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2/27/2017 I'm working on some new updates, so please check back soon.

6/23/2016 Lori arrived in Nantucket to enjoy the sights, sounds, and salty sea spray and to take part in the Nantucket Film Festival. I was able to snag a couple of photos...don't ask how... ;-)


5/23/2016 Here's some more information about Lori's new film..."God Knows Where I Am."

After one of the coldest winters on record, a woman’s body is found in an abandoned New Hampshire farmhouse. A journal next to her reveals her name, Linda Bishop, and chronicles her life with poignancy, humor, and beauty. It also offers clues as to how she came to this unfortunate end. Using Linda’s own words, supplemented by interviews with family members and friends, the Wider brothers simultaneously construct a compelling, poetic eulogy to a once bright, vivacious woman who fell victim to an insidious enemy —mental illness— and offer an indictment of a flawed mental health care system.

5/18/2016 I have it on good authority that Lori just finished a film with 'James Franco.' No details as of yet, but as soon as I get more information, I'll be sure to post it!

5/18/2016 The Maine International Film Festival (July 8-17) will be showing 4 of Lori's films, and Lori will be there to answer questions afterwards. The films are:

"Footloose," Starring Kevin Bacon and Lori Singer
"Trouble in Mind," Directed by Alan Rudolph with Kris Kristofferson and Keith Carradine
"Shortcuts," Directed by Robert Altman with Robert Downey Jr.
"God Knows Where I Am," A new film narrated by Lori Singer

5/18/2016 Lori will be at the Nantucket Film Festival (June 22-27) as they are playing, "God Knows Where I Am." A new film narrated by Lori. Screening times are Fri, Jun 24, @ 12:30 PM and Sat, Jun 25, @ 11:30 AM.

10/27/11 Lori is scheduled for a speaking engagement at Harvard University today. They are screening the new version of "Footloose," and Lori will be discussing Footloose and the remake.

9/21/11 Lori played with her band a set to open the Woodstock Film Festival on opening night September 21, 2011. She was also one of three judges that presented The Diane Seligman Award for BEST STUDENT SHORT FILM: The three judges were: Writer/Producer 'Jospeh Muszynski,' Golden Globe Winning Actor 'Lori Singer,' and Producer/Marketing & Distribution Executive 'Isil Bagdadi.' The results of the judging are listed below.

(Winner), "The Recorder Exam," Directed by: Bora Kim
(Runner Up), "Manhattan Melody," Directed by: Sasha Gordon
(Honorable Mention), "Babyland," Directed by: Marc Fratello
(Honorable Mention), "Bayou Black," Directed by: Jonas Carpignano
(Honorable Mention), "Gravity," Directed by: Pamela Romanowsky

To view a photo of Lori during this event, just follow the link HERE.

For more information on the film festival itself, follow this link to the Woodstock Film Festival 2011 website.

8/20/11 The 63rd annual Artists & Writers Softball game was held in East Hampton, and this year the writers scored a 17-11 victory over the artists.

3/15/2011 Lori will appear in an episode of "Law & Order: SVU" which is scheduled to air on May 4th. For more information, you can read about it on TV Squad.

12/8/10 The DVD for "Trouble in Mind," directed by Alan Rudolph, is coming out on 12/14/2010. There will also be a screening of "Trouble in Mind" along with "The Moderns" on Friday and Saturday, 12/10 and 12/11 in Los Angeles. Along with this, there will be a screening of the "making of" documentary that is on the DVD as well. The screening times are as follows:

Friday, Dec. 10
9:45 Documentary

Saturday, Dec. 11
5:50 Documentary

The New Beverly Cinema
7165 Beverly Blvd.
(near La Brea)
Los Angeles, CA 90036

You can visit their Facebook page here: "Trouble in Mind" 25th Anniversary Edition.

8/14/10 The 62nd annual Artists & Writers Softball game was held in East Hampton, and this time the Artists beat the Writers 15-14 in the 10th inning. You can read the full story here: "Not Since the '95 Texas A&M Bowl Game has this Happened;"

8/15/09 The 61st annual Artists & Writers Softball game was held, and once again Lori participated in the event. Unfortunately the Writers beat the Artists this year. You can read the full story here: "Writers Edge Final Run In Bottom Of 11th Inning;"

8/17/08 The 60th annual Artists & Writers Softball game was held yesterday in East Hampton, NY., and once again Lori, who plays for the Artists, participated in the event. And for the 2nd year in a row, the Artists beat the Writers! You can read the full story here: "Artists, writers play softball in East Hampton"

2/26/08 On a related note to Lori's upcoming project GRISHA, the producers of GRISHA won an Academy Award on Sunday for "Best documentary" for a film by Alex Gibney titled: Taxi to the Dark Side. Lori is a big supporter of this film.

2/15/08 Lori is currently in the process of bringing the story of cellist Gregor Piatigorsky to the big screen, based on the book titled: GRISHA. I don't have any dates yet of when this might be finished, but I'll let everyone know as soon as I get more information.

1/23/08 I had the privilege of being able to attend the concert mentioned below, and Lori's performance was flawless! Up until now I had only heard her play from the movie Shortcuts, but in person she is so much better. A true artist. Don't get me wrong, the entire concert was excellent and I enjoyed everyone's performance, but of course my favorite was Lori. Hopefully there will be more venues in the furture...Kai

12/24/07 Lori will be performing with the Distinguised Concerts International New York on January 21st, 2008 at Carnegie Hall's World Premiere of Composer Karl Jenkins "Hymn." This concert will feature cellist Lori Singer, narration by Walter Cronkite and will be conducted by Jonathan Griffith.

8/23/07 On Saturday, August the 18th, Lori participated in the annual Artists & Writers softball game held in East Hampton, NY. The result? The artists beat the writers 13-5. Read about the game here: "Artists beat writers in charity softball"