The first presentation I attended was about “Jesus and Social Media”. Being the smart girl that I am, I turned that into an Examiner.com article so that the rest of the world could get the skinny on what was discussed. Take a read… Social Media Week LA Presents “Jesus in Social Media“.
One thing they all agreed on was that there is no magic bullet anymore; what works for one feature or game, doesn’t necessarily work for the other! Definitely an open field for experimentation and creativity, which I hope to exploit to my advantage, along with many of the attendees, I might add.
And I had the distinct privilege of attending a free screening of Like Dandelion Dust hosted by Christian entertainment industry fellowship groups The Beacon and Premise. While not a part of the whole Social Media Week phenomenon, this fit in nicely, and made an impromptu date night for me and the hubby!
An array of rich emotions are displayed through powerful performances by Barry Pepper (one of my favorite actors), Mira Sorvino, Cole Hauser, and young Maxwell Perry Cotton, who we’ll be seeing more of in the future, as he is a promising talent.
Don’t just take my word for it. Watch the Like Dandelion Dust Trailer, and then make it a point to find a theater near you where it is showing.
It is scheduled for limited release today in some major cities, and will debut next weekend, October 1, in Los Angeles. To ensure it makes it to a theater near you, go to the Facebook page ( http://www.Facebook.com/LikeDandelionDust) and click the link to “Join.” Then visit the official movie site (http://www.LikeDandelionDust.com/) and click the DEMAND IT tab.
You can also keep up with the movie and its happenings via Twitter: http://twitter.com/kingsburymovie.