Movie has won 19 festival awards since premiering in Beverly Hills earlier this year. The film’s director grew up in the Seattle area, graduated from the University of Washington
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Seattle, WA -- Director William Wayne, a Seattle filmmaker who went to high school in the Seattle area, before studying drama at the University of Washington has returned to the Emerald City for the theatrical opening of his psychological thriller Lost Angelas.
The movie tells the story of the disappearance of famous actress Angela Rose and the mysterious connection to a starlet who also vanished thirty years ago.
Lost Angelas had its World Premiere to a sold out screening at The Method Fest Film Festival in Beverly Hills, CA, March 26, 2019 at which Lost Angelas actor Jon Jacobs won the Outstanding Performance Award- a category in which he competed against Ethan Hawke, Edward James Olmos and Martin Sheen. In addition, director William Wayne also received a nomination for Maverick Filmmaker in his directorial feature film debut.
The movie has since gone on to win 18 more awards at festivals worldwide.
Lost Angelas opened in Los Angeles June 14, 2019 for a week’s theatrical run at the Laemmle Playhouse 7 Theater in Pasadena, CA.
The film opens in Seattle this Friday, Nov 22, 2019 for a week’s engagement. Friday and Saturday night’s showings at The Grand Illusion Cinema are sold out.
Lost Angelas plays in several more cities before opening theatrically in New York on May 1, 2020 with a day and date digital platform release.