Upcoming Screenings

Portland Premiere at the Hollywood Theatre

Portland, OR
September 6 at 7:15pm.
Daily showings through September 13.
More info here.

Idaho Movie Premiere

Boise, ID
September 14 at 2pm and 7pm. More info here.

The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival

Fort Lauderdale, Florida
October 18 - November 11, 2013 TBA More info here.

Past Screenings


Galway Film Fleadh

Galway, Ireland
Sunday, July 14th at 2PM

4 Dame Lane

Dublin, Ireland
Monday, July 15th from 7PM - 9PM. Only 80 seats available! Get yours reserved by e-mailing info@followthecamino.com.

Topanga Film Festival

Topanga, California
Saturday, July 20th 4PM at the Rosewood. More info here.

El Festival de Cine y Televisión Camino de Santiago

Spain
June 6th.

Benefit Screening at the Varsity Theatre

Ashland, OR
The benefit screenings were extended due to popular demand
Friday, May 3 to Thursday, May 16

Rainier Independent Film Festival

Ashford,WA
May 11th.

Newport Beach Film Festival

Newport Beach, CA
Sold out all scrennings, including two added screenings.

American Documentary Film Festival

Palm Springs, CA at the River in Rancho Mirage
We could not have asked for better experiences at our simultaneous world premieres this past weekend! As we mentioned, our showings in Ashland all sold out, and the crowds were raving after each screening. Here’s a glimpse into the positive reviews we received after the screenings created by our Outreach Coordinator Mark Till. At AmDocs in Palm Springs, we nearly filled both our showings and took home the "Audience Favorite" award! Not only was this the only award given to a US film at this year's festival, it was one of only three total awards given out. The other two were audience awards for international films. So in the end, Walking the Camino was honored as the best US film to show at this years AmDocs! We feel so incredibly grateful to receive this kind of recognition at the first festival we were a part of. Thank you Ashland and AmDocs!

Ashland Independant Film Festival

Ashland, OR

Tickets sold out the day they went on sale. Given a bonus screening which sold out in 5 hours!


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Our fundraising trek to Santiago

With your help, we have made it to Santiago and have enough money to complete our feature length theatrical version. We will be submitting this 80-minute documentary to film festivals worldwide. We couldn't of done it without all the individual donations, whether they were $5 or a $1,000. Every donation helped us reach our goal and we can't thank you enough. Gracias. Having raised the 225k, means that we have covered all office expenses, editorial expenses and online costs for our theatrical version only. The 225k also represents three years of hard work by our Camino staff. One of the reasons we were able to achieve this incredible feat with such a tight budget, is because our director and all our producers continue to work without pay.

On to Finisterre...

Our next push to Finesterre, is to raise funds to edit our one hour TV version as well as create our DVD. During our international festival run, we plan on connecting with international television stations worldwide. This is an expensive process as all countries have different technical requirements. Additionally, we will have to provide all the translations ourselves. We plan on translating the film into Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Korean.

Concurrently, we will be making a DVD version for sale world wide via our website. On the DVD, we will include an expanded version with additional pilgrims and their stories, which did not make the final cut. Cutting pilgrims from the film was an inevitable part of our film making process due to making an 80 minute film out of 300 hours of footage. But they area all amazing stories and we plan to bring more of them to light on our expanded DVD. We will also include many deleted scenes of our main pilgrims, a behind-the-scenes featurette, hospitalero portraits and much more!

...and to the world

Our third and final push to reach the entire world is to fund a year of marketing/distribution and publicist fees. This means keeping two office staff and hiring a publicist to promote the film. The hiring of the publicist is easily the most expensive item we have, but it guarantees our film will reach a wider audience.