All the Ships at Sea - News and Upcoming Screenings
All the Ships at Sea is now available for rental or purchase from Amazon
All the Ships at Sea has been
selected for the 21st-Century
Independents program at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus,
OH. It will screen on Thursday, March 17 at 8:50, just after
Jennifer Reeder's Seven Songs About
Thunder and Damien Chazelle's Guy
Madeline on a Park Bench.
All the Ships at Sea will screen at Congregation Beth Elohim
on Sunday, March 15 at 7:30 pm, along with short films selected by Dan
All the Ships at Sea will screen in Kraków, Poland in
October in the 1st Off
Camera Independent Film Festival. There are three screenings:
on Saturday, October 4 at 7 pm at the Kino Reduta; on Sunday, October 5
at 10 am at Pauza; and again on October 5 at 7 pm at the Klub
Alchemia.in Kasimierz. Dan Sallitt's 1998 feature Honeymoon
will also show at Off Camera, on October 3, 4 and 5.
All the Ships at Sea is now available on DVD from CreateSpace.
There's now a clip of a scene from the movie on the Clips page.
On Wednesday, August 24, All the Ships at Sea will screen in
the NewFilmmakers series
Archives, 32 2nd Ave. (at 2nd St.), New York, NY. The
program begins at 8:10 p.m.; admission is $5. Dan Sallitt's
previous feature Honeymoon screened at NewFilmmakers way back in September 1998.
All the Ships at Sea was nominated for Best Screenplay at the
2005 Method Fest in April, and received a good review from Ron Stringer
in the L.A. Weekly. (The text of the review is here.)
All the Ships at Sea has been accepted to the Method Fest Independent Film
Festival in Calabasas, CA. The film screens on Saturday,
April 2 at 5:00
p.m.at the MPTF Louis B. Mayer Theater, 23388 Mulholland Drive,
Hills, CA. Admission is $8.00 ($6.00 for seniors, students, and
AAA members)(?!), and tickets can be purchased at TicketWeb.
All the Ships at Sea got a really good review from Scott
Foundas in Variety. Here's the text
the review, though if you have a subscription it's more fun to
see it on the Variety site.
All the Ships at Sea will have a single screening at Two Boots Pioneer Theater
in Manhattan on Tuesday, Jan. 4 at 7 p.m. There will be a
beer-and-pizza reception after the film in the Two Boots Den of Cin,
next door to the theater. Dan Sallitt's 1998 feature Honeymoon
will also show at the Pioneer on Fri., Jan. 7 at 7 p.m.
Strawn Bovee (who plays Evelyn in the movie) has put together a
benefit for the John Kerry campaign at EZTV Video Gallery in
Monica, CA on Wed., Sept. 22. All the Ships at Sea will
screen at 8 and 10 p.m.; Bill Krohn, the Hollywood correspondent for
Cahiers du Cinema (and the best friend that Dan Sallitt's films
have ever had) will introduce the screenings.
Jason Overbeck has a review of All the Ships at Sea on his Bent Clouds
Rick Curnutte has put All the Ships at Sea on his in-progress
best-of-2004 list, wedged between Kill Bill Vol. 2 and Eternal
of the Spotless Mind.
Ron Tibbett, founder of the Magnolia
Film Festival (where All the Ships at Sea
had its world premiere in Feb. 2004) died in a car accident in West
Point, MS on Jun. 7, 2004. It's
a big loss.
All the Ships at Sea has been accepted to the Filmstock International Film
Festival in Luton, UK. The film screens on Friday, June
11 at 6:45 p.m., and on Saturday, June 12, at 3:30 p.m. Both
screenings are in
Studio 1 at the Hat Factory, 65-67 Bute Street., in Luton.
is £3.50 on Friday and £3 on Saturday.