We partnered with Taste and Thirst, a San Diego Gaslamp Quarter Bar, on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016. They donated a portion of all drink and food sales between 6-9 pm to help us make this film! There was also a silent auction with great deals from local businesses and an opportunity to meet the film’s director, Ginger Gentile. Most importantly, it was the world premier of our #Erased short film. This was a can’t miss event for those that wanted to make connections with the local film scene and help support families torn apart by divorce courts.
Divorce and child custody are problems we don’t like to talk about. But Erasing Family aims to spark a conversation about making divorce less traumatic. Too many kids lose contact with their moms, dads and extended family and the courts make the problem worse.
You can find out more at erasingfamily.org and follow us on Facebook at Erasing Family where we have a huge community of followers who share their stories. We will be premiering a short film “Faces” that shows how divorce effects entire families.
We’re very excited to begin production on this film, which we hope to use San Diego crew on. The companion film to Erasing Family, Erasing Dad, has influenced lawmakers across Latin America. It’s important for us to bring this message to an English speaking audience.
What: Fundraising Happy Hour and Silent Auction for Erasing Family Documentary Film
Where: Taste & Thirst, 715 4th Ave, San Diego
When: Tuesday March 22nd, 2016 – 6:00-9:00 pm
Why: A great cause in support of local film making!
What if I can’t attend the event? You can still donate at erasingfamily.org
San Diego Erasing Family Event – March 22, 2016