News and Updates
For one night only! Programming Hope is coming to the historic Mayan Theater in Denver, Colorado November 18th @7:30PM! Purchase Tickets Here!
Programming Hope will be showing at the historic Hollywood Theater June 28th at 7:30pm in Portland, Oregon. Guests of the event are supporters and friends of the nonPareil Institute which is featured in Programming Hope. The event will help promote awareness for the local group who are looking to help create their own nonPareil location in Portland.
Chris Joye's original music composed for Programming Hope is now available to purchase through iTunes, Bandcamp, and CDBaby! Click below to listen and purchase: iTunes Bandcamp CDbaby
Programming Hope was part of the Food for Good Thought Film Series in Columbus, Ohio at the Gateway Film Center. Special thanks to Dr. Audrey Todd who hosted the private screening to a full theater! It was the first showing of the documentary out of the state of Texas.
Special thanks to everyone who made it out to another sold out private screening in Houston at the historic Landmark River Oaks Theater. Looking forward to upcoming showings in Columbus, Ohio and Portland, Oregon.
The new "official" trailer for the film is out. There are many other versions floating around the internet that represented the film while it was still a work in progress, but this will be the only one used for the actual marketing of the film. Special thanks to Side 3 Studios for the audio mix and the surround mix of the final film.
Due to high demand after our premiere on Feb 28th we added another screening at the Angelika theater in Plano for March 2nd. Another full theater for our second show!
Programming Hope Director Jack Creamer discusses the film on Good Morning Texas after the February 28th premiere screening in Dallas. He explains why the film is so important, and why even people who may not be directly affected by autism should check it out.
Even with ice storms throughout Texas, almost 300 attended the invitation only VIP premiere of Programming Hope in Dallas on February 28th. Family, friends, and participants of the film were able to get a sneak peak of the film before it is submitted for festivals. Because of high demand another showing has been scheduled for March 2nd at the Angelika Theater in Plano.