Press Release November 20, 2013
David de Hilster
Long Beach, California
Screening of the Documentary film “Einstein Wrong - The Miracle Year” at the Arts Theater in Long Beach Saturday, December 7, 2013 at 9 pm
Long Beach (November 20, 2013) - Bootstrap Productions of Long Beach California announces the first theatrical screening of the feature-length documentary "Einstein Wrong - The Miracle Year" directed by David de Hilster at the Arts Theater in Long Beach California on Saturday, December 7, 2013 at 9 pm to midnight. The 90 minute film documents a suburban housewife who takes on the icon of 20th century physics and finds miracles along the way.
Started in the year 2005, the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Miracle year, the film follows Mrs. de Hilster from Long Beach as she goes on a journey into the dissident world of physics where Einstein is not revered, but revoked. During the journey, the de Hilster family not only takes on challenges to Einstein, but overcomes personal obstacles in a touching story of triumph over possible tragedy.
Before the screening, guests can meet director David de Hilster, the production team, and cast including soundtrack composer Michael Ruggieri in a pre-film gathering at 9 pm. After the screening there will be a panel discussion featuring the director, producers, cast and scientists from the film lead by writer / director, Kip Stolberg. There will also be a special screening of the film’s music video featuring Michael Ruggieri’s theme song sung by Kayla Trindade-Schweitzer, also Long Beach residents.
The screening takes place on Saturday, December 7th, 2013 from 9 pm to midnight at the Arts Theater located at 2025 E 4th St Long Beach, CA 90814. More information at http://www.einsteinwrong.com or call 310-991-5744.
About David de Hilster
David de Hilster is a scientist, artist, and filmmaker who met Argentine Physicist Dr. Ricardo Carezani in the early 1990s in Long Beach California who showed Einstein Wrong back in the 1940s. De Hilster has worked with Carezani and other scientists around the world in helping them get their work and theories recognized eventually starting the World Science Database (www.worldsci.org) in 2008 which now catalogs over 2000 scientists worldwide who work outside the mainstream. De Hilster has been a member of the International Documenary Association since 2004 and is currently submitting his film to major film festivals around the world.