2009

Halloween 2009: Lakedance Kicks off with HORROR ON THE LAKE!

Will you survive 4 of the scariest movies of all time? See trailers, stills and more by clicking above!

FROM SCRIPT TO SCREEN Workshop instructed by Ted Parvin

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Saturday 11/7/09
From 10AM to 12PM in The Panida Theater 301 N 1st AVE
Cost $25
$20 for Seniors 55+,Students 18+, Active Military - Present your ID

FROM SCRIPT TO SCREEN
Addressing the creative and logistical aspects of directing a film.

Attendees will be able to read a short script and address both the creative needs of the project and its logistical aspects and blend them into a successful approach to producing a viable film.

Lakedance 2009 Announces 54 Film Lineup with Stills and Trailers

The Lakedance International Film Festival today unveils the 2009 Lakedance Brought to You By laser image, inc. screening schedule. 54 Short and Feature films from the United States, France, Canada, Australia, The Netherlands, and the United Kingdom will screen during the 9 day event Oct 31 through Nov 8th in Sandpoint, Idaho.

Lakedance Proudly Announces 2009 Film Program for October 31st-November 7th Film Festival

Click above to discover all of the 2009 shorts, features, documentaries, comedies, dramas, horror films and more!

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

The idyllic summer's day that became a nightmare of fear and blood...
Out of Competition

Night of the Living Dead (1968)

They keep coming back in a bloodthirsty lust for HUMAN FLESH!
Out of Competition

THE SPAM JOB

This movie is screening during these film blocks:: 
The SPAM Job - 2009 Movies - Lakedance Film Festival, Sandpoint Idaho
Four friends. Three suspects. One can of meat. The unbelievably true story of a prank that started at Montana State University, traveled the world, and ended almost a decade later.

Crack

Step on a crack, break your mother's back. It's only a saying. Or is it?
Idaho Filmmaker
Northwest Filmmaker

Will Call

Will Call Poster - 2009 Movies - Lakedance Film Festival, Sandpoint Idaho
After the death of their father, the Cahallan children are left settling the estate. In order to do so, Catherine and Richard must have their estranged brother William's signature. Catherine makes a journey around the world to Tunisia, where William has been living, in an attempt to persuade him to sign off.
Idaho Filmmaker
North Idaho Filmmaker
Northwest Filmmaker
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