We’re excited to announce that our very first play Hansel & Gretel is being produced by Lexington Montessori School students on May 18. This play was originally produced by the Fractured Fairytales festival for Theatre@First several years ago, and we’re thrilled that the young’uns want to put it on! Here’s a video of the original performance.
Drinkstorm’s first short film The Hit just won a Bronze Award in the Mindfield-Albuquerque Film Festival! This is the review we got from the festival:
I reviewed The Hit along with the panel and quite enjoyed it. Jenn and Charlie did a great job at writing and directing this film. I love the quirkiness of it; it kept us laughing. The cast was believable and true to their characters. The cinematography fit the genre perfectly along with the editing. The score matched the genre wonderfully.
Also, We won two awards in the Snowdance Film Awards! Our lead actor Frederick Fairbanks won Best Actor, and the film won runner-up for Best Short!
The Hit has also recently been accepted to the Shepperton Screenwriting Festival. More news on that festival coming soon!
Drinkstorm’s latest short film, The Hit has been making its rounds on the festival circuit! Just this past weekend, it showed at the Sunny Side Up Film Festival in Oklahoma. This week, it got accepted to the Snowdance Film Awards and the Rome Independent Prisma Awards! Drinkstorm Studios: We won’t stop until everyone has a pumpkin log to snuggle.
Our new book Bizarre Space is available tomorrow! If your kiddo loves space, pick up a copy at Barnes and Noble stores (you can find it in the kids’ Nature and Science section), Amazon.com, or other fine retailers!
We are also scheduling speaking gigs and book signings! If you’d like us to come to your bookstore or classroom, send us an email!
We’re excited to announce that our new short play Give My Regrets to Broadway will be performed as part of Four Quarter Theater’s Autumn in New York Festival! The festival is on Nov 3 at The Drama League in NYC!
If you’re in the Buffalo area, our short comedy play Persiatory will be performed at the Buffalo History Museum Play festival on Friday Oct. 20. All the plays had to be centered around one of four artifacts on display in the museum. The festival will have a Halloween theme, so stop on by for a night of spooky entertainment!
We just finished editing our comedy film The Hit two weeks ago, and it’s already been accepted into the Shawna Shea Memorial Film Festival in Uxbridge, MA! The festival runs October 5-7. Check the festival’s website for updates about screening times.
We’ll also be posting festival info on The Hit Facebook page (as well as a lot of pictures of pastries), so give us a like over there!