Another Chance to see My Brother’s Shoes on the Big Screen!

GrettaByPosterOctober 1st on Thursday night at 7:00pm will be a screening of My Brother’s Shoes at the Vine Cinema and Alehouse in Livermore.

Come and meet Gretta Sosine – our leading lady in the film! And meet the Director and Writer of the film, Adam Reeves!

You can get tickets by clicking on the big red box on the right of this website.

See you this Thursday!!


Comments from the Audience at the Castro Screening!

PointingUpAfter the screening of My Brother’s Shoes at the Castro on Sept. 12th, the audience was allowed to fill in comment cards and rank the film from 1 to 10. Over all our film go a 7.5 out of 10! Not bad. Thank you to any and all who gave us feedback.

Here are some of the rankings and comments:

Rating – Comment
6 – Loved the personal story, very impactful, touching
6 – Funny, strong family comedy. Funny script.
10 – Excellent movie
10 – Amazing. So funny.
10 – Fun, very well paced
8 – Fun movie
8 – Great balance of comedy with seriousness mixed in. Great writing. Excellent dialogue.
8 – Great movie
8 – Had a great time
9 – I really enjoyed it, found it interesting & entertaining. Great actors.
10 – So cute!
10 – Fun, Real!
10 – Wonderful.
10 – Very funny. Loved it! Would watch it again.
10 – Great music super
7 – Jackie was amazing!
10 – Great fun movie!
10 – Awesome! Funny! Great acting.
10 – Film was excellent. Cast and crew did an excellent job


Composer Jordain Wallace on Good Day Sacramento

Our composer for My Brother’s Shoes – Jordain Wallace – appeared on Good Day Sacramento and talked about composing for film and even played a song called “Dallas’ Theme” from our current film. It was great!

The music for the film makes a beautiful soundtrack. The clip below has a 30 second “ad” from Good Day Sacramento but the clip with Jordain follows right after.

Great job, Jordain.