The independent film You Can't Kill Stephen King has been nominated for several awards in the Lewiston Auburn Film Festival. Directed by Monroe Mann and Ronnie Khaill, You Can't Kill Stephen King is a campy horror film about 6 friends who visit a lake where Stephen King lives and start to get killed off one at a time.
The film is nominated in the Best Film, Best Director and People's Choice (feature length) categories.
“We are thrilled to announce the award nominees. It was a very difficult process as the quality of films submitted to this year’s festival was incredibly high, but our judging panel felt these particular films really stood out among the rest," said Sandra Marquis, chair of the LAFF board.
The film festival taking place the weekend of April 13-15 will open with a concert by Don McLean at the Franco-American Heritage Center. On Saturday, venues throughout Lewiston Auburn will turn their spaces into movie theaters for a day. Saturday will culminate with a gala dinner and awards ceremony at the Hilton Garden Inn Auburn Riverwatch. Sunday’s “Best of the Best” at The Public Theater will feature a selection of the winning films.
For ticket prices and more information, call 713-4672 or visit www.lafilmfestival.org.
For the full list of nominees and award categories head over HERE.
Here's the trailer for the film.