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Black Rock Creek
Directed by
Malone Lumarda

USA / 2013 / 5:17
La Salle High School
New York Premiere

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A young girl takes a mystical walk along beautiful Black Rock Creek.
Malone Lumarda is an 18-year old college freshman studying Film and Television Production at the USC School of Cinematic Arts in Southern California. His films have been chosen as Official Selections in 68 film festivals in the United States, Canada, Kosovo and China and have won the following awards: Film Independent/AEG Future Filmmaker Scholarship - 19th LA Film Festival; Grand Jury Prize FutureWave Wavemaker Award for Excellence in Youth Filmmaking – 40th Seattle International Film Festival; Student Winner – 5th Films for the Forest Festival at South by Southwest; 1st Prize Youth Jury - 30th Chicago International Children’s Film Festival; Hot Shot Award - 3rd Sun Valley Film Festival; Best Film Youth 13-17 - 4th Albany Film Festival; Best of Show and Best Experimental Film - 13th Delta Moon Student Film Festival; Best Student Film - 16th Hardacre Film Festival; Best Youth Film – 1st Free State Film Festival; Fear No Film KIDS! Award – 12th Fear No Film Festival at the Utah Arts Festival. "
Cast/Featuring: Morgan DeLong, Denise DeLong
Producer(s): Malone Lumarda
Director(s): Malone Lumarda
Screenwriter(s): Malone Lumarda
Cinematographer(s): Malone Lumarda
Editor(s): Malone Lumarda
Production Designer(s): Malone Lumarda
Composer(s)/Music: Jeffrey Bernstein
Sound Designer(s): Malone Lumarda
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