LDUB Shorts-Sat. 12 Noon
A MASS OF WINE, 2011, Documentary, 24 min.
Awards: The Indie Gathering, Cleveland, OH - 4th place doc shorts
Production Studio or Company: Harris Marketing Communications, Inc.
Director/Producer/Writer: Joanne L. Harris
Assistant Director: Santi Pathak
Cast: John Cobb
Every village has a story. The story of Oberlinxweiler, Germany, lies in the hands of a local historian who hides two handwritten books throughout WWII to save its history. The books reveal 120 years of history, from 1750-1870, as recorded by the 36 farmers who lived there during this time.
FADED PHOTOGRAPHS, 2010, Romance, 19:31 min.
Directors/Producers/Writers/Cast: Alan Stewart & Mary Alice Stewart
After being widowed for a number of years, a chance meeting offers Michael and Marsha a second opportunity for meaningful companionship, joy and love. But first, Michael must overcome his dependence on the memory of his first wife.
FOR WATER, 2010, Florida Premiere, Dance Film, 7:10
Awards: American Dance Festival -Certificate of Distinction; Park City Film Music Festival-Bronze Medal for Musical Excellence
Production Studio or Company: Metzart
Director: Natalie Metzger
Cast: Lisa Long, Anne Moore, Dewi Nurnaeny, Cherise Richards
A collaboration between dancers from Indonesia and America, For Water is inspired by the importance of water to the islands of Indonesia and to water-starved California. The film follows a pilgramage of five spirits to a sacred place to perform their centennial ritual for water.
BOOK DEAL, , 2011, World Premiere, Drama, 32 min.
Production Studio or Company: Palm Beach film Group, Inc.
Director/Producer/Writer: Frank Eberling
Cast: Peter Marzilli, Katrina Waters
Acclaimed literary scholar Beth Flannery winds up a year- long series of interviews she conducting with world-renowned novelist Robert Darville for an in-depth profile she's writing.
At the last minute, he propositions her, and as their wrenching negotiations proceed, he reveals to her what could be the literary coup of the decade for her career. Will she submit or resist to get her story?
Lake Worth Playhouse Stonzek Theatre (View)
709 Lake Avenue
Lake Worth, FL 33460
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