Friday, February 02, 2007

LTTM for Feb

We have re-tooled the LTTM Shorts Festival. Beginning with the February edition we will feature a different guest host each month to provide exposure for local actors. This month's host is Wasabi Jones, an actor whose resume includes such films as Rookie Bookie, Service With a Smile, Bad People, A Waste of 02, Split Decision, Southern Comfort and most recently, Curbside Confessions. This month's edition of the fest includes remarkable films by some excellent filmmakers.


The trailer for Old School Productions feature film Act One.
The trailer for Def MF's production of The Phone People.
The trailer for a LTTM documentary production of The Memphis Belle - Its Final Chapter in Memphis.

The Films:

Checking In - directed by Steve Gelder. A hotel robbery in the desert goes wrong - or does it?

Wet Noises - directed by David Liban. A film produced in 1999 by the University of Memphis film department,
Wet Noises tells the story of a young man who longs to know a father he never knew. What he finds is not what he was hoping for.

Classified Ad - directed by Ben Siler. Classified Ad portrays a man’s obsession with a young woman and the fantasy relationship he has created about her.

George and Martha - directed by Donald Meyers with cinematography by J. Lazarus Hawk. A spoof film made for the Lil Film Fest, Politically Incorrect Holidays.

Music for ending credits:

Used To Be - sung by Sandy Carroll from the Delta Techno album.

Be sure to look for the BONUS FILM after the ending credits - Believe by Crippled Nation, a music video produced by Live From Memphis, (

The Times:

Sunday- midnight
Thursday- 2 AM
Thursday- 10:30 PM
Saturday- 1:30 AM
Saturday- 11 PM

For more information about the festival or to enter a film or music video, go to
Check with the Library Channel website or our website for scheduling info. This is a weekly schedule that will begin this weekend.

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