The Lennon Report – Saturday Night Spotlight Film – with Audience Q&A
Directed by Jeremy Profe
View Larger Movie Poster
Special Screening: This much-anticipated feature film comes to the High Falls film Festival — showing audiences what they don’t know about the night John Lennon was killed. The events unfold as seen through the eyes of those who lived it — the good men and women of NYC who did all they could to save a life, some not even knowing it was John Lennon himself. For the first time in decades, the doctor and nurses break their silence about what really happened in the operating room. Based on a true story.
Tickets will be available online until 8am Sat Nov 14. We will have about 100 tickets available at the door.
In attendance for the post-film Q&A (and the Saturday Spotlight Party) will be the film’s producers, directors, actors, and the doctor and nurses.
|Jack Garner will conduct Q&A after the screening with the following guests:
Special Offer: Saturday Night Spotlight Film & Saturday Spotlight Party Combo Ticket – Only $25 (a $7 savings)
Join the filmmakers and festival goers at the Saturday Spotlight Party on the rooftop of the Stratallan, immediately after THE LENNON REPORT!
Click here for details about our Saturday Spotlight Party
To learn about them click here
Despite coming from a family of ﬁlm professionals going back two generations; Jeremy Profe is self-taught in the ﬁelds of both writing and directing. He spent years working as an amateur ﬁlmmaker cultivating both his craft and a reputation as an interesting new voice prior to making the transition to a professional career. Profe’s ﬁrst ﬁlm An Anomaly of the Theory made its world premiere in the Short Film Corner of the 2010 Festival de Cannes. After returning to the US, the ﬁlm was highly successful on the festival circuit garnering him awards as both a writer and a director.
Director: Jeremy Profe
Producer: Gabriel Francisco , Rafael Francisco
Co-Producer: Sirad Balducci