'Lost' Was Found At This Year’s Hatch Festival 2005

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The Hatch Arts Festival took place October 4th- 9th, in Bozeman, MT, with the screening of “LOST” on Thursday October 6th at 8:00pm at the Ellen Theatre. Additional screenings included 10 Groundbreaking student films, 10 feature films, panels, musical performances, workshops, one on one peer discussions, and celebrity guest appearances by some of the industry’s most famed, directors, producers, actors, artists and musicians.

Hatch fest screened desert thriller “LOST” starring Dean Cain, Ashley Scott, and Danny Trejo adding off your seat anxiety and suspense to it’s on screen line-up for the 2nd Annual Hatch Audiovisual Arts Festival . Leading actor in the film Dean Cain, along with director and father Christopher Cain, director Darren Lemke among others were present for the screening on Thursday October 6th at 8:00pm The Ellen Theatre.

In addition to movie line-ups such as “Prime”, starring Meryl Streep and Uma Thurman, Hatch attendees witnessed on the big screen “LOST”, a movie about a man, trapped in a maze of endless desert highways, bound by a vital deadline, and pursued by an unseen menace -- Jeremy Stanton is about to take the longest ride of his life. He will learn that when you reach the crossroads of life you must be careful which way you turn.

“LOST” is “the perfect role for Dean Cain”, the “actor plays a man facing an increasingly nightmarish situation in a smashing debut from first time director- Darren Lemke”, says the L.A Times.

The film received a flood of rave reviews from national press, at Darren Lemke’s surprisingly fresh, knock-your-socks off suspense thriller, in his directorial debut, -LOST. The film is a SilverCrest Entertainment release and presentation; produced by Paul Emami, Kevin Matossian, along with executive producers, Ralph Winter, John J. Kelly, Matossian and co-producer Bob Joyce.

“Lemke handles the inherent staginess of the scenario with ease, keeping his camera tight on Cain, …increasing the sense of claustrophobia under the vast Nevada sky” (L.A Weekly)

Award nominee director Christopher Cain, is also CEO of Moon Crescent Studios and a member of the Board of Directors of Manex Entertainment. He is known for his works as Producer/ Director of “Young Guns”, as well as his direction for “The Principal” and the 1997 released comedy “Gone Fishin’”.

The 2nd Annual Hatch Audiovisual Festival is a non- profit organization dedicated to the mentorship activities of young emerging talents in film, music, fashion and fine art. This powerful mentorship tool, merges new filmmakers, artisans and musicians with some of the world’s most recognized mentors in their category. With industry wide sustain, this festival is brought to fruition by the unwavering support and dedication of its founders and team, whose union represents the most talented and unstoppable resource pool in their respective fields. Major sponsors of the event include Moonlight Basin Ski & Spa Resort, Getty Images, Gibson Guitar, Panavision, and The Syndicate. Local sponsors include, Montana Film School, Thirsty Ear, Music Villa, The Emerson, The Baxter, The Eagle, The Moose, The Zebra, Dick Walter, KGLT, and Classic Ink.

The Hatch Arts Festival took place October 4th- 9th, in Bozeman, MT, with the screening of “LOST” on Thursday October 6th at 8:00pm at the Ellen Theatre. Additional screenings included 10 Groundbreaking student films, 10 feature films, panels, musical performances, workshops, one

on one peer discussions, and celebrity guest appearances by some of the industry’s most famed, directors, producers, actors, artists and musicians.

For more information on events, ticket sales, showcasing, special attendees, sponsors and scheduling please visit http://www.hatchfest.com for full details.

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