For the tentative line-up of film viewing times at LAFF click HERE
So which films got nominated? Click HERE to find out. And remember, it’s an honor just to be nominated. Just ask anybody in The Wolf of Wall Street.
Feb. 24 News: Bridge and Tunnel will be having its World Premiere at LAFF this April
If you’re looking for the film that people are going to be talking about and that is sure to make a big splash on the film festival scene and beyond, look no further than Bridge and Tunnel, the Jason Brescia-directed feature film that will be making its WORLD PREMIERE at LAFF in April. A group of twenty-somethings struggle to cope with break ups, student debt, and the transition to adulthood while living with their parents in the suburbs of New York City. The film features such established names as Arjun Gupta (Nurse Jackie, Stand Up Guys), Wass Stevens (House of Cards, The Wrestler) and Annet Mahendru (The Americans, Escape from Tomorrow). It also features up-and-comers Ryan Metcalf, Mary Kate Wiles, Natalie Knepp and Joe Murphy. Several members of the cast and crew are expected to attend the world premiere on April 5 and we will keep you up-to-date on exactly who will be coming. LAFF thanks Brescia and the producing crew for deciding to debut this fantastic film at our festival and we urge you to check out the trailer below. For more on the film, click HERE
Feb. 16 News: ‘How to Kill a Zombie’ to hold its world premiere at Lewiston Auburn Film Fest
It’s another world premiere for LAFF! We’re proud to announce that How To Kill a Zombie will be debuting at LAFF this April. This hilarious zombie tale was shot in and around the area with more locals doubling as zombies than you can shake a stick (or pitchfork) at! For more information click HERE.
*** For results on Saturday night’s Student Competition, Round 1, visit HERE **
Feb. 4 news: This year’s fundraiser set for Feb. 28! Join us for a night of fun and previews!
Jan. 24 News: Roy Abramsohn of ‘Escape from Tomorrow’ attending LAFF in April
Jan 22 News: ‘A Place of Truth’ joins LAFF lineup – Mott, Rudich to attend!
Setting up her typewriter on streets across the country, 21-year-old Abi Mott taps out poetry that captures people’s lives with stunning clarity. In A Place of Truth, director Barrett Rudich creates an intriguing portrait of a millennial woman bringing her charm, intuition and courage to the daunting task of being a busking poet. The Lewiston Auburn Film Festival marks the east coast premiere of A Place of Truth. Both Mott and Rudich have signed on to make appearances throughout LAFF, including Q&As following the film and attending the gala awards ceremony on April 5. The duo have some other surprises planned for the Lewiston/Auburn area as well! See clips from the film here.