Loose Change Entertainment LLC, in association with Floydapalooza Media LLC, is proud to announce that its second feature film,
Love & Plutonium, was awarded the "Best Feature Film" prize at the Twisted Spine "Micro" Film Festival in Cleveland, Ohio, on September 25. The two-day event showcased over 30 short and feature-length films from across the United States as well as the UK.
Written by newlyweds Jacquie Floyd and
Jeff Priskorn (Berkley), and directed by Priskorn, it was shot in late 2003 entirely in Michigan with local talent and crew. The movie premiered to over 225 people in June, and the duo has been marketing the film to festivals since.
Love & Plutonium is a unique and clever superhero comedy with an atypical romance. It is set in the Good vs. Evil battleground of
Suburbiaville, where evil genius Dr. Milo Medlo (Nate Topie) and his loyal henchman Hank (Priskorn) are forever at odds with good girls Justice Kitten (Maggie Patton) and Little Liberty (Floyd). An upset in the delicate balance of power could result in world annihilation, or so the superheroes and villains believe. So when Dr. Medlo falls in love with a receptionist named Holly (Meghan
Vigeant) and loses his desire for evildoing, Hank and the lawful ladies must form an unholy alliance to sabotage the relationship or risk losing their livelihoods.
Loose Change Entertainment is an independent multimedia production company based in Berkley, Michigan. LCE is co-owned by Dan Corrigan, John F. Kerr, and Jeff Priskorn. LCE produces the award-winning sketch comedy show, Loose Change TV, as well as numerous full-length feature films. To learn more about the company and its products and services, visit
www.LooseChange.tv and www.LoveAndPlutonium.com. For more information on the Twisted Spine "Micro" Film Festival, visit