Welcome to Remake 4 Water... remade
4 Love of
What's your favorite?
Sing it Rudolph!
Why is a 9 year
old movie that was made by a
who knew nothing about making movies, still being watched hundreds of times
a day, and is in EVERY country in the world?
Is it because it's
not the typical negative
that we have always seen in the past?
Article on June
From the co-founder of
The Black Point Film Festival
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
"What DiVita's homemade production lacks in Hollywood slickness...it makes up for in sincerity. It's a labor of love, an honest look into the world of six-tops and bad tips, a glimpse through the round window of the restaurant's kitchen door."
"...it contains in it a
small gem of a story that I know like the back of my hand and have
an immense love for--the food service
"Did I Say Thousand
Island?" is a film about the business and love of food service
told from the point of view of those in the middle of
Make no mistake that this is an independent, low-budget film with unseasoned actors at the helm but it has more heart and gusto than any big-budget mainstream film about the hospitality business. I enjoyed this film for that reason--I knew these situations and I know these people because I have spent the better part of my entire life with them and love them to death......She deserves a nice big tip for this one.
Welcome! My name is Patti and I made a fun movie that's been seen all over the world, and keeps GROWING in numbers! It's a love story set in the restaurant industry. People keep telling me to remake it, but I am not a film-maker nor do I want to be. I need to find the right people to remake
"Did I Say
Thomas Mai is a successful film marketer and he says this:
“Having a good story, knowing what your audience is, perhaps having a message, and starting a movement before the film is even out are keys to success.”
"...but the greatest of
these is love." 1 Corinthians 13:13