Marcia Goetsch’s animated short Garden of Eden will screen at the Shawna Shea Spring Short Film Festival online next Saturday, October 10th, 2020 on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/ssffcovidblocktwo. Tickets are available now for pre-order. Watch on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku, and Chromecast. There are a lot of terrific short films screening in the block so if you’d like to have some fun in this 2020, hope you’ll take a break from the year and come watch. 

Three of our films: Food of the Gods, The Clock, Garden of Eden were selected by the Seattle True Independent Film Festival! We have truly won the Seattle lottery! Or the Seattle trifecta at least. The screening is understandably delayed due to COVID-19 and the wildfires in the Pacific Northwest.  Our heart goes out to our family in the area. But that does not diminish our enthusiasm and we are hard at work on new projects!

I am so delighted to have contributed the art for the cover of Daniel Williman’s and Karen Corsano’s new book to be published later this year: The World Chronicle of Guillaume De Nangis, A Manuscript’s Journey from Saint-Denis to St. Pancras. It is a captivating journey that I have been hearing tales from over the several years of its making.

Marcia Goetsch’s experimental animation Garden of Eden has been selected for the SSFF Spring Shorts Film Festival at Nick’s in Worcester, MA! It was extremely competitive with twice as many submissions as last year so it is a real honor to be selected. As the present situation in the world persists, they are not exactly sure when they will be holding the festival. They are still planning on holding a live event at Nick’s in Worcester. They will not be streaming their festival online. But they will hold their live event when it is safe for everyone.

Exciting news! Marcia Goetsch’s animated super short The Clock about a ditzy woman who bungles her way has been selected for Austin Micro Short Film Festival in Texas. This is an annual event on the Film Festival Circuit that showcases short films under six minutes (6:00) in length. Founded by author and retired filmmaker Mikel Fair, who worked on location in the Film and Television industry from 1999-2015, this festival screens international independent films of all genres at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Lakeline theater in a fast-paced “back to back” format projected in HD 1080p. We are thrilled! #AustinMicroShortFilmFestival

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