Quaker Oaths, interview with filmmaker Louisiana Kreutz
A fun romantic comedy appearing at the Sonoma International Film Festival this year is Quaker Oaths and we had writer/director, Louisiana Kreutz on to tell us all about the film.
Have you heard of unicycle football? Either had I before watching this film!
About Quaker Oaths:
When Quakers get married, they ask every wedding guest to sign their marriage certificate. It’s a sweet tradition that signifies the importance of community. But when Joe and Emily want to get divorced, that sweet tradition creates an unexpected challenge: now every guest must cross off their name to make the split official. In this off-beat comedy, our two would-be divorcees hit the highway to track down friends and relatives, revisiting old feelings and discovering new ones along the way.
Louisiana (or Lucy for short) is an Austin-based director of both documentary and narrative films.
Here is the interview followed by a trailer for the film. Original air date: 3/28/17.