Saturday, April 09, 2011

The Lakeland documentary is done, sorta

[Posted at Bene Diction Blogs On, Oct. 28, 2010]

In response to my e-mail, Roy Petersen, kindly offers an update on his Lakeland/Todd Bentley documentary.

He writes:

"Currently the film is with a sales agent and is being entered into film festivals so right now it's not for public consumption in the sense of buying the DVD, although we are almost complete mixing a longer more in-depth version of the film, which will be available on Amazon within a few months. We are currently working on a new website which will feature the film and have news and information as it happens..."

He adds that there is a 52 minute version of the film finished at the moment, presumably the one being offered to film festivals. But as he adds that he is planning to sell in a few months what we could call a "directors cut" on DVD on Amazon, what I may do is wait for that instead. (If there are ony problems, say, with the 52 minute version that would be fixed in the "director's cut" perhaps that would be better to blog about.)

I will, of course, pass on what I am able to learn as I learn it.