Fun at Frameline!

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“Stella Walsh” had an incredible sold-out screening on the morning of June 27th at the Frameline Film Festival with an outstanding Q&A. I was lucky enough to be invited to some amazing parties and meet many new filmmaking friends. We are enjoying the rest of the day together in the Castro district watching parades and dancing to almost a dozen DJs. These photos don’t do the size of the celebration any justice! Thanks to the festival and all of our supporters!

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Stella Walsh: A Documentary will make its Pittsburgh premiere at thePittsburgh Independent Film Festival on June 28 at the Baverso Theatre!

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“Stella’s” New York Premiere


We are honored to announce that “Stella Walsh” will make its New York premiere at the Northside Festival on June 8th! It looks like an amazing event!

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Frameline Film Festival

We could not be more excited to announce that “Stella Walsh” has been accepted to the 2015 Frameline Film Festival! It is the oldest and largest LGBT film festival in the world and has one of our goal fests since we finished the movie. We are very honored!


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Two new festivals!

Stella has been accepted to the Florida Film Festival and the Albuquerque Film and Music Experience! You can find the showtimes on the screenings page.

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Cleveland International Film Festival


Mark your calendars! “Stella Walsh” will be screening at the Cleveland International Film Festival on March 25th at 9:20 p.m. in Tower City.

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“Stella” nominated for The Bud Greenspan Award

122610 bud greenspanIt’s a tremendous honor to announce that “Stella Walsh” has been nominated for the Bud Greenspan Award by the Track & Field Writers of America. Greenspan was one of the most prominent and celebrated filmmakers to ever write and direct documentaries about Olympic athletes.

The award was created in 2010 by his filmmaking partner, Nancy Beffa, just after his death. It is presented each year to the best track and field movie as determined by the T&FWA. This year “Stella” is one of eight movies nominated. The winner will be announced at a special program in New York on February 12 and the award will be presented on February 14 at the Millrose Games, which, coincidentally, was the event where Stella Walsh broke her first World Record in 1930.

Thank you to Nancy Beffa, Jack Pfeiffer and Kimberley Spir for considering “Stella Walsh” for this award.

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