This was in the New York Times today:
Starting Nov. 13, the new movie, “Ten9Eight,” will be shown at select AMC theaters in cities including New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. In addition to a theater release, Ms. Mazzio is in talks with several companies to show the film next year on television.
There’s an interesting back story by Mickey Meece, a rgular contributor to the Times on subjects of small business and the like. It’s about Mary Mazzio, filmmaker, who has done one film on entrepreneurs already (Lemonade Stories), and was really interested in doing this one.
While “Lemonade Stories” looked at the impact of mothers on entrepreneurs, her new documentary “Ten9Eight: Shoot for the Moon,” follows a group of students from “Harlem to Compton and all points in between” as they compete in a business plan contest run by the nonprofit group Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship.
It looks like it could be fun. Here’s the link: