Official Selection, International Puerto Rican Film Festival, New York, NY
Official Selection, San Juan International Film Festival, San Juan, PR
Official Selection, Social Justice Film Festival, Seattle, WA
Official Selection, Filadelfia Latin American Film Festival, Philadelphia, PA
Official Selection, International Black Man Film Festival, Atlanta, GA
Official Selection, Oaxaca International Film Festival, Oaxaca, Mexico
Official Selection, Nantucket Film Festival, Nantucket, MA
Official Selection, Miami International Film Festival, Miami, FL
Official Selection, Galway Film Fleadh, Galway, Ireland
Official Selection, Berkshire International Film Festival, Berkshire, MA
Official Selection, Montclair Film Festival, Montclair, NJ
Official Selection, Documentary Edge Festival, Auckland, New Zealand
Official Selection, Heartland Film Festival, Indianapolis, IN
Official Selection, Tacoma Film Festival, Tacoma, WA
Official Selection, Aspen FilmFEST, Aspen, CO
Official Selection, Los Angeles Latino Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA
Official Selection, NY International Latino Film Festival, New York, NY
Official Selection, Zurich Film Festival, Zurich, Sweden
|, a feature-length documentary film, brings to the screen Lemon Andersen's struggle to free his family from poverty and pain as he exposes his most shocking secrets on the NY stage. It follows Lemon's desperate battle to keep the past where it belongs and move into a||brighter future. Redemption may lie within Lemon's grasp when none other than Spike Lee steps in to produce his show. The stakes are high. With the power of a cliffhanger, asks the larger question: Can any of us really escape the past?|
|Check out the front page of The New York Times
Arts and Leisure Section for the story on LEMON.
When Life Names You Lemon ...
By DEBORAH SONTAG
Published: September 24, 2009
has been selected to
be part of the 2014
American Film Showcase!
The American Film Showcase is a major touring film program bringing American documentaries, feature films and animated shorts to audiences worldwide. AFS is a partnership between the Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and USC's School of Cinematic Arts.