A Great June
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.