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10th Annual LDUB Film Festival Saturday Nov. 6 4 pm
Lake Worth Playhouse Stonzek Theatre
Lake Worth, FL
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10th Annual LDUB Film Festival Saturday Nov. 6 4 pm
CHERRY LN. dir. Emily Skye
On the eve of her 30th birthday, Rose realizes she's tired of living a mediocre life, impulsively breaks up with her fiancé and rides her bicycle to a motel. With the help of her best friend, Olive, they embark on a self discovery adventure.
Director Biography - Emily Skye is an award winning director and cinematographer, who shot her debut feature, River also has the "Reframe Stamp" for a gender balanced film and is along side of Wonder Woman, Lady Bird, Nomadland (released worldwide July 13th 2021 by Gravitas Ventures), which she filmed September 2020, during the pandemic. She won over 18 awards for her short film of River, filmed May 2020, which is on DUST and Hollyshorts Bitpix.
Emily has a highly anticipated Whiskey Docuseries adventure called Binder's Stash coming out fall 2021. Emily is also in development of a worldwide phenomenon book series called "Significance" filming begins Feb 2022.
Seeing the need within the filmmaking community on social media, Emily became a mentor on Industry Jump, coaching women in film, soon branching out and created a tribe called #shefilmtribe on Instagram. This is a safe place for women to come together, encourage, love and talk. Women from all over the world in the industry have joined the sisterhood.
Emily is also a Global Brand Ambassador for LUMIX Panasonic.

STUDIO 210 dir. Lily Weisberg
Miles is 19 and afraid. Afraid his paintings are no good, that his gap year was a complete procrastinatory waste, and that his beloved girlfriend will abandon him when they go off to separate colleges in the fall. In an attempt to temper Miless existential dread, his mom sets him up to work with her painter friend, Camille, at her studio in Brooklyn. When Miles enters Camilles orbit, he is immediately drawn in by her creative productivity, the languid sensuality of her long days in the studio, and the coherence of the worlds that she builds in her paintings. As the summer unfolds, an intense intimacy builds in studio 210.
Director Biography - Lily Weisberg
Lily Weisberg is a film and theater director graduating from Yale with a B.A. in Humanities, where her primary focuses were in Shakespeare and nonfiction creative writing. Her films have been selected for the NewFilmmakers NY Film Festival, New York Film Festival, and the Big Apple Film Festival. She served as director of an international film festival at Yale and as the President of the Yale Film Alliance, an organization that connects Yale students and alumni in the film industry. Along with Matt Nadel, she is the co-founder of Lynwood Films.

MR. THEME MUSIC dir. Jason Land
A struggling musician, trying to build his business of playing theme music for your day, gets hired by the wrong client.
Under his film company, Transient Films, Jason has led teams in the 48 Hour Film Project for several years, producing, among others, Tahiti," "Open Your Eyes and The Stakeout, which won the coveted Audience Award. Jason has collaborated extensively with Darktooth Films and its award winning filmmaker Michael Eldon Lobsinger.
Jason wrote and directed his acclaimed short "Ghost in the Woods" which was awarded at many festivals and is available on Amazon Prime Video. Jason's most recent work, the short comedy "Mr. Theme Music" has screened at over 25 festivals worldwide and has earned numerous awards, including Best Comedy, Best Short and Best Screenplay.

SAVE HER KISS  dir. Michael Eldon Lobsinger    Music Video
A 'love letter' music video from Artist, Singer/Songwriter, Robert 'Bobby' Gugliuzza to his wife, Maria; and vice versa. Maria stars in the music video with Bobby. A fun, theatrical love song with a taste of ol' rock n' roll and some animation. Great local artists.
Michael is the creative force / director of Rotten Mangos shown in a previous LDUB Festival. He says, On December 11, 2016, I premiered my 10th film, my third narrative short, 'Rotten Mangos.' In September 2017, at the Buffalo Niagara International Film Festival, the film won Best Original Soundtrack for composer Robert 'Bobby' Gugiluzza and Best On-Screen Duo for myself and my lead actor, John Zambito. In November 2017, the film won Best Florida Short at the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival and Best Short Screenplay at the 2018 Treasure Coast International Film Festival

Location

Lake Worth Playhouse Stonzek Theatre (View)
713 Lake Avenue
Lake Worth, FL 33460
United States

Categories

Film > Festivals
Film > Movies

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Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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