DC's print & web publication On Tap, which deals with area entertainment & night life, has an article about Date Number One in its July issue.
Here is the opening paragraph of the article:
" Having already screened in New York City and Seattle in 2006, Sujewa Ekanayake’s film Date Number One, featuring a number of the District’s indie film actors, will have its first weeklong run in Kensington, Maryland this month. Comprised of five different stories, all about first dates, the film has been described as “about as charming as they come,” by Michael Tully, a SXSW film festival selected filmmaker, who continued on to say Date Number One “presents a world in which cultures don’t clash, they mesh.” Chuck Tryon, a media professor, treaded along this tangent as well, writing that the 30-somethings’ search for love in Ekanayake’s film “might be understood as the anti-Crash depiction of life in the city.”
Read the rest here.
Print copies of the magazine can be found in many metro train stations, bars, restaurants and other venues in DC.
Thanks On Tap!
UPDATE 7/2/07: Just picked up a few print copies of the magazine; Date Number One is listed on the cover - very good. I am going to have some copies of the mag at the Armory during the 7/12 - 18 run, for people to check out.
GreenCine Daily mentions the On Tap article here. Thanks GCD!