!!!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

And here are some pics from the PROMISE LAND Premier…


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If you get the chance to see PROMISED LAND on it’s Summer Tour, I highly encourage it. It was a wonderful movie!!!! A list of summer screening dates and information on how to buy tickets is available HERE. Information on how to turn your blog post comment into contest entries is available above with rafflecopter. Thanks so much for spreading the word. It really means a lot to me. Kevin Dalvi may not realize it, but he has all the makings of one of John Green’s Nerdfighters! *fist pump*

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  1. No experience with immigration.

    • That’s ok–me either–but the movie was fantastic.

  2. […] *Don’t forget you still have time to support a great film…PROMISE LAND…and earn yourself one of five signed copies of TOUCHING THE SURFACE or a 10 page ms critique from me. GO HERE!!!! […]

  3. I have no experience with immigration!!!
    The movie looks like a nice one… 🙂

  4. I don’t have any experience with immigration myself, but my godfather worked in America for… around 10 years, I think. Of course it was hard for him and his family to be separated by so many kilometres, but now he’s back home and even if he won’t leave again, he still has a very good impression about the US. 🙂
    The movie sounds great, looking forward to its worldwide release! 🙂

    • Your godfather sounds like a sweetie! Glad you have him back.

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