Last January, I had the pleasure of interviewing Kurt Kuenne about his film "Dear Zachary" which premiered at Slamdance.  Watching this movie feels like getting a punch to the gut - it's powerful and takes your breath away.

If you didn't see it during Slamdance, now's your chance...I just got this from Kurt:
Our big North American Television Premiere is finally upon us. �"Dear Zachary" premieres on cable this weekend...
Sunday night, December 7th at 9 PM (all time zones) on MSNBC. �(See for details.)
It will be re-broadcast that same evening again at midnight. �This TV version is just slightly trimmed down from the theatrical version (I did all the editing personally and am very happy with the TV version) in order to fit a 2 hour time slot with 31 minutes of commercials (9 commercial breaks). �The Today Show (on NBC) will be running a 2 minute segment from the film sometime on their Sunday morning show that same day.�
In the meantime, we're continuing to play theaters and open Friday for a week-long engagement in my (and Andrew's) hometown of San Jose. �If you're in the Bay Area, please come out to see the film in the theater! �I'll be there this weekend and would love to see y'all:
Opens Friday, December 5th
in San Jose at
Camera 3 Cinemas
288 S. Second Street (corner of 2nd & San Carlos)
Showtimes: �
(I'll be speaking at the 6:50 PM and 9:20 PM shows on Friday, and ALL shows on Saturday; �Kate & David Bagby will join me Saturday at the 6:50 and 9:20 shows)
Fri: 4:20 PM, 6:50 PM, 9:20 PM�
Sat: 1:45 PM, 4:20 PM, 6:50 PM, 9:20 PM�
Sun: 4:20 PM, 6:50 PM
Mon-Thu: 6:50 PM
Tickets available at:
Meanwhile, we're continuing our 5th straight week of theatrical play in New York City at:
Cinema Village
22 E. 12th Street
New York, NY 10003
Showing twice daily through Thursday at 1:10 PM & 7:30 PM
(It closes after Thursday night...but it was a darn good run.)
Future theatrical openings presently known:
Santa Fe, NM - Center for Contemporary Art - opens January 2nd
Chicago - Gene Siskel Film Center - return engagement begins January 30th (brought back by popular demand!)
In other news, "Dear Zachary" recently won Best Documentary at the Orlando Film Festival and the Audience Award at the St. Louis International Film Festival. �Also, the dozens of glowing reviews, interviews and news items from the past 5 weeks of theatrical play have at last been added to the website -- check them out at
Thank you again for all your support. �If you're in San Jose, I look forward to seeing you this weekend, and if you're not, please tune in to MSNBC at 9 PM Sunday -- and tell your friends!
Happy post-Thanksgiving and all the best,