“Every Day Is a Holiday” received a starred review from the Library Journal:
“This uplifting documentary effectively intertwines excerpts from the diary, archival war footage, and intimate conversations to demonstrate how Paul Loong overcame the trauma of war and the many difficulties experienced as an immigrant to this country… VERDICT:
This beautifully made film is highly recommended for public and academic libraries”

“Every Day Is a Holiday” screened at the Bayonne Public Library in Bayonne, NJ on July 13, 2016 at 7:00pm – as part of the Black Maria Film Festival.

“Every Day Is a Holiday” screened at the City Hall Senior Center, 100 Gold Street, Lower Level, January 7, 2016 at 10:30am – free! With Special Guests.

“The Coast Is Clear” short screened at the New York Transit Museum on Wednesday, June 24, 2015, 6:30-8:30pm


(I asked Dad to point to the Platform event, but he was more interested in the mermaid).

Details:
http://nytransitmuseum.tumblr.com/post/87806700611/platform
https://www.facebook.com/events/834104480011612/

PAST EVENTS

-Lectured and screened in New Orleans at the American Defenders of Bataan & Corregidor Memorial Society Convention: Thursday, June 3

It was a fun panel discussion with fellow FilmShop members/alums Maxine Trump and Jillian Schlesinger at FilmShop Labs on Saturday, May 16 at Livestream Public. Remember to ask for help, don’t be penny-wise and pound foolish, and submit your film to festivals only when it’s good and ready.

-Every Day Is a Holiday screened on Memorial Day
(please check your local listings for the exact channel on your TV):
Monday, May 25 at 9pm

21.1 WKMUDT, WKPDDT – Paducah-Cape Girard
WKOHDT – Evansville, IN
WKGBDT – Bowling Green, OH

Monday, May 25 at 10pm

KET public television – KY
52.1 WKONDT – Lexington, KY
15.1 WKPCDT – LaGrange, KY
WKZTDT – Louisville, KY
WCVNDT – Cincinnati, OH
WKASDT – Charleston, WV
WKPIDT – Charleston, WV