Following last month’s announcement of six upcoming premiers of “Boys for Sale“, six more premiers were announced today. Details of the screenings, which include the East Coast and Asian Premiers of the film, can be found on the DocumentingIan Blog.
Boys for Sale, on which Ian served as Executive Producer, will hold its Dutch and UK premiers at film festivals later this month. Ian is scheduled to be in attendance at both festivals where he will also participate in post-screening discussions. More information on the screening in Rotterdam’s Camera Japan Festival can be found here, while the film page for the screening in London’s Raindance is here. The website for the film, which also includes the trailer, is here.
“Boys for Sale”, the award-winning documentary executive-produced by Ian, will be holding six Premiers from Africa to Mexico in the coming months. Details of the screenings, along with a link to the recently renewed film website, can be found on the DocumentingIan Blog.
The next installment in the series Ian is directing for The Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, has just been published. Focusing on the building that the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed for the Imperial in 1923, the short documentary is accompanied by a column written by Ian. Links to both the documentary and column can be found on the DocumentingIan Blog.
At the North American premier of Boys for Sale, the documentary was honoured with the “Fox Inclusion Outfest Feature” award. Ian, one of the producers on the film, along with Co, one of the protagonists, were on hand to receive the award on behalf of the team. On the DocumentingIan Blog, Ian writes about the festival in two parts; Part 1 details the screening, while Part 2 details the award.
After last week’s World Premier of 売買ボーイズ (Boys for Sale) in Germany, the North American premier of the documentary has just been announced on the producer’s blog DocumentingIan.
The World Premier for “Boys for Sale”, on which Ian served as producer, held its World Premier last week in front of a sold out crowd in Frankfurt, Germany. Attended by Ian, and Co, one of the film’s protagonists, the documentary marks Ian’s first time working as a producer on a feature documentary. More about the film and the World Premier at the 17th Nippon Connection Film Festival can be found on the DocumentingIan Blog.