Moondance International Film Festival (August 29 - September 1st) Boulder, Colorado Screenings date: Saturday, August 30th.
The 51st Annual Monterey Jazz Festival (September 20th, 5:30pm Jazz Theater - Monterey, California (Music with Milcho Leviev, Screening & Discussion).
Earshot Jazz Festival (October 18 - November 9) Screening dates: November 1 & 3. Northwest Film Forum.
Great Britian & The British Isles DVD & CD Distributor Sleepy Night Records and Producer Gary Gillies has signed an Agreement with Sights & Sounds Films for a extended Menu Boxed DVD Package of Electric Heart
set for release in late 2008!
Milcho Leviev, long time Pianist and Composer for The Don Ellis Band wins The Sofia Bulgaria Music Award after multiple Screenings of Electric Heart
to great acclaim at The Sofia International Film Festival 2008. Electric Heart
recent Screenings and Official Selections have been The Wuerzburg, Germany Jazz Initiative & Cinemax Theater's Europe Premiere, The San Francisco Independent Film Festival sponsored by The LA Jazz Institute and A Special Screening of Electric Heart
at Premiere Cinema's at Fashion Square - Orlando, Florida sponsored by Standard Entertainment. Electric Heart
just had its Rotterdam, Netherlands Premiere at The North Sea Jazz Festival sponsored by NPA-Holland and was a Official selection of The Napa Sonoma Wine Country Film Festival.
The World Premiere was Sponsored by The Los Angeles Jazz Institute at The Four Points Sheraton Hotel LAX in 2007 to a sold out audience!
NORTH AMERICAN THEATRICAL & TELEVISION RIGHTS ARE STILL AVAILABLE! Electric Heart Official Movie Website Praise for Don Ellis
A most uplifting and spirited Jazz Biography on one of the most creative and innovative Jazz Artists of all time!" --The Jazz Image
Jazz had to Invent a new term when it came to Don Ellis!" --Maynard Ferguson
It is such an important work. This Documentary revitalizes the evolution of Jazz and tells a compelling story of a unsung hero." --Dr. Penelope Price, Director of Artist of Resistance
A Great Film about an often overlooked Master." --Peter Lucas, Northwest Film Forum