Some quick news, Sealaska’s land bill has successfully been passed by Congress, they have swapped their original land selections for more valuable productive forest areas and now we hope they will become FSC certified.
As the leaves are falling we thought we’d give you some sneak peeks into Musicwood news…
We wanted to let you all know that Musicwood is now screening on the following TV networks: AMC in Asia and the Middle East starting November 1st. And you may have already caught it on the Russian TV network Rt.com, that also has cable networks in many other countries.
If you’re flying off for the holidays you can watch Musicwood on Quantas airlines right now, and Finnair and Indonesian airlines very soon.
And if you’re in the UK, we’re also giving you the inside scoop that we will be announcing that Musicwood will be on iTunes in time for the Christmas Holidays. Yes sir!
America you already have the luxury to watch the film on iTunes, Amazon Instant, VUDU, Google Play and Hoopla.
And our Musicwood DVDs are also available in the following stores and more cities are being added daily
Gruhn’s Guitars in Nashville
Rudy’s Music in New York City
Fretworks in Chicago
Elderly Instruments in Michigan
Landmark E Street Cinema in Washington, DC
Our DVDs will be $19.95 as a HOLIDAY DISCOUNT, so all of you who can’t afford to buy your loved ones a Martin, Taylor or Gibson guitar for the holidays, you might want to give them the next best thing. Click on “store” above.
Have a great Fall.
June has been an incredible month.
Sealaska shareholders voted for their Board of Directors and the shareholders had the opportunity to vote against discretionary voting. Discretionary voting allows the sitting board to use these shareholders’ votes to assign to their own candidates which doesn’t make for a fair and even voting system for the Independents. Controversially, Sealaska made sure to tell all shareholders that discretionary voting should stay in place.
Today you can catch the last airing of Musicwood on the Russian TV network RT, the film has been screening all month.
We screened the film in UK theaters in 7 cities around the country and we also had our last US theatrical screenings in Washington DC to fantastic audiences every night. The film is widely available in the US on digital platforms but now is also available on iTunes in Canada, which is really exciting. We will also screen on AMC in Asia and the Middle East later this year, and we are working hard to make the film available in Europe and other continents around the world. In the meantime we do have DVDs available and have been shipping them all around the world.