Eric Lang’s GO to screen at PLFF!

Prairie Lights is stoked to announce that Eric Lang’s GO will screen at PLFF!   Here’s a bit about the film:

A man’s life comes to a literal stop when he has to make a difficult decision.

The film was shot in Omaha, Nebraska. Eric found his desire to be a filmmaker around the age of 10 when he bought his first camcorder and started making home movies with friends. He then turned his passion into a medium for school projects and continued to throughout his high school career. Working as a movie theatre projectionist, he attended a local community college studying Video/Audio Communications, but later focused on a full-time job and working on local productions as a grip/electrician intern and production assistant. Eric has made two short films to date; The Memory of Martin Fugue (2015) and Strange Terrain (2016). He continues to develop his skills as a filmmaker with future projects of his own and as a freelance videographer in the Omaha area.

Check out this awesome flick at Prairie Lights! Pick up your Weekend Passes right now for just $10 right now to ensure you see and learn about the newest film from this talented Nebraska filmmaker!

With each weekend pass you get a Free DVD Sampler of Nebraska made short films, discounts at Bonzai, Sin City Grill, Chocolate Bar, and Kinkaider Brewery during the festival, as well as free popcorn and soda vouchers from the theater and free entry to the Kinkaider and Bonzai after parties. If that weren’t enough, you get access to all films and Q&A’s all weekend! Get your passes early and often!


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