CollabFeature is proud and thrilled to announce that our second international, collaborative feature film "Train Station" has been accepted and will have its World Premiere at the 18th annual East Lansing Film Festival! ELFF is the largest film festival in Michigan. ELFF takes place on the campus of Michigan State University. Over the last 18 years, the festival has screened nearly 2000 films and has hosted celebrity filmmakers and actors such as Oliver Stone, Michael Moore, and Bruce Campbell.
CollabFeature’s first film, "The Owner”, screened at ELFF in 2012.
Here is a breakdown on the "Train Station" related events at the East Lansing Film Festival:
"Train Station" will premiere on Friday, November 6th at 9:15pm in Wells Hall Theatre A (Altman) followed by a Q&A with filmmakers and actors. Tickets are $5 General Admission/$3 Student Price. Tickets CANNOT be purchased individually online, only at the Wells Hall Box Office which opens Friday, November 6th at 6pm.
Filmmakers Panel Discussion with CollabFeature's own Marty Shea will be Saturday, November 7th at 12pm in Wells Hall Theatre A (Altman). This event is FREE.
Only 1 Pass is being offered this year, the VIP Festival Pass for $200. This pass will get you into all films, the Hospitality Area, and the Festival Party. You may purchase your pass in advance, here: http://bit.ly/ELFFfestivalpass
For more information: http://elff.com
“Train Station” follows a single character played by 40 different actors from all over the world. When a mysterious train accident forces our character, known only as “Character in Brown”, to change his plans, he is confronted with a series of choices, some big, some small. Each decision he makes leads to a different scenario, each one filmed by a different director with a different cast.
Directed by 40 filmmakers from 25 different countries, "Train Station" is the second feature film by CollabFeature.
The East Lansing Film Festival (ELFF), the largest and second oldest film festival in Michigan, screens independent and foreign feature, documentary, short and students films from around the world. An important aspect of the film festival is the Lake Michigan Film Competition that awards films made in the states that surround Lake Michigan – Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan.The ELFF was created in 1997 in cooperation with the City of East Lansing and Michigan State University. Since then, ELFF has been dedicated to bringing quality foreign and independent films to the state of Michigan in order to expose our audience to diverse cultures, ideas, and creative works.