Arts & Entertainment

Madison Independent Film Screening to Benefit Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter


MADISON, NJ - On Saturday, July 27, at 10 a.m. at Clearview Cinemas, 14 Lincoln Place, “Delivering the Goods” will be presented, an independent film produced by partners and brothers, Michael and Stephen Lombino in New York City.  Afterwards, there will be a question and answer period with the screenwriting duo.  The mission of the film is to raise funds for the Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter.

“I have been involved as a volunteer with Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter for a number of years.  It’s a great organization that gives me a valuable and uplifting escape from constant writes and rewrites on my numerous film projects,“ said Michael Lombino, Screenwriter.  Lombino also organized the event. 

“My partner and I, Stephen Lombino, are big fans of all pets who are looking for forever homes.  The hero in our film gets to see his dream come true.  We’re hoping our film will help raise funds for the animal shelter and make dreams come true for some of our pet friends too, “ Lombino said. He indicated there will be a number of adoptable dogs at the theatre as well. 

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Tickets are available online for $8 and $10 at the door.  To purchase tickets visit:   Submit the words “Delivering Goods” in the comments section.

This film is a story of a young Italian American guy who sets out to achieve his dream of becoming a chef much to the chagrin of his parents, but it’s also based in part on the life of Stephen Lombino.  Delivering the Goods was filmed primarily in the TriBeCa area of New York City.  Stars include Thomas Ian Nicholas (American Pie, Dominick Fumusa (Nurse Jackie) and Broadway legend Andrea Martin.

“We really hope a lot of people will come out.  It should be a fun morning,” said Lombino.

The first 25 advance tickets sold get a free popcorn and a large soda.

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