Emmy Caliber Talent At The 168 Film Festival
Alyvia Alyn Lind, Emmy Nominee appearing on KCAL-9 TV News at Noon on Wednesday, Aug. 23. - Los Angeles, CA -- The 168 Film Festival is Saturday, August 26 through Sunday, August 27 . Tickets are $28-54 and are available at www. 168film.com/tickets. The screening guide is at https://168film.com/schedule - The acting talent at the 168 Film Festival 2017 includes Emmy Winner Nick Moss and Emmy Nominee Alyvia Alyn Lind.
Lind plays Little Maddie in Director Sheila Hart's film Remember Me. She was nominated for an Emmy award in the category of Best Younger Actress for her portrayal of Faith Newman on The Young and the Restless.
Lind is also known for her portrayal of the living legend, Dolly Parton at 9 years old, in NBC Universal's, Coat Of Many Colors. She was nominated for the Critics' Choice Best Actress Award alongside Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates, and Kirsten Dunst and she won the Movieguide Grace Award for Best Actress.
At the 168 Film Festival, Hart's film is nominated for 7 awards. Remember Me tells the story of a troubled teenage girl lured on a surreal journey through her darkest memories by a phantom of her past. See the trailer here. It's a family affair because the mother in the film is her real mother, an accomplished actor in her own right. Barbara Alyn Woods has an impressive list of credits, including her starring role as Deb Scott on the series, One Tree Hill.
According to Hart, "In searching for 'Little Maddy', I ran across Alyvia and instantly fell in love. I contacted her agent and quickly received a yes!"Hart was thrilled when Barbara agreed to also accept the role of Grace, the mother, and together, this mother/daughter team brought the story to life!
Remember Me is nominated in the Alumni Film Category for Best Film, Best Director-Sheila Hart, Best Actress-Hana Hayes as Maddy Jensen, Best Supporting Actor-Victor Browne as Michael Jensen. Best Supporting Actress nominations go to the mother-daughter duo, Alyvia Alyn Lind as Little Maddie and Barbara Alyn Woods as Grace Jensen.
Nick Moss won the 2017 Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer (NE Chapter) for his portrayal of Brock Larson in The Cobblestone Corridor (PBS)! The series received a total of 3 Emmys Awards out of 9 Nominations.
At the 168 film Festival, Nick Moss plays in John Lockmer & Justin Manntai's The Teacher Among Us.
The film spans 3 generations of families using the same actors, so Nick ages 30 years as you watch the 11-minute show. Teacher is nominated for Best Make-Up & Hair thanks to the talents of Gabrielle Rossbach and Michael Mosher, a special effects makeup wizard, known for his work on Titanic, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Cowboys & Aliens and Resident Evil: Extinction. Writer Lee Kovel is also nominated for Best Scriptural Integration.
Hosted by comedienne, Judy Tenuta, attending stars include Emmy Nominee Alyvia Alyn Lind and Barbara Alyn Woods, T.C. Stallings (Unbridled, War Room), Tea McKay (Unbridled), Cory Oliver, (God's Not Dead, Beverly Hills Pawn), Taylor Kalupa (I'm Not Ashamed, The Pastor) and Ben Davies (Courageous, War Room, I'm Not Ashamed).
The festival schedule is available at www.168Film.com/Schedule.
The event is sponsored by Panasonic Cinema, Panavision, Sony, Tiffen/Steadicam, Kino Flo Lighting Systems, Arri, Roush Media, Advent Media, Inc., Location Sound and Marshall Electronics.Contact: 818-557-8507 August 22, 2017 Mark@168project.com