This film seems to be really taking off, as it has now been in at least six different festivals and on cable television twice. It's should stand as a tribute to Writer/Director/ Producer Jeff Yanik's ability to creat a "Classic-ish" suspense film.
If anyone interested, ticket information is on the website there.
Also, I was told that the New York Times is running an article about the festival in today's edition, Friday, October 13th. I haven't confirmed that yet. It would be cool if we were mentioned in it.