Thursday, April 24, 2014

Stim-Dead, screens alone for the first time at the Bergenfield Film Festival this year!

The short fiction film that is interwoven into the documentary to create Dead Man Working will be screening alone.  Stim-Dead  was selected to screen at the Bergenfield Film Festival this year!

Watch the trailer and come join me:

Stim-Dead Official Movie Trailer [HD] from L.E. Salas on Vimeo.

Thursday May 1st. 2014
Bow Tie Cinemas
58 S. Washington Ave. Bergenfied, NJ 07621

Monday, April 21, 2014

Dead Man Working screening at the Bulgakov Museum in Moscow!

Bulgakov Museum
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On April 26th Dead Man Working goes International when it screens as part of an art event in Moscow at the Bulgakov Museum in Moscow.

I want to thank Melissa O' Donnell and Benjamin Barnett and the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival for their reaching out and continued support!


Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Talk of the Town magazine's interview on Dead Man Working

Check out the Fall issue Talk of the Town magazine now online and on newsstands to read a really good interview and article about Dead Man Working. 

If you are around, make sure to catch a "Family Friendly" version of Dead Man Working screening at the Montvale Public Library in Montvale, New Jersey on Saturday afternoon Oct. 5 at 3:00 p.m.


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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Nyack Film Festival's pick for Best Feature Dead Man Working and more-

I wanted to thank each and everyone of you guys who keep on support this little project that has gone on to do some big things.  Dead Man Working screened at the Nyack Film Festival and I found out just last Friday that we had won The Festival's Best Feature award!

The listing for the screening of a "family friendly" version of Dead Man Working can be seen in the latest issue of Bergen County magazine:

Also Check Out the Fall issue of Talk of the Town magazine which will feature an extensive article on the project.


Saturday, August 24, 2013

Dead Man Working University Tour Fall 2013!

Hey Everyone,

     Now that Dead Man Working has for the most part officially wrapped its film festival circuit and  "STIM-DEAD!" has been prepped and readied for a short film festival run, I am announcing a Dead Man Working University tour.

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Colleges, Universities and libraries across the country will be given an opportunity to screen the award-winning film.  I have already secured two dates:

-The College of New Jersey's Brown Bag Series
September 27th, 2013

-The Montvale Free Public Library 
October 5th, 2013

If you know of any schools or universities that would be interested in hosting a screening please feel free to contact me.


Tuesday, August 6, 2013

DMW Screening as part of the 2nd Annual Nyack Film Festival Sat. August 17th. 2013

Hey Everyone!  Come Watch Dead Man Working as part of the Nyack FIlm Festival:

Saturday, August 17, 2013, 7:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Nyack Village Theatre, 94 Main Street, Nyack, NY 10960

The Nyack Film Festival is in its 2nd year so it is a smaller film festival but its location and appeal caters to an artistic crowd both young and old.

Dead Man Working is the second in a series of films on Saturday.  There will be a ten minute short playing before the film and three others after.

For more information, check out the festival website of the schedule on the link provided below:

Monday, June 10, 2013

Onward to PIFF6! Date and Time for The Philadelphia Independent Film Festival

It's been such an honor being a part of some great film festivals and bringing Dead Man Working to bigger audiences!  There is a possibility of a couple of other stops but right now, all the focus is on the Philadelphia premier screening at the Franklin Institute.


Title: Dead Man Working Venue: Franklin Institute
Director: L.E. Salas           Date:  June 28th
Genre: Docu-Fiction         Show Time: 7:20 pm
TRT: 70 min                     Directions: Directions to Theater
Country: NY (US)            Tickets: Purchase Tickets

For more information and the full line-up of films screening at the festival this year visit the official website for PIFF6.

Screening at the Franklin Institute!!

Hope to see you there!