Dear Ike is now available to stream nationwide on the PBS app!
We are honored to have two Telly Awards for 2024:
Gold for Documentary: Long Form
Silver for Use of Music: Television
We were thrilled to win Best Feature Documentary at the LA Press Club's National Arts & Entertainment Awards.
See photos from the awards gala here.
Our producer, Andy Steinlen appeared on NBC's Daytime in Tampa, Florida to talk about the film.
Click the logos below to read articles about the film featured in local newspapers:
We're incredibly honored to be included on Ben Cahlamer's year-end list of his favorite films over at The Movie Revue.  Ben originally wrote a truly fantastic review of the film, cleverly crafted in the form of a fan letter).
We were thrilled to receive the Documentary Audience Award at the 2021 Filmocracy Fest! An article about the festival and the awards ceremony appears here.
We are overjoyed to announce that Dear Ike was the recipient of the award for Best Documentary Feature at the 2021 Orlando Film Festival! 
For details about our other festival screenings check out our FESTIVALS page.
News of our screening at the Napa Valley Film Festival got a mention in Variety, as well as the Napa Valley Register!
The Mountain Democrat, California's oldest newspaper, featured an image from our film in their coverage of the Napa Valley Film Festival.
Film Threat, an amazing champion of indie films, featured a review of Dear Ike.
*spoiler alert, the review does give away a few surprises
News of our Hollywood Premiere at Dances With Films made it to Broadway World Los Angeles
Mark Sugiyama of Eclectic Arts gave Dear Ike 4.5 stars!  Read the full review here
We're honored that Gr8er Days, a website devoted to all things pop-culture, featured our film as one of their "Bombshells!"
Johanna Carlson wrote a lovely piece about our film on her site Comics Worth Reading.
Ike Eisenmann talked with fans of all things pop culture, Forces of Geek about the film and his career in an extensive interview featured on their website.
On-line magazine, VoyageLA, which presents profiles of the people that make Los Angeles a fantastic, vibrant city, featured an interview with director, Dion Labriola.