Great news from Erica Fae and her film TO KEEP THE LIGHT:
“congrats wes cardino!!
on his win for BEST FEATURE CINEMATOGRAPHY at the las vegas film festival!!!
we are so thankful for his gorgeous work on the film, so proud of him,
and delighted to celebrate the first award for the film.
also on the horizon are more festivals!
coming up are MARFA (july), WOODS HOLE (august), PORT TOWNSEND (september),
ST LOUS INT’L (november, we’ve been invited to the New Filmmakers’ Forum!)…
and 3 others we can’t yet announce.
stay connected via facebook, or our website…
and spread the word!!
erica & all of TKTL”
From Orlando Weekly
To Keep the Light
(88 minutes; 3 stars)
showtimes: 4:15 p.m. Saturday, April 9, Regal Winter Park Village A; 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 12, Enzian
First-time writer-director Erica Fae’s To Keep the Light is a quietly mesmerizing look at the lonely life of a lighthouse keeper’s wife who is struggling with her daily duties – and her sanity – while caring for her sick husband in 19th-century Maine. When a mysterious stranger washes up on shore, she is forced to confront both her past and her future.
Shot much like a haunted-house thriller, the film takes on an Ingmar Bergman feel in the second half. Though it offers few surprises once its twist is revealed, its beauty and confidently methodical pacing – not to mention a solid performance by Fae herself – make it one of the better offerings in the Narrative Features competition. It doesn’t utilize the rich Downeast New England dialect as much as it could, but it nevertheless captures the feel of the period and, in keeping with many other films at the festival, features an interesting feminist theme. – Cameron Meier
We are happy to announce that TO KEEP THE LIGHT will premiere this April at two festivals: Florida Film Festival (in the Narrative Features Competition) and Nashville Film Festival (in the New Directors Competition).
We’re thrilled to begin showing our film to audiences at such warm and great festivals!
And there’s a sweet article that came out recently that contextualizes Erica’s work nicely. Check it out!
And lastly, BRAVO to all who worked on the film!!! Raise a glass to toast it’s opening, and here’s to more great news soon!