Tim McSpadden’s new feature film to play every Saturday night in February

IFP-Phoenix Member Tim McSpadden’s  feature comedy called “Love a la Carte” has been booked to screen theatrically every Saturday night in February at 7pm at Super Savers Cinemas, 2710 W. Bell Road in Phoenix, AZ 85053.  Since 2009, he has slowly built the movie.  First by hiring Good Faith Casting – then beginning filming in 2010 – then being interviewed by IFP’s director Web in 2011 as an IFP member of the month –  then the last shot  & song for “Love a la Carte” was dropped into place in 2012.  We love when members share details about their productions and what better way to share than in the IFP-Phoenix Member’s words.  
 
Here’s Tim’s story about the production and screenings…..
 
Instead of doing a crowd funding campaign, I thought I’d test screen the movie now to audiences all over Phoenix metro and get their final input!  Please help me promote the event.  Tickets are only $9.75 in advance and I’ve created an event page about the screenings here on facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/events/477366085642481/  .
 
Here is some info about my project & me:  ”Love a la Carte” is a completed 90 minute honest comedy about infidelity, immigration and the internet.  We are now on the entertainment website IMDB here:  http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2458786/ –  Also, we have a very detailed Facebook page & trailer here  – www.facebook.com/lovealacarte – and YouTube page here:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oxsjk2-wUU&feature=youtu.be  . Finally, information about my Emmy award winning career in TV can be found via my Linked-in account here:  www.linkedin.com/in/mcspadden .  
 
What might be of particular interest to your readers is the history behind the making of what I call my “home movie” (because I pulled the equity out of my home to fund the thing before the banks froze the loan in 2009).   Also, there’s colorful stories about all the local Arizona actors, locations (from Yuma to Havasupai Falls), businesses (Hotel Clarendon, Old World Brewery, Camelback Garage) and musicians (such as New Times’ 2012 pick for “Best Up & Comer” the artist “YUS” - http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/bestof/2012/award/best-up-and-comer-3167481/ ) .   Plus, I’m offering any local unsigned band a contract to have a song of theirs that they own to be included in the movie before it finally heads into national distribution and festivals.
 
Sincerely,
 
Tim McSpadden