Monday, January 21, 2008

Outsourced Returns to Seattle

If you live in the Seattle area, you've got another chance to see Outsourced on the big screen. Friday, January 18th we opened at the Totem Lake Cinemas in Kirkland.
12232 Totem Lake Way, Kirkland 98034
Phone: 425-820-5929
Check their website for dates and times:

The theater specializes in Indian Films and is the only theater in the area that sells chai and samosas in the concession stand!

The run is scheduled through the next few weeks.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Heath Legder Brings Supermodel to Outsourced.

Yes, it's true. Heath Ledger has great taste in movies. He was recently spotted with his new girlfriend attending a screening of 'Outsourced' in Perth, Australia as reported in Life & Style Weekly Magazine.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Outsourced will Open the Spokane Int'l Film Festival

Outsourced will screen as the opening night film of the Spokane International Film Festival on February 7th at 7pm.

For More information see their official website HERE

More US film festival dates will be announced soon.

Sunday, January 6, 2008

The dawn of the Seattle film industry

by William s Arnold, Seattle P.I.

The dawn of the Seattle film industry:
For all the indie filmmaking activity Seattle has spawned over the past three decades, the sad truth is that, until this year, the city had never produced a homegrown film that has made any noticeable impact on the larger movie world. But in '07, two Seattle films earned national distribution: "Zoo" and "Outsourced." The latter, which won the top prize at this year's SIFF, was the more significant because it was an inspired romantic comedy that was as entertaining as anything the studios had to offer in the same release period, and thus could compete with Hollywood on its own terms. Its producers' decision to turn down Miramax's distribution offer and self-release the film in partnership with chains around the country also created a template that has the potential to break the tyranny of the distributor and change the way indie films reach the public.

Read there complete article HERE