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US Theatrical Premiere, April 8, 2016
& Over 120 U.S. & International Screenings
with so many raising awareness for cancer research, treatment & care!
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Australian Premiere, May 23rd
Perth – May 30th @ 6:30 pm (Hosted by Leap Frog Films & Lymphoma Australia)
Sydney – Palace Verona Theatre – June 7th @ 6:30 pm @ 6:30 pm (*Q&A with Vashti Whitfield to follow; hosted by Lymphoma Austraila)
Auckland – Rialto Cinemas Newmarket – July 6th @ 8:00 pm
Adelaide - Feb. 1, 2017 @ 6:30pm Capri Theatre, Goodwood, South Australia
New Zealand Premiere, May 4th
Opening Night Film - Doc Edge Film Festival, New Zealand
Wellington - Roxy Theater - May 4th @ 8:00pm* & May 14th @ 4:30pm*
Auckland - Q Theater - May 18th @ 7:30pm* & May 22nd @ 4:30pm*
Imagine Carlton Cinema - Benefits Sunnybrook Hospital’s Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research. Special guest (TBA) representing the film will be present for a Skype talk-back following the screening.
Regina Public Library Theatre - Nov. 17, 19 & 20 @ 7:00 pm / Nov. 18 @ 9:00pmf
St. Thomas, V.I. - the Forum, Prior-Jollek Hall – Oct. 15th, 6:30pm
Sponsored by The Forum, ICMC, TutuPark Mall, Auven Therapeutics, JF Real Estate
To Benefit Cancer Support VI & VIVE
Winner Audience Award, Los Angeles Film Festival
Nominated Best Documentary Film, Hot Springs Film Festival
Official Selection, Santa Barbara International Film Festival
Official Selection Sedona International Film Festival
Opening Night Premiere & Official Selection, DocEdge Film Festival, NZ
Official Selection, BOFA Tasmania Film Festival
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Maybe McQueen is an homage to my beautiful husband Andy who died of cancer in September 2011, aged just 39. Losing my best friend, the father of my babies, the man I used to laugh with about something ridiculous on a daily basis, has completely broken my heart. At the same time it has fuelled me to get on with my life, to stop waiting until tomorrow when I feel stronger, happier, clearer or braver and to finally back myself in the way that Andy always backed me.