MADISON — “Ever Last,” a film Elizabeth resident and Fairleigh Dickinson University alumnus, Eloy Delgado, performed in, will be on the big screen at the 10th Annual Garden State Film Festival, in Asbury Park on March 25 at 2:30 p.m.
“Ever Last” follows Kimberly Alves, an assistant bank manager, as she meets Wolf Sutcliff, when he robs the bank she works at. She soon learns that Sutcliff is immortal, indestructible, and can turn invisible. He has been alive for thousands of years, never understanding his powers or what is expected of him, while being forced to watch the people that he had allowed himself to love, live out their normal lives and die, leaving him alone. Sympathizing with Sutcliff’s plight, Alves takes it upon herself to help him find reason and purpose for his life.
Written and directed by FDU alumnus, Chris Dimoulas, “Ever Last” features a cast and crew of over 20 FDU alumni and current students. FDU alumni filled the lead roles, both in front of the camera and behind it as directors and producers. To watch the trailer, go to EverLastFilm.com.
An alumnus of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s College at Florham, in Madison, Delgado graduated from FDU in May 2010 with a BA in theater arts. Delgado was recently appointed to the Elizabeth Library Board of Trustees.