Class Films Premiere at SXSW

Garbage Dreams, a film that celebrates the richness, strength and vitality of Egypt's community of indigenous garbage collectors, known as the Zaballeen or “garbage people," was a crowd favorite at the festival selling out for all three of its screenings. Of Sorry, Thanks, Eric Kohn of indieWIRE writes the film has "keen insight into human behavior," and that it "...has a wonderfully coherent structure, fully developed personalities and mostly gorgeous photograph." Garbage Dream's next screening will be at the Vail Film Festival in April. Sorry, Thanks' next stop will be at the Sarasota Film Festival in April as well.