Tuesday, March 10, 2009

'The Last Lullaby' to hold 'premiere weekend' from May 1 to May 3

"The Last Lullaby," a locally produced independent feature, will open its theatrical run during a "premiere weekend" May 1 through May 3 at Louisiana Boarwalk's Regal Cinemas 14 in Bossier City.

The crime drama will play on one screen, and director Jeffrey Goodman hopes to attract as many patrons as possible.

"Our goal is for 3,000 moviegoers to buy a ticket and see the film during our premier weekend," said Goodman in a press release. "I hope people feel as I do, that this is really the community’s film and they can have a direct impact on its success."

Goodman will host a Q&A after each screening.

The goal is to generate a high per-screen average and attract interest from a distributor. Goodman has screened the film at roughly 10 festivals during the past year, including AFI Dallas and, most recently, the Cinequest Festival in San Diego.

PHOTO: Tom Sizemore and Sasha Alexander star in The Last Lullaby." (Special to LaMovBlog)


Anonymous said...

Why not at the Robinson Film Center?

Alexandyr Kent said...

You can ask Jeffrey at register@thelastlullaby.com, but I assume it has to do with seating capacity.