Freddy Documentary's Lehigh Valley Premiere
Updated On: Nov 17 2010 12:08:03 PM CST
Who says Freddy's fever has to wait until May? It's already quite a contagious little bug in Easton. The curtain is going up on the highly-anticipated Freddy's documentary "Most Valuable Players
Tonight's special screening brings a touch of Hollywood to Easton's "Broadway." Tonight the state theatre, tomorrow the national film festivals.. and the sky's the limit.
LOCKHART : "This is not an MTV sort of, the drama you'll see is very realistic."
TRAILER The nominations for outstanding chorus.. Emmaus high school.. Parkland high school, Freedom high school. (Cheering)
Only a few more hours until the curtain rises on a documentary featuring the Lehigh Valley high school performing arts circuit.
LOCKHART: "This movie was made in this community and it's about this community."
The Lehigh Valley's beloved Freddy awards are the star of a Hollywood documentary called "Most Valuable Player.
LOCKHART: "We had 300 hours of film footage and it was very very difficult to decide what to choose."
The film is 97 minutes long and will have it's Lehigh Valley premiere tonight in the State Theatre, the very place it was shot.
LOCKHART: "It's the only opportunity for this town to see the film in the very theatre where it was shot. It's pretty rare. And you'll be surrounded by the people who were in the film
The screening is set for 8:30 tonight. Tickets are still available. They money raised will benefit the Freddy Award. Stay with me tonight at 6.. I've got more of a sneak peek at MVP.
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