Excited to share that My Days of Mercy is out now! Film is being released in the theaters below, link to trailer in my bio. ALSO available on VOD!!!! Chicago - GQT Randall 16 - Batavia, IL Cleveland - Atlas Diamond Centre Cinemas 16 - Mentor, OH Houston - AMC Studio 30 - Houston, TX Kansas City- AMC - Town Center 20 - Leawood, KS Los Angeles - Laemmle - Monica Film Center - Santa Monica, CA Miami - LeJeune Cinemas VI - Miami, FL Minneapolis - Emagine Lakeville 21 - Lakeville, MN Phoenix - Harkins - Valley Art 1- Phoenix, AZ Seattle - AMC - Classic Gateway 8 - Federal Way, WA New York - City Cinemas - Village East - New York, NY
A new family member! We love you Mo! Thank you @poshpetsrescue for all that you do!!!
Location change!!!! FOLEY SQUARE ! #justice4layleen
My wife just released a stunning scene from her upcoming short film. Link in my bio. Here is a clip. Absolutely breathtaking. @emmaportner
Oh, hi there @castanedawong
Tales of the City is streaming now on @netflix !
TALES OF THE CITY June 7th @netflix ❤️❤️❤️❤️
❤️❤️❤️ @angelatrimbur @__mutantalia__
My Days of Mercy comes out in the U.K. on May 17th. July 7th US Here is part 1 (of 2 ) of the trailer. I got to work with one of my besties, the crazy talented, @katemara A true dream ❤️
Thank you Irvine Carvery for talking to us about the history of Africville (and so much more ) in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Africville is a historic example of environmental racism in this province. Thank you for teaching us so much and for all your incredible activism. #environmentalracism #africville
Thank you to Louise Delisle and her mother Ruth for speaking to us about the situation in South Shelburne, Nova Scotia. Louise, who is the president of SEED (South End Environmental Justice Society ), has been fighting for her neighborhood in Shelburne, which is predominately African Nova Scotian, to have access to clean drinking water. Thank you Louise for all of your incredible work, leadership and strength. You shouldn’t have to fight for clean water. #waterislife #environmentalracism #novascotia #theresomethinginthewater
Thank you Chief Andrea Paul of Pictou Landing First Nation for taking the time to talk about the decades long fight to close Boat Harbour. This is where the government has allowed effluent from a pulp mill to be dumped since the 1960s despite the horrific environmental and health impacts. Thank you Chief Paul for protecting the water and land for all of us. #31january2020 #nopipe #environmentalracism