The Little Cafe will close at 7 p.m. tonight (1/19). The theaters will remain open throughout the night.
The Little and Film Buff present the Rochester premiere of SYMPATHY, SAID THE SHARK, with director Devin Lawrence, and the producing team in attendance!
Devin Lawrence (Writer/Director) - A native of Rochester, New York, Devin Lawrence received his film education at Emerson College where he was honored as best Director for his senior thesis film SACRIFICIAL YOUTH, which made its world premiere at the Palm Springs Film Festival. Promptly after making his west coast pilgrimage, Devin had several television series and feature-length screenplays optioned and put into development by Atlas Entertainment, Anonymous Content, Autumn Entertainment, Fylmar Productions, and Sobini Films. Several of these projects were then brought in for packaging by Creative Artists Agency. Devin also has written/produced/edited documentaries for Authentic Entertainment and Musical Circus Entertainment, and he currently writes/edits GHOST ADVENTURES, the top-rated show on Travel Channel. SYMPATHY, SAID THE SHARK stands to be Devin’s feature-length directorial debut.
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About the Film:
A young couple reluctantly answers their door during a rainstorm and in rushes a soaked, bloodied, and estranged friend who insists that someone is trying to kill him. This triggers a non-stop night that forces all three of them to confront their own darkest secrets as well as an even larger threat that comes knocking. We are all prisoners of our own subjective views and experiences. The majority of Sympathy, Said the Shark is told from the explicit point-of-view of its three main characters. Every time the POV switches there is an overlap of time where we see or hear something that the previous character missed, thus continuously changing the opinion of who's good, who's bad, and what is really going on...