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Wednesday
May172017

DOCUMENTARY FEATURING MIKE ZAHS TO BE UNVEILED AT AFI DOCS FILM FESTIVAL

"Saving Brinton" will have its world premier at AFI Docs Film Festival on June 17 and 18, 2017.

We're humbled and thrilled to announce the public unveiling of our feature documentary film, Saving Brinton. It's been a remarkable four year journey for us, a thirty-five year odyssey for Mike, and 120 years in the making for the collection. It's our great privilege to premiere at one of the world's best documentary film festivals. The next leg of the journey begins in June.

AFI Docs Screenings

Saturday, June 17 at 4:15 PM
AFI Silver Theatre
Silver Spring, MD
In-person: Filmmakers Tommy Haines, John Richard and Andrew Sherburne & film subject Mike Zahs.
Sunday, June 18 at 4:15 PM
Landmark E Street Theatre
Washington, DC
In-person: Filmmakers Tommy Haines, John Richard and Andrew Sherburne & film subject Mike Zahs
When eccentric collector Michael Zahs discovers the showreels of the man who brought the moving picture to the Heartland, he begins a journey to restore the legacy of America’s greatest barnstorming movie man and save these irreplaceable cinematic treasures from turning to dust.
Follow the film on social media for all the updates!
 

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