Tag Archives: rebecca Kush

PALACE LIVING meets the Magic Kingdom

15 Jan

starlite-logo-web-headerLike many New Yorkers, PALACE LIVING is heading to Florida this winter: the film is an official selection of the Starlite Film Festival in Winter Garden, Fl. PL will be the festival closing film, with a screening on Sunday, January 26, at 4:30. Winter Garden is right outside Orlando, and the screening will take place in the historic Garden Theater, a restored cinema that dates to 1935.

Tickets to our screening are available now for just five bucks, which, frankly, is the kind of offer that’s too good to refuse. Even better, catch the whole festival–including screenings, parties, panels and a t-shirt–for just thirty dollars. Writer/Director Zack Ordynans, and his hopefully mild-mannered 15-month-old twins, will be on hand for the screening and Q&A. Hope to see you there. 

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New England premiere this weekend

16 Oct

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First of all, thanks to everyone who attended our screening at the Golden Door International Film Festival in Jersey City last weekend. And of course, thanks to the festival organizers for a great time. Jason Daniel Siegel, Miranda Devin and Biljana Ilic joined me for a lively Q&A–it was a lot of fun.

Our next screening is coming up fast: THIS UPCOMING SATURDAY, on October 19, PALACE LIVING will screen at the Central Massachusetts Film Festival in Worcester, Mass.  The screening will be at 7 pm at The Varsity (9 Kelley Square), and tickets will be available at the door for $5. (Five bucks! A bargain!)

This is our New England premiere, and if you go to the screening, you’re also supporting a new film festival in a cool city… so check it out if you’re in the area.

xoxo,

Zack Ordynans

(on behalf of the PALACE LIVING team) 

racing to the finish line

8 Sep

Hey, everyone. It’s time (actually, probably overdue) for an update on the film. Short answer: We’re in the editing room, making progress.

Our first editor, Tara Autovino, took the project to the rough cut stage. Since then, we’ve been working with Miranda Devin, who has been cutting features for almost 20 years. With Miranda on board, we’ve been rocking and rolling toward a locked picture, which will likely happen later this year.

I’m very excited about how well the film is turning out. It’s funny and sad and dramatic and weird… and I can’t wait to show it to all of you.

In addition to this website, please check out our Facebook page for more regular updates, and chatter about the film. If you “like” our Facebook page, you’ll receive updates on your News Feed.

That’s all for now. Stay in touch, okay?

Zack