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'Kalamazoo?' opened in its hometown on April 7 and has registered several "sold out" shows. Coverage in the local media report that audiences are loving this movie. The comedic scenes draw huge laughs while the more dramatic scenes have sparked a few tears. Getting to see a local town on the big screen is pretty cool and references to various businesses showcase the producers' pride in their hometown.
The cast -- including Joanna Clare Scott, Mayim Bailik, Josie Davis and Michael Boatman, spent the weekend mixing and mingling with crowds during a series of public appearances and Q&A sessions.
This film is currently running in Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Holland, Grand Haven and Lowell. Even though the premiere festivities have passed, directors Joanna Clare Scott and Dana E. Kowalski continue to speak locally (4/13 at 6:30 p.m. at Herrick Library, Holland). Dates for the next release cities will be announced soon.
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