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Thanks for visiting! 1918 - the film is an independent short film about two life-long Red Sox fans who miraculously land tickets to the World Series. On the way to the big game, disaster strikes at every corner.

After three years of wicked hard work, we finally shot our footage. You may have seen us around MA or outside ALCS and World Series games at Fenway in 2004! And what a year to choose! This is a film made about Red Sox fans by Red Sox fans. Most of our cast and crew are Massachusetts natives.

Jeremy Brothers and Michael Cuddire as Petey and Tim.

Principal shooting for the film took place October 16 - 25th, 2004. We have a cut available for film festivals and screenings, but we're still fine-tuning!

How you can see 1918 -the film

We're thrilled to say we've been accepted into the New England Film & Video Festival, Williamstown Film Festival, and New Hampsire Film Expo for 2006. We have also screened at the Plymouth Independent Film Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival, the and Rhode Island International Film Festival. Join our our email list to get screening, festival, and party updates. We won't sell or use your name anywhere else.

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Writer/Director Jay Burke gets props at the New York
Mets' Shea Stadium during a softball event at the ballpark.

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Upcoming Film Festivals
and other screenings:

Long Island Int'l Film Exp.
Tue. July 17, 2007 9:30 pm
Bellmore Movies, Bellmore, NY

Screened at
the following festivals:

New England Film & Vid. Fest.
October 5 - 9, 2006
Sun. Oct. 8 @ 7pm
Coolidge Corner Theatre, Brookline, MA

New Hampsire Film Expo
October 12 - 15, 2006
Sat Oct 14 @ 12:45pm
Muddy River, Portsmouth, NH

Williamstown Film Festival
October 19 - 29, 2006
Sat Oct 28 @ 10:00am
Images Cinema
50 Spring Street
Williamstown, MA

Northampton Independent
Film Festival

November 8 - 12, 2006
Sun, Nov 12, 3:15pm
Academy of Music Theater
274 Main Street
Northampton, MA

Plymouth Independent
Film Fest. (MA)

July 21 - 24, 2005

Woods Hole Film Festival
July 30 - August 6, 2005

Rhode Island International
Film Festival

August 9 - 14, 2005

Columbia Film Festival
May 1 - 8, 2005
Symphony Space, NYC
2537 Broadway (at 95th St.)

Special screenings:

Cask 'n Flagon
62 Brookline Ave
Across from Fenway Park

Sun, April 3, 2005

(Red Sox Opening Day)

(Sox at Yankees at 8:05pm)
Fri, April 8, 2005
(Sox at Blue Jays at 7:15pm)

Indie film on Game 7?
That's the ticket!

Sox film rounding third,
hoping to head for home

Rooting for the home team

Lights, Camera, Red Sox

WSAR AM 1480 - Fall River
1/7/2005 @ 2:20pm
"SouthCoast Weekend"

CN8 "SportsPulse"
Television Appearances
w/ Ed Berliner
Thu. 1/20/2005 @ 10pm
Tue 3/29/2005 @ 10pm

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1918 - the film
Based on a true story
Written and Directed by Jay Burke

Congratulations 2004 Boston Red Sox - World Series Champions!