Holy Land (2010) dir: Kentucker Audley. Cole goes on a trip to work on a novel. Then he comes back. “One of the Best Undistributed Films of 2010” Nick Dawson, Author of “Being Hal Ashby: Life of a Hollywood Rebel”
MORE PRAISE FOR THE FILM:
“Intelligent and emotionally jolting…offers a remarkably full and novelistic sense of lives being lived, of a world and a worldview.” Richard Brody, The New Yorker
“A tectonic and astonishing second feature…gets at something distant and knows how far it has to go to get there.” Craig Keller, Cinemasparagus
“An incredibly striking picture, as bold and assured as Team Picture was pleasantly ambling” David Lowery, Drifting
Directed, Edited and Produced by Kentucker Audley, Starring Cole Weintraub, Bunny Lampert, Betsy Weintraub Featuring Alex Skitolsky, Timothy Morton, Rose McCullum, Jon Sewell, Lissa Skitolsky, Kentucker Audley, David J. Maloney, Lindsay Chastain and Janice White
[Premiered Aug. 2nd, 2011]
Kentucker Audley is a filmmaker living in Memphis, TN. His latest film Open Five has been praised by the New Yorker, Variety, The Wall Street Journal and called the best American Film of 2010 by Cinemasparagus. You can contact him at email@example.com or subscribe to his mailing list.