Monday, December 06, 2004

My big screen debut

My peep Sue Zielstra produced and shot this great lil' film in which I will make my human debut. My cars have been in a few films, now I am actually in a film.

Here is the press release. It is going to be on Thursday night the 16th. I think it will be a bit self indulgent, but it is hard to complain! It should be fun.
What do radio personality Sherri Danger, tattoo artist Heather O'Shaughnessy & Hoosierweight boxing promoter Steven Fitzpatrick Smith have in common? No, this isn't one of those a priest, a rabbi & a boxing promoter jokes, they're all featured in the new documentary "STRETCH: The St. Louis Arts & Entertainment Underground" along with singer/songwriter Mark Marshens Stephens, painter Wayne St. Wayne famous for his giant mural at Mangia Italiano, and many other local scenesters.

Thrill as boxers duke it out for the Hoosierweight title, laugh as Freddy Friction tells us the meaning of life, and cry when it's over, this is a film you shouldn't miss, either at the Premiere, or catch it on "Liquid Light" on HEC TV. Generously funded by a grant from the University City Committee for Access and Local Origination
Programming (CALOP) from a fund established by Charter Communications Inc., this program will PREMIERE Thursday December 16th at 10PM at Mad Art Gallery in Soulard after the Cine 16 Series showing of the "The Red Balloon".


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cine16 = next week.
Not this week.

10:29 AM  
Blogger Steven Fitzpatrick Smith said...

Thank you. The correction has been made.

11:10 AM  

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