Wednesday, June 10, 2009

What Goes Up Heads To Breckenridge

What Goes Up makes a last minute invitation to the Breckenridge Festival of Film. Originally established in 1981, the Breckenridge Festival of Film is one of the oldest in the country.

This year’s event features 62 independent dramas, short dramas, comedies, short comedies and documentaries films. In the spirit of filmmaking, the Breckenridge Festival of Film is a showcase for young student talent for four days, June 11-14.

"What Goes Up was invited by WNBC-TV Film Critic and “Reel Talk” co-host Jeffrey Lyons, along with his son Ben Lyons, the E! Network Daily Top 10’s film critic," said James Hoke."Lyons has been an outspoken and appreciated supporter of the film."

What Goes Up will be shown at 9 p.m. in the Skyline Theatre, Dillon on Friday, June 12. Breckenridge is located about 80 miles west of Denver, Colorado. For more information about the town and lodging, visit the Breckenridge site.

"There is no Festival like Breckenridge. A large indie presence, Colorado Premiers of Feature Films, up-close and personal with the stars but with a warmth and intimacy all its own... even if it snows in June!!!" says Jeffry Lyons. "We've been doing this for 27 years. We're Good At It."

What Goes Up ends its initial theatrical run in the United States on June 11, with the last day of screenings in Brooklyn, Buffalo, Boston, Las Vegas, and Moorpark, Calif. However, the theatrical run is far from over as the producers have setting their sights on several more options.

What Goes Up will also be available on DVD everywhere next Tuesday, June 16 in the United States and Canada. You can find it in stores and on shopping sites like Amazon and iTunes.


  1. really exciting news!!! thanks for sharing them. It seems like it went all very well!!!! :)

    will we soon be able to see the movie in europe???? i'd be so great to be able to see it on european theaters :)

    i'm really glad for all the cast and crew ^^

  2. What Goes Up played to a packed house at the Breckenridge Festival of Film. James Hoke and Jonathan Glatzer said it was a tremendous success!

    The Insider Team