Chatterbox will be screened in Washington, DC on October 10th, 2009 at the University of District of Columbia.
The showtimes are 2:00PM and 4:00PM.
University of the District of Columbia
4200 Connecticut Ave, NW
Washington DC, 20008
Link: Google Map
The Pensacola News Journal featured an article on Chatterbox and the recent premiere in Gulf Breeze.
It was certainly worth the wait. More than a year in the making, which is the norm for the industry, on Sunday, the cast, crew and their families of "Chatterbox — The Movie" were treated to a screening of the Chomer Family Film production at the Breeze Cinema 8. Complete with paparazzi and the red carpet, the stars exited the limousine and brought with them another piece of Hollywood to Santa Rosa County.
The film by Jane Lawalata is about a teenager's discovery of what she loses in her quest to win her school's coveted chatterbox title. With scenes shot at Gulf Breeze Middle School, a home in Gulf Breeze and the Quietwater Beach Boardwalk, it is awesome to see our community and many local stars, cast and extras on the big screen.
Gulf Breeze News featured the Chatterbox The Movie premiere online and in their paper. Below are some excerpts from the article by Lisa Newell.
Gulf Breeze Cinema 8 was the setting for a Hollywood-style movie premiere when cast and crew and their families got their first glimpse at "Chatterbox," the movie filmed almost entirely at Gulf Breeze Middle School last year.
The premiere had all the trappings of a Hollywood event, complete with a stretch limo carrying the cast, a red carpet and paparazzi, except that it occurred at 11 a.m. on Sunday morning to avoid conflicting with the theatre's schedule.
The movie is produced by Fort Walton Beach-based Chomer family films, directed by Jane Lawalata and cast by Rebecca Taylor of IZON modeling and talent agency.
Stars include Brianna Chomer, 14 a freshman at Fort Walton Beach High School, and Allison Bailey, 17, a junior at Tate High School. Kelsea Naggatz, 17, a senior at Gulf Breeze High School, plays a teacher in the film, coincidentally named Miss Naggatz.
"They thought my name was so funny that they used it," Naggatz said.
Also featured prominently was Macy deMahy, another senior at Gulf Breeze High.
Maddie Bookout, 10, had one spoken line in the movie, "I like your shoes," spoken to the main character.
"It was exciting to see how the process goes and everything," Bookout said."