Saturday April 1st, 7:30pm @ Moe’s Books
Join us at Moe’s Books at 7:30 pm for a special free screening of our award-winning documentary, New Mo Cut: David Peoples lost film of Moe’s Books followed by David Peoples’s found footage of the opening night party of Moe’s original Telegraph Avenue location, shot in 1965, and discovered at the Berkeley dump in November of 2014.
“I went and looked on the internet and my mind was blown. How could that be? How could my film be on the internet when it’s supposed to be in my garage?” – David Peoples
New Mo’ Cut: David Peoples lost film of Moe’s Books reminds us that beauty and value are in the eyes of the beholder and how happenstance can occur anywhere, at any time, and interconnect lives in deeply meaningful ways.
The Kickstarter funded short won Best Editing at Tempe Arizona’s 2015 Filmstock Film Fest, and was an official selection at the 2016 Mill Valley Film Festival. It screened at BAMPFA as part of the 2nd Annual Area Book Festival’s Auteur, Author: Film and Literature series, curated by Tom Luddy, co-founder and co-director of the Telluride Film Festival.
Moe’s Books is located at 2476 Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley, California.
New Mo’ Cut screens with Circus Kid
Sun, Oct 9 8:00 PM / Lark Theater
Mon, Oct 10 5:45 PM / Century Larkspur
Tue, Oct 11 10:00 AM / Rafael 1
Join us Saturday June 4th at 7:30pm to see New Mo’ Cut at BAMPFA as part of the 2nd Annual Bay Area Book Festival‘s film series, Auteur, Author: Film and Literature, curated by Tom Luddy, co-founder and co-director of the Telluride Film Festival.
Director Siciliana Trevino and Oscar-nominated screenwriter David Peoples will be in attendance.
New Mo’ Cut will precede the documentary, O Amor Natural by Heddy Honigmann (NETHERLANDS/BRAZIL, 1996. 76 mins, In Portuguese with English subtitles)
BAMPFA is located at 2155 Center St at Oxford
New Mo’ Cut will screen at 2016 Albany Film Fest Sunday March 20th!
Join us for the 10am screening at Landmark’s Albany Twin. 1115 Solano Avenue.
See you for the Q and A following the film.
Winner, Best Editing, 6th Annual Filmstock Film Fest, Tempe Arizona
Arizona Premiere – Loft Film Fest 2015
Friday October 23rd 2015, 2:15pm – Director Siciliana Trevino in attendance
Celebrating its sixth year in 2015, The Loft Film Fest (located in beautiful Tucson, Arizona) is dedicated to showcasing the best independent, foreign and classic films, as well as celebrating the work of established and emerging directors, writers, producers and actors. The Loft Film Fest, through its eclectic and diverse programming, aims not only to expand the audience for cinema that challenges, inspires and entertains, but also to honor those artists whose talent and passion bring that cinema to life. – festival website