Janina Gavankar to Attend Satellite of Love World Premiere

Janina Gavankar as Michelle in Satellite of Love

A few weeks ago I reported that Janina Gavankar’s (Luna Garza) movie Satellite of Love was going to have its world premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival.

Now thanks to a heads up from writer/producer/director of Satellite of Love, Will Moore I have details about the premiere! Janina will be attending the premiere which will take place at the Magnolia theatre on April 14th at 7PM.

If you will be in the Dallas area but cannot attend the premiere, the movie will be screened again at the Magnolia on April 15th at 12:30PM.

“Samuel, Blake and Catherine are longtime friends who share a companionship that is truly special, but they’ve all sadly grown apart through the years. After once being with Samuel, Catherine is now married to Blake and runs an all-consuming restaurant. Attempting to put their differences in the past, Samuel invites the couple to vacation with him and his eccentric DJ girlfriend [Michelle (Janina Gavankar)] in the beautiful California wine country. But reigniting their deep friendship proves more difficult than imagined when they realize that old flames often still smolder.”

Watch the trailer below:

To buy your tickets for Satellite of Love and to learn more about the film, click here. You can also visit the film’s official website here.

True Blood Fan Source would like to thank Will Moore for giving us more information on the film and congratulate him for this momentous achievement. We wish him and the cast all the best for the premiere and hope that the film wins the Texas Competition!

Additional Sources: Dallas Film Festival.org– “Satellite of Love”
Satellite of Love Movie.com– “Satellite of Love”

Image Credit: Satellite of Love



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