Road 721

Road 721 is an allegory about global warming. Set in a number of California forests it tells the tale of Sam, a photo journalist from Los Angeles whose dream has been to write an essay about the state of forestry in the Redwoods as well as other wooded areas in the Western United States.

What he encounters on his journey is mysterious, puzzling and ultimately terrifying.

Road 721 is an environmental ghost story. A cautionary tale about our careless attitude toward the natural world and what occurs as a result of it.

  • Lucinda Luvaas
    LA Style, A Working Man's Apocrypha, Outcry, Running Through History, Welcome to Saint Angel
  • Lucinda Luvaas
    The Tower of Hate, The Human Chorus, Outcry, Running Through History, LA Style
  • William Luvaas
    The Seductions of Natalie Bach, Going Under, Welcome to Saint Angel
  • Lucinda Luvaas
    Welcome To Saint Angel, A Working Man's Apocrypha, The Human Chorus, Outcry, Running Through History, LA Style
  • Sammy Corrado IV
    Key Cast
    LA Style, Welcome to Saint Angel,
  • Alexandra Lovelace
    Key Cast
    “Norma Jean Wright”
  • William Luvaas
    Key Cast
    “The Woodsman”
    Welcome to Saint Angel, A Working Man's Apocrypha
  • Katrina Casmer
    Key Cast
    “Catherine Collins”
  • Duff Brenner
    Key Cast
    “Camper Couple”
  • Ricki Rycraft
    Key Cast
    “Camper Couple”
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  • Runtime:
    25 minutes 13 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 24, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    15,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Lucinda Luvaas


2019 "Outcry," Meraki Film Festival, Berlin, Germany
"Welcome to Saint Angel," Award: Best Adapted Screenplay, Golden State Film Festival
2018 "Welcome to Saint Angel," Global Trailer Film Festival
2017 "LA Style," Award: Best Short About Los Angeles, Culver City Film Festival
"The Tower of Hate," Fort Collins Art Museum, Fort Collins, CO
"La Style," Premiere Screening, Moda 360, LA Mart, Los Angeles, CA
2016 Western Michigan University Atrium Gallery, Solo Exhibition
Screening of The Tunnel, October
PBS, KLCS/Los Angeles, “Two From West Adams,” a film by Lucinda Luvaas
"The Flames of a Titan," Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts Screening
"The Tower of Hate," Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, New York City
"The Tower of Hate," Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA and
Secrest Gallery, Highpoint University, Highpoint, NC
2011 "True Blue," Art for Autism Speaks, Salamatina Gallery, NY
video commissioned by Gallery, "Glory"

Other Screenings and Video Exhibitions:

The Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT, traveling show featuring "The Tower of Hate"
"Anatomy," 23rd Festival Instants Video, Marseille, France
Film Screening: The Riverside Public Library, Riverside, CA
“Flash,” The Prospect Range, Brooklyn, NY
Trbovlje New Media Setting, Slovenia, Yugoslavia
Grinnell College, PA
CEPA Gallery, Buffalo, NY
Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY
Carbon County Arts Guild and Depot Gallery, Livingston, MT
Custer County Art and Heritage Center, Miles City, MT
Paris Gibson Square Art Museum, Great Falls, MT
Mondak Heritage Center, Sidney, MT
The Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture, Bozeman, MT
Montana Museum of Arts and Culture, Missoula, MT
Florida State University, Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL
St. Francis University, Joliet, IL
Western Michigan University, Richmond Center/Atrium Gallery
Center for The Arts, University of Buffalo, NY
School of Art & Design Smart Wall, Alfred University, NY
The University of CT
Tennessee State University
Copper Village Museum and Art Center, Anaconda, MT
University of Montana-Western, Dillon, MT
The Chambers Art Hotel, Minneapolis, MN
The Fringe Festival/Femme Noire, Kansas City, MO
The Propeller Center for The Arts, Toronto, Canada
Espace Dialogos, Paris, France
Annenberg School for Communication, Philadelphia, PA

Lucinda's films have been featured on TV stations throughout the USA.

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Director Statement

I am a multimedia artist. In addition to filmmaking I work in the Studio creating fine art. My work is shown in NYC, Los Angeles, Canada and Santa Monica. I've created installations that incorporate video and fine art. I came to filmmaking with an artistic sensibility--every frame is an opportunity to shine visually. In addition, I've composed music my whole life and write the soundtracks for all of my films. For me, working in film gives me the opportunity to use all of the interests and skills I have.