Local films screen at PMFF

Featured — By on August 2, 2006 at 9:00 am

Three films produced by the local Community Film Project (CFP) will screen on Friday, Aug. 4 and Saturday, Aug. 5, at the Pocono Mountains Film Festival (PMFF): “Cubes,” “Deadroll,” and “Who’s Famous Now.”

“Who’s Famous Now” is a comedy about a struggling reality show blind date between international action superstar Lane Parker and student Quincy Briggs. Quincy runs a fantasy club for losers, and is known to his followers as Lord Bow. With the help of his loyal geeks, Lord Bow lies his way through the date because he wants to become rich, famous and adored by all the world. It will screen at the Chateau Resort & Conference Center, 300 Camelback Drive, Tannersville, on Friday at 4:30 p.m. in Theater 1 and on Saturday at 11 a.m. in Theater 2.

“Cubes” is a darkly comedic exploration of the insidious nature of the laws of social proximity in the workplace. The film is actually a series of six consecutive short films depicting a daisy chain of rotating cubicle partners. It will screen at the Chateau Resort & Conference Center on Friday at 2:15 p.m. in Theater 1 and on Saturday at 1:15 p.m. in Theater 2

“Deadroll” is the story of a young reporter teamed with a troubled veteran photographer. As the big story breaks, the camera keeps rolling, revealing secrets that may prove deadly. It will screen at the Chateau Resort & Conference Center on Saturday at 11:15 a.m. in Theater 1.

    2 Comments

  • Jack says:

    I try to keep an eye on how these guys are doing. I know Nate did a bit of a profile on them a few months back. Hopefully they will get a bit of their material out there digitally so we can link it

  • Edison Carter says:

    I know a few of the people involved with \’deadroll. They should be arrested before they make another movie.

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