Owl and the Sparrow

Please go see my friend Stephane’s film The Owl and The Sparrow. I was fortunate enough to see it at the Hawaii International Film Festival. It is a really beautiful film with an amazing performance by the young star.

As with all smaller limited release films, the first weekend box office is very important for the life of the film. It is well worth your time and money to see this film.

From Owl And The Sparrow:

Owl and the Sparrow opens TODAY, January 16th in Los Angeles and Orange County and expands the following week to major cities:

January 16, 2008

Laemmle Sunset 5
8000 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Showtimes: 1.40p 4.20p 7.15p 9.45p

Regal Garden Grove
9741 Chapman Ave
Garden Grove, CA 92841
(714) 534-4777
Showtimes: 12.10p 2.40p 5.05p 7.30p 10.05p

Edwards Westpark
3755 Alton Pky
Irvine, CA 92604
(949) 622-8609
Showtimes: 1.30p 4.30p 7.30p 9.50p

Coming Soon:
January 23, 2008 – San Jose, Camera 3
Febuary 6, 2008 – Dallas & Houston, TBA
Febuary 13, 2008 – San Francisco, Sundance Kabuki Theater


January 16, 2009
Laemmle Sunset 5 -West Hollywood
Meet writer/director Stephane Gauger & Exec. Producer Timothy Linh Bui (Green Dragon, Three Seasons) @ the 7.15p & 9.45p showtimes for Q&A

January 17, 2009
Edwards Westpark 8 – Irvine
Q&A with writer/director Stephane Gauger @ 4.30p & 7.30p showtimes


A film by Stephane Gauger

Three Strangers. Five Days


Nominee, John Cassavetes Award – Film Independent’s Spirit Awards

World Premiere, Rotterdam Film Festival
North America Premiere, Cinequest Film Festival

Audience Award, Best Narrative Feature, Los Angeles Film Festival
Best Narrative Feature, San Francisco Intl Asian American Film Festival
Grand Jury Award, Asian Film Festival of Dallas
Best Narrative Feature, Asian Film Festival of Dallas
Crystal Heart Award, Heartland Film Festival
Best Narrative Feature, San Diego Asian Film Festival
NETPAC Award, Hawaii International Film Festival
Emerging Filmmaker Award, Starz Denver International Film Festival
Best Feature Film, Big Apple Film Festival

Nominations: Best Screenplay, Best Actress – Pham Thi Han, Asian Festival of 1st Films, Singapore
Nomination: Breakthrough Director – Stephane Gauger, IFP Gotham Awards

Closing Night Film, DC Asian Film Festival
Closing Night Film, Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival

Cleveland Intl Film Festival
Chicago Asian American Showcase
Opendoek Film Festival, Belgium
Films from the South Festival – Oslo, Norway
Mount Shasta International Film Festival
Austin Film Festival
Middle East International Film Festival
Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival
Cancun International Film Festival


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