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.
All screenings will take place at the historic 550 seat Panida Theater in downtown Sandpoint, kicking off with the film festival's first foray into horror and terror films, set on October 31st, Halloween. Night of the Living Dead and Texas Chainsaw Massacre will scare audiences and will be accompanied by 2 terrifying short films.
The screenings kick off again Tuesday the 3rd at The Panida with "North Idaho Filmmaker SURVIVOR", Wednesday will see a baseball human drama feature documentary, "Time in the Minors", and Thursday features a number of shorts and feature film "MEANDhER", all themed to portray the complicated nature of human beings.
Friday the 6th has two film blocks - "Docuworld" which showcases half a dozen documentaries including UNSILENCED, which re-creates long lost Holocaust era music, and the later film block will present Idaho's finest filmmakers with 3 audience-picked North Idaho Films and 2 Boise area films, featuring the roaring comedy The Highly Contested Election for Payette County Sheriff.
Saturday Nov 7th, 3 Film blocks - a four hour block featuring over a dozen shorts from around the world, the feature film that is sweeping the northwest, shot in Creston, BC "Lovers in a Dangerous Time", and Quirky comedy "My Movie Girl".
All film blocks screen with short films, and every film block will feature writers, directors and stars to present their film and answer audience questions for Q&A.
The 4th Lakedance International Film Festival starts October 31st and runs through November 7th at the Panida Theater in Sandpoint, Idaho. Showtimes, Tickets and more are available at Lakedance.com and Starting October 20th at Pedros at the Panida.