Best Man Wins at USA Film Festival in Dallas

Best Man Wins, which premiered tonight at the Tribeca Film Festival in NYC, will also be shown as part of next week’s USA Film Festival in Dallas, TX!

It’s part of the 8-film ‘Narrative Films 1’ program, which takes place on Thursday, April 23 at 7 pm at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas. This is a free admission program! For more info, check out these links:

USA Film Festival
Full Schedule of Programs (PDF) – info about the showing of Best Man Wins is on page 3

If you’re able to attend, we’d love to hear what you thought of Best Man Wins!

I’ve also added ten Best Man Wins captures to the gallery, all courtesy of Gonella Productions.

BMW capture

3 Comments on “Best Man Wins at USA Film Festival in Dallas”

  1. Tim’s steely, forceful portrayal of the wronged husband charged Best Man Wins with such energy and anticipation. The packed TriBeCa Festival premiere audience was riveted as his character schemes a most compelling, no-holds barred confrontation with his cheating friend and wife. Director Stepane Dumonceau and Writer Frederick Waterman were delighted at the reception Best Man is receiving. They each raved about working with Tim. The man has some mad chef skills, too.

  2. Of course he has mad chef skills! Didn’t I read somewhere once where him & Elisa used to have their own catering company when they were first starting out?
    I know this movie won’t come here to the dinky little town where I live. *cries* I’ll have to wait & see if they put it out on DVD so I can buy it. *is hopeful*

  3. Short films are difficult to see unless you live near a major metropolitan area that hosts a film festival. Every once in awhile, a short film will be shown prior to a full-length feature film in a theater, but they’re not distributed as widely as full-length films. I don’t know why they haven’t done it, but I wish TriBeCa would make a DVD that features a collection of shorts shown each year.

    I’m glad to hear Best Man Wins is being well-received at TriBeCa–that’s a tough audience, I’m told.

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