QUAKER OATHS is a narrative feature written and directed by Louisiana Kreutz. It premiered at the Austin Film Festival in October 2016 and went on to play in over a dozen festivals across the country, winning awards such as "Best Comedy" at the Breckenridge Film Festival and the Audience Award at Woods Hole. The film is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video, and DVDs are available at Barnes and Noble, Best Buy, and Amazon.
THE STORY: 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.
STARRING: Alex Dobrenko, Fede Rangel, Kathy Rose Center, Rupert Reyes, David Lee Hess, Scott Mason, Juli Erickson, Grant James, Tane Ward, Hannah Kenah, and introducing Pete Dahlberg
Best Comedy: Breckenridge Film Festival
Audience Award, Comedy: Woods Hole Film Festival
Best Director: Deep in the Heart of Texas Film Festival
Festival Favorite: Phoenix Film Festival
Bonus Screening: Austin Film Festival
SCREENINGS and AWARDS:
World Premiere: AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL
QUAKER OATHS had its World Premiere at the 2016 Austin Film Festival.
With two packed screenings at the Rollins and State Theaters, AFF gave Quaker Oaths a third "buzz" screening!
Deep in the Heart Film Festival
**Winner! Best Director, Louisiana Kreutz
Sonoma International Film Festival
Chick Flicks / Dallas Video Fest
Orlando Film Festival
High Falls Film Festival
Rochester, New York
Phoenix Film Festival
**Voted Festival Favorite!
Jim Thorpe Independent Film Festival
Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania
Breckenridge Film Festival
**Winner! Best Comedy