Duration DirectorNoah Kadner Music directorLee Sanders
WriterNoah Kadner (story), Jamieson Stern (story), Jamieson Stern CastJessica Kiper (Anne-Marie Silver), Clayton Rohner (Ted Gregory), Geoffrey Lewis (Lucky Marshall), Steven Gilborn (Sid Silver), Jamieson Stern (Clay Crawford) Similar moviesFrostbite (2005), Super Spy (2004), Hook - Line & Sinker (1969), The Search for One-eye Jimmy (1994), Hold Em Jail (1932)
Formosa is a 2005 feature comedy directed by Noah Kadner, written by Jamieson Stern, and Produced by Anita M. Cal. The movie starred Geoffrey Lewis and Steven Gilborn. It was filmed in Albuquerque, New Mexico and was distributed internationally on cable. It won the Jury Award for Best Movie at the 2005 Garden State Film Festival and was feature at the Sedona Film Festival in Arizona.
Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1951. Sid Silver (Steven Gilborn) has a problem: his social guidance films aren't working anymore. The teens of the '50s are going crazy buck wild and Sid can no longer reach them. Clay Crawford (Jamieson Stern) also has a problem. He's on the run from the law and trying to make it to California to find a man who may be his father. A grizzled bounty hunter named Lucky (Geoffrey Lewis) is hot on Clay's trail. Sid and Clay cross paths in the hot desert winds of New Mexico. Sid's daughter Anne-Marie (Jessica Kiper) begins to fall for Clay to the dismay of her fiancé, Ted (Clayton Rohner) who also bankrolls Sid's films. The fates of Formosa Studios and perhaps New Mexico itself hang in the balance.