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Do As I See has just been named an official selection of the Sacramento Film & Video Festival. The screening will be at 8 p.m. on July 28 at the Crest Theatre in downtown Sacramento; buy tickets online, and be there!

WE HAVE A NEW WINNER! | July 10, 2009

The winner of our second iPod contest is David Nelson of Mazomanie, WI. Congratulations, David -- and thanks to everyone who signed up to see Do As I Say. If you haven't signed up to bring the theater to your town, please take a moment to do so now!

YOU CAN REVIEW DO AS I SAY | April 22, 2009

Do As I Say premieres Tuesday, April 28, at the Newport Beach Film Festival--and if you are anywhere near Southern California, you should take the afternoon off from work and go. Here's what people are already saying about the film:

--I saw an early screener of the film, and I thought it was great. I can't wait to see the final cut. Like Nick Tucker's other films, this one also weaves drama and humor, documentary and entertainment. I love that he gives Michael Moore a taste of his own medicine. The hypocrisies that are exposed in this documentary are truly mind blowing. Great film!
--Wow! The movie brings the book to life, brings so much vigor to the information, and adds humor in the midst of the issues. Just as things get tense, as you feel the weight of the hypocrisy pressing down on you, a touch of humor shows the absurdity of the political realm.
--This film is equally funny and infuriating. I was chuckling as much as I was shaking my head in disgust. Extremely entertaining and enlightening, and never a dull moment (unlike most doc films). It's so cheeky and smart. Love it.
--High on production value, low on bias. Seriously. You'd think at first blush that it might pander to one side of the political aisle, but watch it and judge for yourself. And besides, the humor alone will make it worth your while. Check it out.
Maybe you were one of the lucky ones who got to check out a preview screening of Do As I Say last week in D.C. at the Heritage Foundation. If so, please add your review to the NBFF site! All you have to do is register and you are good to go.

Buy tickets for the premiere here. Hope to see you there!

PREVIEW DO AS I SAY IN D.C.! | April 6, 2009

Are you in D.C.? If so, set aside some time on April 16 to catch a special preview screening of Do As I Say at 5 p.m. at the Heritage Foundation. Director and star Nick Tucker will be there, and will host a Q&A afterward, and it should be a lot of fun. The event is free and open to the public--but you do need to reserve a spot. Just RSVP if you plan to come!


We are delighted to announce that Do As I Say will celebrate its world premiere on April 28 at the Newport Beach Film Festival. Buy tickets online now for the 2 p.m. showing at the historic Lido Theatre. Just a block from the beach, the Lido opened in 1938 with Bette Davis' Jezebel at the top of the marquee. It's now a renowned venue for independent film--and a fitting setting for this movie's long anticipated release. Be there!

SEE YOU AT THE BEACH! | February 23, 2009

Do As I Say has just been named an official selection of the 2009 Newport Beach Film Festival! The festival runs from April 23 - 30, and we'll post more details about screening venues and times when we have them. We hope we'll see you there!

WE HAVE A WINNER! | January 20, 2009

To all the folks who signed up to see Do As I Say--and to win an iPod--we have a winner! Congratulations to Rob of Frisco, Texas. May the film come to your area--and to theaters across the country--soon. With all your help, we're getting there!

SIGN UP AND SPREAD THE WORD! | September 16, 2008

Lately we've gotten a flood of requests for screenings from around the country. It's undeniable that there's an audience out there waiting for Do As I Say. Particularly enthusiastic is St. Louis, with 40+ screening requests as of the time of this posting. I suppose this is the response one should expect from the "Show-Me State"! However, the message hasn't gotten to all 50 states yet, and so we'd like your help spreading the word.

Take a look at our screening map. As I write this, we still haven't heard from anyone in the following states (listed in no particular order): Montana, Idaho, Alaska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nevada, Wyoming, Arizona, Kansas, Arkansas, Minnesota, Mississippi, Vermont, Maine or Kentucky. There are some requests from the northern border between Idaho and Washington that look suspiciously like they might be from some folks in Idaho proper, but let's err on the side of caution.

So if you know anyone who lives in the states listed above, and if you think they might be interested in a film like this, send them an email with a link to the Do As I Say site and tell them to sign up and request a screening in their area. Heck, send word along to anyone you know, even if they're not in one of the states listed above, and let's show the folks at the major distribution companies that a film like Do As I Say has an audience waiting for it out there!

WORLD PREMIERE OF DO AS I SAY, OCTOBER 2, 2008! | August 23, 2008

Since its founding in 2003, the American Film Renaissance festival has become a standard-bearer in the effort to support and sustain the kinds of films that are too often neglected by Hollywood. Over the past few years, it has hosted screenings of such remarkable efforts as The World's Fastest Indian (starring Oscar-winner Anthony Hopkins), Mother of Mine (Finland's acclaimed Academy Award submission for Best Foreign Film), and Emmanuel's Gift (narrated by Oprah Winfrey). So we're delighted and proud to announce that this year's American Film Renaissance festival will host the long-awaited world premiere of Do As I Say. Held at Washington, D.C.'s Carnegie Institution on October 2 at 7:00 p.m., the screening will be followed by a Q&A session and after-party featuring director Nick Tucker. Tickets are now available from the festival website.

COMING SOON TO YOUR RADIO... | August 20, 2008

Over the coming weeks, filmmaker Nick Tucker will feature on radio shows around the country. Tune in to hear this hip young director discuss Do As I Say, the film that will forever change how we see America's political leaders....

  • On Tuesday, August 26, from 11:50–12:00 a.m. EST, Tucker will feature on The Right Balance with Greg Allen, nationally syndicated by Accent Radio Network and streamed over the Internet.
  • On Wednesday, August 27, from 9:35–9:50 a.m. EST, Tucker will be a guest on the Brad Davis Show, broadcast statewide in Connecticut by Buckley Broadcasting.
  • On Wednesday, August 27, from 5:35–5:55 p.m. EST, Tucker will feature on The Drive with Gary Nolan, broadcast on KSSZ 93.9 FM from Columbia, MO, and streamed over the Internet.
  • On Friday, August 29, from 10:10–10:20 a.m. EST, Tucker will be a guest on Mancow in the Morning, nationally syndicated on the Talk Radio News Network (find local stations).
  • On Monday, September 1, from 11:30–12:00 p.m. EST, Tucker will feature on What's Up with Terry Lowry, broadcast on KKHT 100.7 FM from Houston, TX, and streamed over the Internet.
  • On Wednesday, September 3, from 6:35–6:50 a.m. PST, Tucker will feature on the Lee Rogers Morning Show, broadcast on KSFO 560 AM from San Francisco, CA, and streamed over the Internet.
  • On Monday, September 8, from 8:35–8:55 a.m. EST, Tucker will be a guest on Sean and Frank in the Morning, broadcast on WCBM 680 AM from Baltimore, MD, and streamed over the Internet.
  • On Wednesday, September 10, from 8:35–8:55 a.m. EST, Tucker will feature on the Tom Roten Morning Show, broadcast on WVHU 800 AM from Huntington, WV, and streamed over the Internet.
  • On Saturday, September 13, from 8:05–8:30 a.m. EST, Tucker will feature on the Randy Tobler Show, broadcast on 97.1 FM Talk, St. Louis, MO, and nationally syndicated by Radio America.
  • On Tuesday, September 16, from 6:30–6:50 a.m. PST, Tucker will feature on Richmond AM News, broadcast on 1140 AM, Richmond, VA.
  • On Friday, September 19, from 4:30–5:00 p.m. EST, Tucker will be a guest on Upfront with Vicki McKenna (guest hosted by Brian Schming), broadcast on WIBA 1310 AM and WISN 1230 AM Madison–Milwaukee, WI, and streamed over the Internet.
  • On Tuesday, September 23, from 2:30–2:55 p.m. EST, Tucker will feature on the Steve Deace Show, broadcast on WHO 1040 AM, Des Moines, IA.

WHILE YOU WAIT... | August 15, 2008

We'll have exciting announcements soon about this fall's world premiere of Do As I Say. But while you wait, why not visit the site's front page and sign up to bring the film to your area? You can also show your support for the film by joining our groups on Facebook and MySpace and by visiting our dedicated Do As I Say page on YouTube.

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