It seems like An Island has taken on a life on its own. We are simply baffled by the reception and feedback on the film. There is a lot of things to be happy about but the Private-Public Screenings project is our favorite part.
Today the counter for approved and confirmed Private-Public Screenings of An Island says 1080! This is far beyond our wildest expectations.
A lot of the hosts send in group photos from their screenings. We love looking at these! Three of them are attached below. There are more than 200 of these at An Island’s flickr photo page.
We also have a google map that offers a geographical overview of all the screenings. A small map can be seen below. A bigger one is available at anisland.cc/home/about
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO HOSTED or ATTENDED A SCREENING!
and THANKS TO VINCENT MOON FOR DOING THIS FILM WITH US!
The Private-Public Screening project ends March 31st. As the sign-up process needs 11 days the last day to sign up to host a screening is on Saturday – March 19th. The capacity needs to be mininum 5 people and the event must be free. You can read a lot more about the rules and details at anisland.cc/home/host-a-screening
If you would like to attend a screening you can find a list of all of them at anisland.cc/home/attend-a-screening
We recommend the screening on Sunday afternoon in Copenhagen March 20th. Peter Broderick will play live before the film screens and as a bonus Tape from Sweden will play a mini-concert after the film. We are hosting the event together with Filmmagasinet Ekko. Doors are at 15:00. Peter at 16:00. An Island at 17:00 and then Tape play a short set afterwards. Tickets are 30 kroner at the door. You can also buy a ticket at Efterklang’s concert March 18th in Amager Bio.
A Private-Public Screening in Ipoh, Malaysia
A Private-Public Screening in Moscow, Russia
A Private-Public Screening in Copenhagen, Denmark
THE GOOGLE MAP OF ALL SCREENINGS