(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Baltimore, Maryland Jul 7, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – After an international festival run with screenings at the Sydney Film Festival and winning awards at Austin Arthouse (Cinematography), Another Hole in the Head (Art Feature), and Festival of Cinema NYC (Audience Choice), LEDA returns home to Maryland!
The ancient Greek myth of Leda and the Swan is reimagined as a timeless tale set amongst the forests and lakes of a 19th-century mansion. Haunted by childhood memories and divine visions, Leda (Adeline Thery) struggles with madness brought on by a sudden unexpected pregnancy that doesn’t seem…human. Told completely without words and in stereoscopic black & white, the film is “a captivating fever dream that uses music, sound effects, and startling imagery to weave its magical spell.” John Seal Berkelyside.org
Shot entirely in Maryland, the film showcases the beauty of historic landmarks such as Liriodendron Mansion, Stone Manor, and Strong Mansion. The film highlights Maryland’s film scene with its crew of local talent including cinematographer Nick Midwig (Leave No Trace, Mars) and Director Samuel Tressler IV, both alumni of Stevenson University.
The journey to the finished film was a long one. Pre-Production began all the way back in 2013 and principal photography was shot in 2017. With many of the cast and crew in attendance, this will be a celebration of the years of work and love that was poured into the project.
“This handsomely hand-crafted indie gem weaves a magical spell that’s likely to haunt you long after the curtain has closed” – Richard Kuipers (Sydney Film Festival)
WHERE: The Senator Theatre in Baltimore
WHEN: August 11th, 2022
Arrivals 6 pm.
Screening 7 pm.
Followed by Q/A with Director, Star, and Select Crew hosted by Christopher Llewellyn Reed, Lead Critic of “Hammer to Nail” and Chair of the Film & Moving Image Department at Stevenson University
For more info or to Purchase Tickets: https://www.ledathemovie.com
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