Nightlights

Nightlights

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Erin Logan is a sweet 27 year old living with and providing for her twin brother Jacob, who is severely affected by autism..

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SYNOPSIS

Over 1.5 million people in the United States have been diagnosed with autism. Erin Logan is a sweet 27 year old living with and providing for her twin brother Jacob, who is severely affected by autism. Having accepted the role of parent to her brother, Erin has given up on her hopes and dreams and accepted her responsibilities. After she stumbles into a chance for love and friendship, Erin is forced to confront what it means to have a good life, whether she can care for her brother and have that chance for herself at the same time.


TECH SPECS

Runtime: 96 minutes
Format: 1:78 HD
Sound: Dolby SR
Rating: pending
Country: USA
Website: NightLightsMovie.com
Genre: Drama, Family



AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY

Best Picture – Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival
Audience Favorite Award – Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival
Best Narrative Feature Award – Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival
Best of Illinois Award – Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival
Best Actress (Shawna Waldron) – Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival
Best Actor (Stephen Louis Grush) – Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival
Best Supporting Actress (Kate Black-Spence) – Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival
Best Supporting Actor (Jeff Garretson) – Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival
Best Illinois Feature Award – Beloit International Film Festival
Silver Remi Award – Houston WorldFest International Film Festival
Official Selection – Louisville International Film Festival
Official Selection – Chesapeake Film Festival

Shawna Waldron Interview
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On Screen & Beyond 

“”As a mother, the film gave me an overwhelming appreciation that I have three healthy kids…”
-Marika Flatt, Texas Lifestyle Magazine

“NightLights” achieves something admirably genuine about the queasy mixture of anguish and joy attached to caretaking for the most needy of loved ones.”
Robert Abele, LA Times

“Waldron, who looks a bit like Annabella Sciora, gives a moving performance, conveying Erin’s deep love, exhaustion, and determination, while Grush is almost flawless as Jacob”
Ernest Hardy, LA Weekly

both engaging and delivered from the heart” – DVD & Blu-Ray Release Report