Feature film to shoot in Dingmans Ferry

Pike County will host  a scene location this month for the feature film “Lies I Told My Little Sister,” a comedy-drama written by Judy White of Milford.

The Phoenix store on Route 209 in Dingmans Ferry, run by Doug Cosh and Terry Talent, will be featured in the film. Shooting will be during the week of May 21.

The film is primarily set on Cape Cod and New Jersey, but “the unique ambience of The Phoenix was irresistible. We just had to shoot a key scene inside this fantastic eighteenth century barn jam-packed with the treasures that (owners) Doug and Terry manage to find,” producer Jonathan Weisbrod said.

White, a past president of the Black Bear Film Festival, wrote the screenplay about a family on vacation after a recent death.It is being directed by William J. Stribling. Weisbrod and Stribling’s first joint effort, a short film called “Break a Leg” earned  best picture, best director, best producer, and best editing in the 2012 New Visions and Voices Film Festival at New York University.

The film stars Lucy Walters, who earned notice in the 2011 NC-17 rated film “Shame,” as well as Ellen Foley, female vocalist in the Meat
Loaf hit song “Paradise by the Dashboard Light”), and Emmy-nominee Donovan Patton  who played Joe on “Blue’s Clues.”

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