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November 11th San Francisco Screening - Presented by United Religions Initiative

Posted by : The Kindling Team
11.03.10

There are only a few seats left for this special November 11th San Francisco screening of The Calling, presented by our partner United Religions Initiative.  R.S.V.P. here and reserve your seats today!

The Calling on iTunes & shopPBS.org

Posted by : The Kindling Team
10.19.10
BUY NOW!  On ShopPBS.org or I-Tunes (and even if you don't please rate us at iTunes.)

Broadcast Dates for The Calling Announced

Posted by : The Kindling Team
09.13.10
We're excited to announce that The Calling will be broadcast on PBS's Independent Lens on December 20th and 21st at 9pm ET/PT, 8pm CT. Please check local listings.

Do No Harm to screen at Rhode Island International Film Festival

Posted by : The Kindling Team
06.14.10
Do No Harm has been selected for the 14th Annual Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) in Providence, running  from August 10, 2010 to August 15, 2010. The date and time of its screening will be posted soon.

DO NO HARM Broadcast Dates Announced

Posted by : The Kindling Team
01.25.10
KQED San Francisco premiered Do No Harm on January 18, kicking off broadcasts of Do No Harm on PBS stations around the country.
 
Confirmed broadcast dates and times include:
  • San Francisco. KQED, Monday, January 18th, 11pm.
  • Portales NM, also serves part of Albuquerque. KENW 3.1, Wednesday, January 20, 2pm. Also on their 3.3 digital on Tuesday, January 19 at midnight and again at 4am.
  • Appleton, MN. KWCMDT4, Thursday, January 21 9pm

Fundraising for Production of THE CALLING is Complete

Posted by : The Kindling Team
01.22.10
After years of fundraising, we have secured all finishing funds that will allow us to complete production of The Calling this summer.
 
We are enormously grateful to our generous funders: ITVS, the CPB/PBS Program Challenge Fund, Irving Harris Foundation, the Hartley Film Foundation, The Henry Luce Foundation, Pacific Islanders in Communications, Carpenter Foundation, the Samuel Zell Foundation, the Zarrow Family Foundation as well as numerous individual supporters.