Politico Debuts 11/4/08 Disappointment

An outtake from 11/4/08 has premiered on Politico. Shot by filmmaker Frank V. Ross in Chicago, this was some of the only footage of conservatives that initially came my way. I want more!

Your Child at Wall Street Journal

An exclusive clip from 11/4/08, shot by Kevin Co from Homer, Alaska, has premiered at The Wall Street Journal:

They also interviewed me.

11/4/08 is now available to watch online!

Buy or rent 11/4/08 at a web portal of your choosing:

Something Random on Movieweb

Movieweb just premiered a video that Henry Joost (co-director of Catfish) submitted to The 11/4/08 Project...

Though it was too random to make the final cut of the film, nothing is too random for this website, as long as it took place within the waking hours of November 4, 2008.

Refresh Your Memory

Vanity Fair has the exclusive premiere of Refresh Your Memory, a video in which Ben Sinclair takes to the streets of the West Village to find out how many people know their important dates, including 11/4/08...

Thanks to Lucas Verga for the concept!  More »

Live Q&A

Watch here on 10/20 at 8:45pm ET / 7:45pm CT as filmmaker Jeff Deutchman streams from the Philadelphia Film Festival into 20 cities for a live Q&A.

There will be an additional Q&A one hour later for another batch of theaters.  More »

11/4/08 on MTV

MTV just premiered an exclusive clip from the film!

New Trailer Premiere

The new version of the trailer just premiered at

Hamptons panel

I'll be on SnagFilm's "Midterm Madness" panel at the Hamptons International Film Festival this Friday to discuss political documentaries with Ondi Timoner, Kim Snyder and the directors of On Coal River. If you're out there, come check it out.

Friday, October 8, 4:30pm
First Presbyterian Church Hall
120 Main Street