10th Annual LDUB Film Festival Saturday Nov. 6 NOON
GHOST KILLERS dir. John Schellenger
An ambitious ghost hunter is persuaded by his deadbeat ex brother in-law into making a reality show using a team consisting of a clairvoyant Punjabi stripper, an African American ex-convict demonologist, and a high strung LPDP cameraman.
Ray Tauscher: America's Forgotten World Champion Motorcycle Racer dir. Ned Thanhouser
In 1931, Portland, Oregon born Raymond Tauscher won four international motorcycle racing titles in a 12-month period. His achievements in the field of racing and contributions to the sport have been forgotten. This 17-minute film recounts his life story utilizing recently discovered scrapbooks, photo albums, and period film footage of his races.
Ned Thanhouser is an award-winning documentary filmmaker based in Portland, Oregon. He has produced feature and short subject films that deal with early cinema history, World War II aircraft, race cars and their drivers, and motorcyclists. He is a film historian and avid motorcyclist who loves to tell a good story, especially with his youngest son, Michael, who collaborated with him on this project.
MUSIC OF LOVE dir. Melissa Glasscock ANIMATION
In this animated short, music plays the role of matchmaker by taking control of the main character's movements, leading him to dance with the woman he finds attractive.
Melissa Glasscock received an MFA in Animation from Savannah College of Art and Design. She is now at work on her 4th film.
DIANA LYNN dir. Joe Piscottia
Diana Lynn Harris, 27, was last heard from by her family on July 15, 1981. She had recently moved to Big Pine Key, Florida with her children. But after three months in paradise, Christine and her brother were sent back to Michigan to spend the summer with their father and other relatives. They said goodbye to their mother at the airport in Miami on June 7, 1981.
Director Biography - Joe Pisciotta Since 2007, madridSTREETfilms has been selected in over 200 film festivals in the U.S., online and abroad. We have aired on PBS and Public Access TV in the U.S. and Europe. For independent film and commentary visit madridstreetfilms.com for a look at our work.
THE SIP dir. Paul Bestolandes
A man must come to terms with his past on a camping trip. 'The Sip' was shot during the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020. The thematic elements explore death and how loss impacts life.
Our team decided to film on a vintage anamorphic projection lens to retain cost while producing high budget quality. The ISCO Ultra Star Red Anamorphic has a unique film look. The lens elements created a distorted, yet subjective, experience reminiscent to the emotions of our main character. We hope you enjoy our small project. We believe in times of distress; artistic endeavors pervade the path to enlightenment
L.I.F.E., Episode 2: The Road Not Taken dir.Dathan Smith
In the near future, LIFE card recipients must confront their imminent demise and tie up loose ends before their death in 60 days.
Grace has given her life to being the proper lady. Married her high school sweetheart. Had 1 boy and 1 girl and the perfect home in a sublime neighborhood. Life is perfect, until she receives a LIFE card. The death note leaves her with many questions. What has she done with her life? Was it fulfilling? Was it special? Will her fears of lack of experience lead her down a rabbit hole she cant return from?
Lake Worth Playhouse Stonzek Theatre (View)
713 Lake Avenue
Lake Worth, FL 33460
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