THE SONG OF SWAY LAKE
The glamor of the Jazz Age was once felt on Sway Lake in the Adirondack Mountains of New York state. Even today, some still search there for the melodies of yesteryear — like Ollie Sway, who plans to steal a legendary record from his parents' house. Ollie is convinced that his father hid the record there for him prior to committing suicide. But when Ollie's grandmother shows up with designs of her own, it becomes a race to see who will be the first to find the recording and decode the secrets of decades past.
Cast: Rory Culkin, Robert Sheehan, Isabelle McNally, Elizabeth Peña, Jack Falahee
Screenplay: Ari Gold, Elizabeth Bull
Director of Photography: Eric Lin
Film Editor: Gabriel Wyre, Todd Holmes
Composer: Ethan Gold
Production Designer: Ada Smith
Costume Design: Stacey Berman
Sound: Eli Cohn
Producer: Michael Bederman, Zak Kilberg, Allison Carter, Ari Gold
Production Company: Grack Films LLC
Co-Producer: Elizabeth Bull, Brad Payne
World Sales: Kew International Media Group
Director: Ari Gold
Ari Gold is a musician, scriptwriter, actor, and director. He received a student Oscar for his short film HELICOPTER (2001), which he and Alejandro Jodorowsky are now turning into a feature-length film. Gold's comedy ADVENTURES OF POWER (2008) is dedicated to the ecstatic art of air drumming. Guinness World Records lists Gold as the director of the largest-ever air drum ensemble.