Summer of ’67 Releases to the World

I’m excited to announce that as of today Summer of ’67 is on Amazon Prime and Google Play. Which means if you’re on Amazon Prime, you can watch the movie for FREE!

In the event that you’ve not been following the movie, we released theatrically June 29 at the Regal Theater in Nashville and showed there for two weeks followed by a week at Showplace Cinemas in Evansville, Indiana. Now, we’re in the midst of our movie tour with one to two screenings every week through Thanksgiving. We’re showing at film festivals, theaters, churches, and community events around the country. We’ve been in the Mid Tenn Film Fest, Great Lakes Christian Film Fest, and Lanett City Film Festival so far with Peak City International Film Festival, Glenn Fest Film Fest, Hollywood Divine Film Festival, and Franklin International Independent Film Festival coming up. You can check out our full schedule at the Summer of ’67 website to see if there’s a screening near you.

If you haven’t seen the movie yet, please hop on over to Amazon and give it a watch. Then, when you’re done, take a moment to rate and review it. If you’ve already seen the movie, you can watch it again or just give us a rating and review. We would appreciate it greatly. Thanks!

 

Author: Sharon Wilharm

Sharon Wilharm is a female filmmaker, blogger, and speaker with over a decade of industry experience. She and her husband, Fred, just released SUMMER OF '67, their seventh feature film. Their movies have screened in theaters, festivals, and churches around the globe as well as multiple television networks. They've accumulated dozens of festival accolades including many Best of Fest awards and 4 ICVM Crown Awards. Sharon is passionate about visual storytelling, branding, and marketing and would love to speak at your upcoming event.

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  1. And it will be on the big screen at the Franklin International Indie Film Festival on Sunday November 4, 2018 in Franklin, TN. Cant wait!!

    Kindest regards, Nancy Puetz “Ethics is knowing the difference between what you may have the right to do and what is right to do. “

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