"Entry Level" Makes U.S. Premiere at the Stony Brook Film Festival”
July 23, 2007, Stony Brook, NY --(Photo attached) Left to right: Douglas Horn, writer and director of "Entry Level," which made its U.S. Premiere at the 12th Stony Brook Film Festival on Saturday night, July 21, was joined by Missi Pyle for the screening of Horn's feature film debut. Alan Inkles, director of the Festival, welcomed Horn to Stony Brook for his third film shown at Stony Brook. "Full Disclosure" won the Audience Choice Award for Best Short in 2006.
The Stony Brook Film Festival is held at Staller Center for the Arts, Stony Brook University, and is known for having the largest audiences on the festival circuit.
"Entry Level" screened to a sold-out house of 1019. Producer Mark E. Lee and co-executive producer Jennifer Stetson were on hand for the screening and Q&A as well. D.B. Sweeney starred in the film along with a strong ensemble cast: Missi Pyle, Kurtwood Smith, Cedric Yarbrough and Taylor Negron.
Christopher Plummer and Emmet Walsh Tonight
Tonight, Christopher Plummer and M. Emmet Walsh along with writer and director Michael Schroeder and producer Sarah Schroeder will attend the East Coast Premiere of “Man in the Chair”. [Photos to follow.] The New York Premiere of “Beauty in Trouble,” a dramatic feature from the Czech Republic follows “Man in the Chair”. For more information, go to www.stonybrookfilmfestival.com
The presenting sponsors for the Stony Brook Film Festival for 2007 are HBO, Jet Blue Airways, Long Island Pulse magazine, Suffolk County, Teachers Federal Credit Union, The Village Voice and WALK 97.5 Radio. ###