"Consignment" to play Louisville's Floyd
Film Festival on April 11
Posted April 2, 2013
"Consignment" has been named an Official Selection at the Floyd Film Festival, taking place in Louisville, Kentucky on April 11. The Floyd Film Festival is sponsored each year by the University of Louisville Student Activities Board and Hart/Lunsford Pictures, a Louisville production company which has produced major Hollywood films starring Helena Bonham Carter, William H. Macy, and many other A-list stars.
The Floyd Film Festival will be open to the public. Screenings will begin at 6:00 pm, and will be followed by an awards ceremony. Films will be judged by their sound quality, lighting quality, overall quality, writing (screenplay), plot/concept, acting, directing and originality.
Update: "Consignment" went on to win the award for Most Original Film at the Floyd Film Festival!
"Consignment" is a stylish period drama written and directed by Justin Hannah, starring Abbra Smallwood, Margaret Wuertz, Jake Gilliam and Jessica McGill, with cinematography by Lee Clements and music by Robert Casal.
Described in reviews as "an alluring, multi-layered film experience" and "a beautifully realized, thought provoking short film," the movie has drawn comparisons to Alfred Hitchcock and David Lynch. "Consignment" won awards for Best Cinematography at the 2015 Blaquefyre Independent Film Festival, Best Kentucky Short at the 2014 Autumn Shorts Film Festival, Best Short Film at the 2013 World Independent Film Expo, and Most Original Film at the 2013 Floyd Film Festival.
Justin Hannah's "Consignment" is now available for instant streaming on Hulu and Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, Vimeo On Demand, and IndieFlix.
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