AWARD-WINNING CLIMATE CHANGE FILM WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO ANNOUNCES GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION DEAL WITH LA-BASED SILICON BEACH DISTRIBUTION
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Los Angeles, CA | March 7, 2017 – Producer Aaron Daniel Taylor and Director/ Writer Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker, creators of the award-winning climate change documentary WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO (2015) have inked a world-wide
distribution deal with Los Angeles, CA-based Silicon Beach Distribution. WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO is the recipient of awards from national and international festivals and garnered Director and Author Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker (WHEN BUFFALO ROAM, THE TRAIL OF PAINTED PONIES, 50 TO 1 (original screenplay)) a 2015 Humanitarian Award of Distinction from ACCOLADE GLOBAL FILM COMPETITION. Additionally, the film was aired on Link TV, direct to 38 million viewers nationwide.
“We’re excited to have WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO as part of our roster of films and to be working with dedicated and talented Producer Aaron Daniel Taylor & Director/Writer Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker,” said Silicon Beach Distribution Co- Founder Peter Greene (Warner Bros, A CINDERELLA STORY). “Silicon Beach Distribution plans a digital and educational release for the film, as well as an introduction to the international marketplace in spring. The film will also be showcased in the upcoming Silicon Beach Film Festival, taking place April 22nd – 28th at the Cinemark 18XD, located at the Howard Hughes Promenade in the heart of LA’s Silicon Beach.” Released in 2015, We Know… closely examines the many climate and environment issues facing our country from Coast to Coast and includes Native American interviews describing the prophesies of the “black snake,” which recently became a major headline with the Keystone and Dakota pipelines. In addition to the April 23rd screening at the Silicon Beach Film Festival held on Earth Day weekend, WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO will also be screening at other Earth Day Celebrations in Colorado and New Mexico. Ms. Baker is also currently touring her recently published book (a companion to the film with the same name), which delves deeper into the issues expressed in the film. Finally, she is working with Cinder Cone Records and The Lab Record Studio founder and Music Producer Howard Wulkan on a very special collection of music inspired by the film, featuring an array of musical artists that represent multiple corners of the globe, all sharing their thoughts, words & music to promote the healing of Mother Earth.
AWARD WINNING CLIMATE CHANGE FILM WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO ANNOUNCES EXCLUSIVE ALBUQUERQUE EARTH DAY SCREENING, Q & A,
BOOKSIGNING AND AFTER PARTY AT THE REMEDY DAY SPA IN NOB HILL | Renowned NM Music Favorite James Whiton to Perform
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Albuquerque, NM March 8, 2017 – Cinder Cone Media Worldwide proudly announces a special Earth Day event on 4/22/17 featuring the screening of, WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO, the award winning climate change documentary film that is also picking up accolades globally alongside their newest distribution deal with Los Angeles, CA based Silicon Beach Distribution. Presented by The Remedy Day Spa in Nob Hill, WKNWWD, with a running time of 55 minutes, will have its screening, followed by a Q & A discussion with renowned filmmaker, Director Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker and her book signing of the companion book of the same name which captures more in depth interviews from the film about the environment and the need for critical change.
Immediately after the screening, a phenomenal After Party is in store for the movie ticket holders. World Renowned Upright Bassist, James Whiton, will be performing songs from his newly released album, PERCHANCE TO DREAM (ABQ based Cinder Cone Records) along with a SNEAK PEEK of music from the upcoming highly anticipated “music inspired” MUSIC2HEALTHEEARTH album inspired from the film itself, WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO, produced by the city’s hottest music producer, Howard “Merlin” Wulkan of The LAB Recording Studio. With a festive Earth Day themed food spread by Spice Gal Gourmet (helmed by uber chef Joy Elizabeth Davis) and popcorn by the Carnivore Popcorn, this event will raise the much needed awareness of saving the earth from ourselves.
“It’s an absolute pleasure to make my way back to The Land of Enchantment,” said Filmmaker, Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker. “New Mexico was home for me for decades and like everywhere else that has such incredible and sacred land, we need to be aware, more than ever of ‘what we know not what we do’ and how together, we can take the steps to heal the planet.”
The screening starts at 6:00 p.m. and is limited to the first 100 people. The $18.00 tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite or via the FB event page. For more information, please visit, www.weknownotwhatwedo.net or call Lainie Sevante’ Wulkan with Cinder Cone Media Worldwide at 505.835.3717.
February 1, 2017
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WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO: Award-Winning Climate Change Documentary Deemed “Political” to be able to air on The Discovery Channel just days after Trump Administration takes down Climate Change link on White House Website
Documentary to be screened at LA’s upcoming Conscious Life Expo, Friday February 10th
February 1, 2017, Albuquerque, New Mexico – Call it a coincidence in the timing, call it the nature of the beast. Within 48 hours of the Trump Administration removing the climate change links to the website, multi award winning filmmaker, Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker receives an email from Discovery Channel indicating her 2015 award winning documentary, WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO about climate change and the destruction of our country’s natural resources is ‘political’ for their channel. Although just nationally aired last month on Link TV ‘s audience of 38 million, Ms. Baker, a renowned industry filmmaker and getting ready to celebrate her 80th birthday finds her film in a state of controversy by sheer opinion by the current state of affairs.
“When I made this film in 2015, I almost thought it was too late,” said Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker. “Now it seems I was a little early for what in 2016/2017 becoming critical to shed light on subjects such as Standing Rock (which was prophesied in the film) and what we truly do not know we’re doing to our Mother Earth. If you think about it, we’re just borrowing this land while temporarily here and destroying it during our visit. It needs to stop or we’re all going to become extinct.”
Ms. Baker also newly released a book as a follow up to the film in the same name to bring a deeper understanding of key and poignant interviews from WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO. The film and new book release will be screening in Los Angeles at the Conscious Life Expo on Friday, January 10th. COMPLIMENTARY copies of the signed book will be available.
Baker, who is represented by New Mexico based, Cinder Cone Media Worldwide, a conscious PR and Media marketing firm, is now booking speaking engagements worldwide to raise awareness of the need for change. A portion of the proceeds from all sponsorships, film and book sales will be donated to non-profit organizations that protect the planet’s most valued resources such as the water at Standing Rock and more to be announced.
January 5, 2017
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WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO’S Filmmaker, Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker, announces national debut of documentary on LINK TV, Global Film Screenings and Book Launch of film’s companion book
January 4, 2017, Albuquerque, New Mexico – With an important and timely subject of climate change and awareness of the devastation of our country’s natural resources, filmmaker Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker’s award winning documentary, WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO is slated to air Nationally on Link TV this month to coincide with multiple film screenings across the country and the release of the film’s companion book of the same name.
Both the film and book release, which Baker wrote to bring a deeper understanding of key and poignant interviews from the film will be showcasing at conferences, universities, and film festivals along with libraries and private corporate events starting with Los Angeles’ Conscious Life Expo on Friday, January 10th.Ms. Baker will be holding additional book signings at multiple venues across the country with the intention of connecting with communities interested in knowing about what is happening to our earth. Only recently has such situations as the disturbance at Standing Rock brought public and news attention.
“This is such a critical time for our awareness of what we’re doing to our planet,” said Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker, “this film brings such an important education piece to the masses because it isn’t what can be done to save the oceans, rivers, forests and jungles, it’s what we as humans haven’t realized what we’ve done and how we can shift our behaviors and find solutions before we become extinct.”
Baker, who is represented by New Mexico based, Cinder Cone Media Worldwide, a conscious PR and Media marketing firm, is offering sponsorships of Ms. Baker’s tour and a portion of the proceeds from all sponsorships, film and book sales will be donated to non-profit organizations that protect the planet’s most valued resources such as the water at Standing Rock and more to be announced.
For a list of airtimes of We Know Not What We Do, film screenings and book signings, please click here
For more information:
Lainie Sevante’ Wulkan
Cinder Cone Media Worldwide