We’ve got five DVDs of our groundbreaking documentary, “The Dating Project,” and we’re looking for five lucky folks to take them home.
After our theatrical preview in April — with sold-out theaters in Los Angeles, New York and other major cities — the film is now available on DVD at Target and Walmart (and at their online stores), and for digital streaming or purchase at Amazon.com (which also sells the DVD), Vudu, Google Play and iTunes (actually, we sold out at Amazon and just restocked).
Here’s what a professional matchmaker in L.A. recently had to say:
As soon as I watched The Dating Project, I started recommending it to our Bachelors and Bachelorettes. With beautiful cinematography and honest, touching testimonials, this film challenges the hook-up culture with grace and dignity. It begins a dialogue for all singles to look beyond superficial encounters to unearth true, joyful love in their own lives.
– Cristina (Conti) Pineda, Celebrity Matchmaker at Matchmakers In The City
“The Dating Project” was also mentioned in a video from social-media influencer, speaker and college chaplain Father Mike Schmitz:
Here’s how the Quad City Times described it:
“The Dating Project,” whose subtitle is ”A movie for every single person,” is a documentary. Don’t think that means it isn’t interesting or full of fascinating characters, because it is. It’s every bit as engaging, compelling and thought-provoking as a feature film.
The movie’s demographic is the 50 percent of people in the United States who are single. Of those, it’s especially aimed at people in their early 20s to 40s who seek a partner they can love and with whom they can form a relationship. The script follows in particular five different people who consider why they are alone, what their romantic history is like and what they think about the concept of dating.
Images: Courtesy Family Theater Productions, Paulist Productions, MPower Pictures, PureFlix