62 years of excellence















directed by Jennifer Kent, Drama/ Thriller / Horror, not rated, Australia, English,2014, 93 min.


Six years after the violent death of her husband, Amelia (Essie Davis) is at a loss. She struggles

to discipline her ‘out of control’ 6 year-old, Samuel (Noah Wiseman), a son she finds impossible

to love. Samuel’s dreams are plagued by a monster he believes is coming to kill them both.

When a disturbing storybook called The Babadook turns up at their house, Samuel is convinced

that the Babadook is the creature he’s been dreaming about. His hallucinations spiral out of control,

and he becomes more unpredictable and violent. Amelia, genuinely frightened by her son’s behavior,

is forced to medicate him. But when Amelia begins to see glimpses of a sinister presence all around her,

it slowly dawns on her that the thing Samuel has been warning her about may be real.


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Directed by Robert Greene, Drama / Documentary, Unrated, USA, English, 2014, 86 min.


In the tiny town of Williston, North Dakota, tens of thousands of unemployed hopefuls show up with dreams of honest work and a

big paycheck under the lure of the oil boom. However, busloads of newcomers chasing a broken American Dream step into the stark

reality of slim work prospects and nowhere to sleep. The town lacks the infrastructure to house the overflow of migrants, even for

those who do find gainful employment. Over at Concordia Lutheran Church, Pastor Jay Reinke is driven to deliver the migrants some

dignity. Night after night, he converts his church into a makeshift dorm and counseling center, opening the church’s doors to allow

the “Overnighters” (as he calls them) to stay for a night, a week or longer

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5th Annual

LDUB Film Festival


  local and international films

features, short films, documentaries, music videos,

young filmmakers


Another exciting successful LDUB

and the winners are:


Best Short Film:

  My Center Will Not Hold

dir Destiny Thomas


Best Documentary:

Dealers Among Dealers

dir Gaylen Ross

Best Animation:

Little Tail

dir Eren Kocabasi

Most Controversial:


Nathalie Metzger

Best Young Filmmakers:

The Watcher

Christopher Oh / James Moores

Most Enthusiasm:

North Grade Elementary School

Best Music Video:

A Musical Heartache

dir Michael Eldon Lobsinger

performer Bobby Gugliuzza

Best Narrative Feature:

As The Crow Flies

dir Jake LaGuardia

Best Cinematography:

As The Crow Flies

Daniel Satinoff

Filmmaker Most Missed in 2015:

Stella Martinelli

Best Film in the Public Service:

For Reel Children's Stories

Manny Mendez / Richard Jackson

New Friend Of the L-DUB Festival:

Yann Lerat


Our Thanks and Recognition to all the filmmakers, casts, crews, friends and families whose effort and spirit went in to making these movies. We hope to see you next year for a bigger and better festival.





back by popular demand

Advanced Style


Directed by Lina Plioplyte and Ari Seth Cohen,


Not Rated, US, 72 min

Advanced Style examines the lives of seven unique New Yorkers

whose eclectic  personal style and vital spirit have guided their approach

to aging. Based on Ari Seth Cohen’s famed blog of the same name, this film

paints intimate and colorful portraits of independent, stylish women aged

62 to 95 who are challenging conventional ideas about beauty,

aging, and Western’s culture’s increasing obsession with youth.










back by popular demand


Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me




Directed by James Keach Documentary/Performance Rated PG, US, 116 min


In 2011, music legend Glen Campbell set out on an unprecedented tour

across America. They thought it would last 5 weeks, instead it went for 151 spectacular

sold out shows. What made this tour extraordinary was that Glen had recently been

diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. He was told to hang up his guitar and prepare

for the inevitable. Instead, Glen and his wife went public with his diagnosis and

announced that he and his family would set out on a goodbye tour, using love,
laughter and music as their medicine of choice.














  directed by Frederick Wiseman, Documentary, Not Rated, USA, English, 2014, 180 min.


Two national treasures, the US's doumentarian Fredrick Wiseman and the UK's National Gallery, join to deliver a brilliant, timulating glimpse into the art world.

London's National Gallery, one of the world's foremost art institutions, is itself portrayed as a brilliant work of art in this, Frederick Wiseman's 39th documentary and counting. Wiseman

listens raptly as a panoply of docents decode the great canvases of Da Vinci, Rembrandt, and Turner; he visits with the museum's restorers as they use magnifying glasses, tiny eye-droppers,

scalpels, and Q-tips to repair an infinitesimal chip; he attends administrative meetings in which senior executives do (polite) battle with younger ones who want the museum to become less stodgy and more welcoming to a larger cross-section of the public. But most of all, we experience the joy of spending time with the aforementioned masters as well as Vermeer and Caravaggio, Titian and Velázquez, Pissarro and Rubens, and listen to the connoisseurs who discourse upon the aesthetic, historical, religious and psychological underpinnings of these masterpieces.

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directed by  Sara Colangelo, Drama, Not Rated, USA, English, 2015, 105 min.

When a teenage boy goes missing in a small town already devastated by a fatal mining accident, three strangers find themselves drawn together in a tangle of secrets, lies, and the collective grief of the community. Reeling from the disappearance of her son, Diane (Elizabeth Banks) finds herself drifting away from her husband (Josh Lucas), a mining company executive whose role in the accident has made her family the prime target for the town’s anger. When she forms a dangerous bond with the sole survivor of the disaster (Boyd Holbrook), truths will be uncovered that threaten to tear apart the few remaining threads holding the town together.


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Beloved Sisters

January 23 – January29




Dir. Dominik Graf - 2014 - 170m - Germany, Austria - In German with English subtitles


The unconventional romance between two aristocratic sisters and a rebellious poet who took the European literary world by storm in the late eighteenth century.  As the German Enlightenment flourishes in Weimar, vibrant Caroline von Beulwitz (Hannah Herszsprung) finds herself in an unhappy marriage to provide for her mother and shy younger sister Charlotte von Lengefeld (Henriette Confurius).  When both sisters fall for outspoken writer Friedrich Schiller (Florian Stetter), their desire ignites a journey of shared passion and creativity.  Charlotte and Schiller marry so that the lovers may pursue their ménage à trois under the guise of convention, but as Caroline reveals herself to be a talented author in her own right, the trio's fragile equilibrium is threatened and the sisters’ once unbreakable connection is irrevocably changed.  

Germany's official submission to the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film

“Enthralling and gorgeously mounted. An unusually intelligent costume drama of bold personalities torn between the stirrings of the heart and the logic of the mind.” - Scott Foundas, Variety

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January 23 – January29




dir Pirjo Honkaslo,  Drama, Unrated,  Finland, Finnish, 2013, 96 min



Concrete Night is a dream-like odyssey through beautiful Helsinki over the course of one night. The protagonist of the film is a 14-year-old boy named Simo who is still searching for a sense of self and the ability to protect himself from his surroundings. He lacks his own identity. Simo and his big brother Ilkka are the sons of a helpless and unpredictable single mother. Their chaotic home is located deep in the heart of a concrete jungle in Helsinki. Ilkka has one day of freedom left before starting his prison sentence. The mother persuades Simo to spend the last night with his brother. During the course of the day and night spent roaming around Helsinki, the brothers witness incidents they would rather not see. Vulnerable Simo is not equipped to justify what he sees or delude himself – seeing things accurately as they are. To him, the unfiltered world seems unbearable.

Finland's official submission to the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film



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Jan 30 - Feb 12



shhhhhhhh !    we can't tell you the nominees yet




coming soon to the Stonzek


Feb 13- 19  Human Capital

Apr 3 - April 9  Kumiko






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