We’ve partnered with Gaslamp bar Taste and Thirst, and from 6-9p on Tuesday March 22nd, they will donate a portion of all drink and food sales to help us make this film! There will also be a silent auction where you can get great deals with local businesses and meet director Ginger Gentile AND it will be the world premier of our #Erased short film. If you want to make connections with the local film scene or help support families torn apart by divorce courts, this event cannot be missed.
Divorce and child custody are problems we don´t like to talk about that, but Erasing Family aims to spark a conversation about making divorce less traumatic. Too many kids loose contact with their moms or 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, and need your thirsty hungry selves to come out and show us how to do it up. 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.
Street parking abounds in the Gaslamp, and Taste and Thirst is near the trolley line and Horton Plaza. You’ve got no reason to miss this!
What: Fundraising Happy Hour and Silent Auction for Erasing Family Documentary Film
Where: Taste & Thirst, 715 4th Ave, San Diego
When: Tuesday March 22nd 6pm-9pm
Why: A great cause in support of local filmmaking!
What if I can’t attend the event? You can still donate at erasingfamily.org
Drink! Eat! Be Merry for Erasing Family March 22 in San Diego