Come celebrate an amazing year with the friends and crew of The Eyes of Thailand documentary film!
1268 Grant Ave
(between Fresno St & Vallejo St)
San Francisco, CA 94133
7pm: Start the evening with a Thai-inspired cocktail, order some savory treats, and sample the delicious Elephant Chocolates by Choclatique.
8pm: World Premiere of the new work-in-progress clip of “The Eyes of Thailand”, featuring the August 16, 2009 footage of Mosha and Motala—two elephant landmine survivors—walking on their new prosthetic limbs!
A brief Q&A with Producer/Director Windy Borman will follow, then it’s time for cocktails, mingling and dancing.
Suggested donation: $10.00
Please note that the production phase of the film is complete and we’re actively raising the “finishing funds” to edit and distribute the documentary in 2010. All donations made at the event, or online through our fiscal sponsor, the San Francisco Film Society, are tax-deductible.
If you cannot attend the event—or wish to make a tax-deductible donation ahead of time—please visit The Eyes of Thailand web page and Click the “Donate Now” link. It will connect you to the secure online donation page for the SFFS.
To learn more about the film, read the production blog or view the trailer (different than the new clip we’re unveiling at the party), please visit www.eyesofthailand.com
Thank you for all your continued support and I hope to see you there!
Producer, Writer and Director, The Eyes of Thailand
P.S. For those of you outside the San Francisco Bay Area, I will post the new clip on Vimeo for 24 Hours and release the password after the October 21st event. Please stay tuned!