Lez Bomb Directed
Jenna Laurenzo USA / 2018 / 90 minutes
Times and Venues:
Upstate Films II RHINEBECK
Upstate Films WOODSTOCK
As a follow-up to her viral hit, Girl Night Stand, Jenna Laurenzo is back with her first feature, Lez Bomb - Starring Oscar® winner Cloris Leachman, Oscar® nominee Bruce Dern, Emmy® winner Kevin Kane, and an ensemble cast that includes Steve Guttenberg, Kevin Pollak (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”), Elaine Hendrix, Brandon Micheal Hall, and brought to you by the producer of There’s Something about Mary and Dumb and Dumber, Bobby Farrelly.
Lez Bomb is a multigenerational comedy of errors featuring a young woman (Lauren) who comes home for the holidays with some life changing news. Little does Lauren know, the eccentric cast of characters have their own stirring surprises. The result is a hilarious series of events forcing the family to come together in what amounts to the most unceremonious of holidays. As it turns out, there is no good time to drop the Lez Bomb.
Lez Bomb is Jenna Laurenzo’s directorial debut and her follow-up to her short film Girl Night Stand, which went viral online, garnering well over 3M views on YouTube.
Jenna Laurenzo most recently wrote & directed the narrative feature Lez Bomb, a multigenerational comedy of errors, executive produced by Bobby Farrelly (There's Something About Mary), and stars Oscar® winner Cloris Leachman, Oscar® nominee Bruce Dern, Emmy® winner Kevin Kane, and an ensemble cast that includes Steve Guttenberg, Kevin Pollak (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”), Elaine Hendrix, Brandon Micheal Hall, Rob Moran, and more.
Lez Bomb made its world premiere this past May at Geena Davis' Bentonville Film Festival, where it won the best narrative feature jury award.
Jenna was selected for Shoot Online's 2018 New Directors Showcase and is currently developing her next feature.
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