“Done the Impossible,” the Browncoat documentary, has been sweeping through film festivals worldwide and will be screening at the Fantasy Worldwide Festival on Dec. 4. From DTI guy Brian Wiser:
“I created this PR piece because I was excited that Done The Impossible was actually selected to screen in six film festivals – no small feat with the number of entries festivals receive, and the 36+ festivals I entered into. And that’s a small victory for the fans too. Plus, we probably added a few Browncoats into the fold (grin)”
This one-sheet (click for a larger version) will appear first (after here) in the souvenier book that will be given to attendees of the Browncoat Cruise, sailing Dec. 1 from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas with a cargo hold full of Browncoats, cast members, and the Bedlam Bards. The 30+ page, full color souvenier book is a collectable by itself, crammed full of bios of guests, staff, volunteers, and donors, with cardstock cover art by Adam-Levermore Rich — designed in the same spirit as the QMx travel posters — and featuring ads for the 76th Battalion, AbbyShot, the Ariel Ambulance, Artcat Designs, The Bellflower, Big Damn Chefs – Freedom From Hunger, Blackmarket Beagles, the Browncoat Ball, Can’t Stop the Serenity, DragonWeave Jewelry, Done The Impossible, Fan Done, Firefly Cargo Bay, Kids Need to Read, Out to the Black Outfitters, Poplollies, QMx, the Serenity RPG, Starfury, The Signal, and The Wooten Center.
Attendees may also order the unofficial travel poster, designed by Adam.
Limited to 500 copies, you must have a passenger number to order so if you’re not going you’d better find someone who is and beg them to preorder one for you. Passengers will be picking up their posters onboard, and if the posters sell out they will not be offered to non-attendees. (If there are any left you may be able to order them, but we won’t know until after the cruise.)
Bon voyage, Browncoat Cruise people! Remember, love keeps her afloat when she oughta fall down, tells ya she’s hurtin’ ‘fore she keens. Just something to keep in mind.