LOVELADIES, NJ - This Saturday March 19th, the Lighthouse International Film Society is bringing a screening and director discussion to Long Beach Island. 

The film being presented, All In Time, is a winner of 11 awards that include 3 Best Feature, 3 Audience Awards, 2 Best Director, Best of the Fest, Indie Spirit Award, Grand Jury Prize. This dramatic comedy stars Lynn Cohen, Sean Modica, Laura Shay and Pritesh Shah. Co-written and co-directed by Marina Donahue and Christopher Fetchko.

The film will begin at 8 p.m. at the Long Beach Island Foundation for the Arts and Sciences (120 Long Beach Blvd, Loveladies). Admission is $5 and free for members of the Lighthouse International Film Society. Refreshments will also be available.

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Directly following the screening, a discussion and Q and A with Chris Fetchko will be held.

Here's the description of the story line and music from the film. Information provided by the LIFS:


What would you give up to follow your dream?


The Story: Charlie leaves a good job to follow his dream of managing his favorite hometown rock band. Believing the band will be famous in the future, he hatches a plan to throw a unique rock concert for time travelers. His only problem is the band’s guitarist, who doesn't share Charlie's optimism. His attitude derails Charlie's best efforts to bring the band success and sends Charlie spiraling into an emotional, financial, and romantic tailspin. With the help of his elderly neighbor and a young intern, Charlie tries to get the band on track and his girlfriend back before it's too late. 


The Music:

 THE BADLEES (as The Damnsels) are a six-piece rock band that have been creating and performing music since 1990.  Pete Palladino (vocals), Bret Alexander (guitar), Paul Smith (bass) and Ron Simasek (drums) joined forces decades ago after a few happenstance introductions, that some would say, were driven by destiny. In 2009, guitarist Dustin Drevitch and violinist Nyke Van Wyk joined the band.  In October 2013, The Badlees released their 10th studio album Epiphones and Empty Rooms. This double disc release of new material highlights the band's complex duality. The band’s career features a couple of major label record deals, radio hits, and national critical acclaim.

Pete Palladino is a Long Beach Islander who is the manager of Tucker's, Daddy'Os and Plantation and is in the Band that is in the film! The director is coming for a Q & A.! This is not to be missed! 

  The Lighthouse International Film Festival, a 4 day cinematic experience, will be coming to Long Beach Island June 9-12.

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