As you may know, today is the Opening Day of the 2009 baseball season. The beginning of a new baseball season is like a premiere, in a way: Anticipation. Expectations. Excitement. As a kind of tie-in, the good folks at NETA and ITVS have decided to begin offering my (minor league) baseball-themed half-hour film, "Quick Feet, Soft Hands", to public television stations nationwide this month. (It will be available after April, too.) Some stations (in L.A., Detroit, Pittsburgh, and elsewhere) have already picked it up.
If you'd like to see it broadcast in your area, call or email your station to request it! Here's how:
To find your station, click on this link to find your station, and search with your zip code. After it shows you the station, click "next" and the website will provide an email and/or phone number for the station.
When you talk with the station you don't need to make things too complicated -- just tell them how you know about the film, and why you'd like to see it.
EDIT: Known screenings are now being listed, as up-to-the-date as is possible, on the QFSH Facebook page.