OUT OF OMAHA is ramping up for its 9/9 premiere – on STARZ, AppleTV, Amazon, Google Play, and FandangoNow – and is pleased to announce it will play at Aksarben Cinemas (starting 8/29) in Omaha and at Capital City Black Film Festival (8/31) in Austin. WRESTLE, available for streaming on Amazon, AppleTV/iTunes, Google Play, etc. continues to sustain its 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.
OUT OF OMAHA – an Imperative Entertainment presentation of a Firefly film, in association with Dreamville – is pleased to announce it will premiere September 9 on STARZ and will be available for purchase/download that night on AppleTV, Amazon, Google Play, etc. The film is directed by Clay Tweel (GLEASON, THE INNOCENT MAN) and executive produced by J. Cole.
WRESTLE won Best Documentary at the Bahamas International Film Festival, and CAUGHT was nominated for Ovation Awards for Direction and Best Production, with awards to be announced January 28, 2019.
Firefly is pleased to announce a special, two-show, off-Broadway return of Geraldine Hughes' BELFAST BLUES, coming October 22 and 23. October will also include more news on Clay Tweel's next doc with Firefly, along with WRESTLE screening at the New Orleans Film Festival and the Woodstock Film Festival and .
CAUGHT was nominated for Stage Raw awards for Production Design, Direction, and Production of the Year.
Firefly's new documentary, WRESTLE, was announced to premiere in April as part of the San Francisco International Film Festival's 2018 Launch Program.
Firefly kicked off 2018 in post on two documentaries, with more news coming soon.
Firefly closed its hit, immersive LA premiere of Christopher Chen's CAUGHT, which earned raves, like Stage & Cinema saying "the terrific actors and creative production team are — once again under the guidance of the always inventive Firefly Theater & Films — bringing you one of the best shows of the year." More info, including more press, is here.
The LA Times hailed Firefly's immersive LA premiere of Christopher Chen's CAUGHT a "CRITIC'S PICK...An immersive theater piece that'll have you 'Caught' up...wildly inventive."
Firefly continued production on its next two documentaries.
Firefly and Lost Tribe Theatre ramped up for the NY premiere of JONAH AND OTTO, by Robert Holman and directed by Geraldine Hughes. KENSHO AT THE BEDFELLOW played a special screening at the Rubin Museum of Art in NYC.