Miranda July's Me and You and Everyone We Know opens at the new IFC Center in New York in a little bit less than two weeks, and the recent Camera D'Or winner is (probably needlessly) fretting over opening week attendance. "If all these shows sell out all weekend," she writes on her blog, "then people in the rest of the country have a fighting chance of seeing the movie." But how do you get the requisite seats filled? July's looking for to broadcast her message to the skies: "[I] wonder how expensive is it to hire a plane to fly over the cities that says: See Me and You and Everyone We Know! ... Perhaps you know someone who flies one of those skywriter planes for a living. Or, alternately, maybe you can tell your friends to go." Consider it done.