Waldoboro, ME (PRWEB) April 26, 2010
When a small group of Pittsburgh filmmakers, led by Waldoboro native Lucas McNelly, decided to embark on a Twitter-based challenge to make a feature-length film in just two weeks, they never imagined that one year later the result of their labor would be screening in a multiplex alongside the likes of "Iron Man 2" and "Robin Hood".
But on May 14th, "Blanc de Blanc" will start a one week engagement at the Flagship Cinemas in Thomaston, Maine.
"Blanc de Blanc" -- a jigsaw puzzle of a film that has confounded and delighted audiences around the world -- is the story of David (Jason Kirsch), a man who comes to Pittsburgh with nothing more than the contents of his backpack and falls in love with a benevolent nurse (Rachel Shaw) whom he meets on the street -- only there are elements of his past that aren't quite done with him yet.
Reviews for "Blanc de Blanc" have been glowing. Michigan-based producer Tom Russell called it "a mystery with real staying power" that was "stylish, fun, mysterious -- and, above all, highly recommended." Cult movie icon Pericles Lewnes of the Annapolis Pretentious Film Society said the film "transcends genre labels and elbows it's way into a rarefied class of Indie Film that is pleasantly thought provoking and meticulously hand made for a smart audience by a brilliantly talented director."
Director Lucas McNelly, who was born and raised in nearby Waldoboro, Maine and is a 1997 graduate of Coastal Christian High School in Nobleboro, will be in town to meet with audiences and answer questions.
More information about the film can be found on the Official Webpage, http://www.blancdeblancfilm.com.
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