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Premier at BLUE Ocean Film Festival

We are so pleased to announce that One Simple Question will be premiering at the Blue Ocean Film Festival this November 2-9 in St. Petersburg, FL. The film will be shown Tuesday Nov. 4, 2014 at 3:30 in the Muvico Sundial 20 Theaters. (Subject to change, please check website for any last minute changes) BLUE […]

Review by Sailing Totem!

Behan and Jamie and their kids, Niall, Mairen, and Siobhan of Sailing Totem, took the time to watch our film and write a unique review on their website  Below is an excerpt, and we encourage you to read the entire review at SAILFEED, where their blog is syndicated by SAIL Magazine. Read the full review here. The […]

Film Review by Bailey Boat Cat!

Awwww, the adorable Bailey Boat Cat got to “meet” Dory while watching One Simple Question. These are his thoughts on the film: A refreshingly honest film demonstrating what it’s really like to be out in a sailboat during the good times and the times when you consider why on earth you chose to travel by […]

Great Screening at Bacon Sails, Annapolis Sailboat Show

We had a really great time screening OSQ at Bacon Sails in Annapolis this week. The room was packed, standing room only. Jack Martin Insurance provided some light fare and drinks. A number of familiar faces were in the crowd, including Larissa Powers (Cinematographer), Pam Wall (Interviewee), Steve Lack (Sound Design), James Sample (Poster Design), […]

Big News! Finished?

  We have some exciting news to share. But first… We want to take the time right now to thank each and every one of you for being a part of this project! Indie films like One Simple Question are made by communities—people volunteering time, donating money, and pitching in anyway they can. We have […]

OSQ Screenings

We are happy to announce some of the first public screenings are happening already. We’ve got a few scheduled in Florida,  Maine and Vancouver! We are hoping to schedule a whole bunch more. But we can’t do it all. This film needs your help to crowd-source viewing power! I know this film is worthy of […]