Ghost Tenant

Ghost Tenant at Short Film Corner in Cannes

Premiering at the Short Film Corner at the
Cannes International Film Festival

The Feature Film

Luke Sabis (Writer/Director)

Luke Sabis Writer DirectorBorn and raised in New York City, when hit by hard financial times, Luke followed his dream by moving west. In California, he turned his attention towards filmmaking. While paying the bills as a part time Massage Therapist at the Burke Williams Day Spa in Hollywood, Luke went through the Cinema Program at LACC. Soon after, he was working on his first film, “Missing Child” calling on all his artistic skills gathered over the years. In his directorial feature film debut, he also co-wrote, acted and composed the score. “Missing Child” premiered at the 2014 Boston International Film Festival where it won two awards, including the “Special Recognition Award for Directing” for Luke. It went on to win the, “Best Feature Award” at the Beyond the Beaten Path Film Festival. It was also an Official Selection of the Big Island Film Festival in Hawaii, and Dances With Films in Hollywood.


Karl Lentini (Producer)

Karl Lentini ProducerKarl Lentini began making films at age fourteen with his Dad’s super-8 film camera. After graduating from Boston University’s film school he moved to Los Angeles where he crewed on various productions as PA, UPM, and actor. Karl worked in post-production for ten years as a film/digital projectionist and sound recordist at NT Audio in Santa Monica. His short film comedy, "A BOY AND HIS SOCK" screened at the Dam Short Film Festival in Boulder City, Nevada and the Sydney Underground Film Festival in Sydney, Australia. He produced and directed his first feature film, "CLEAVER’S DESTINY" which had a limited theatrical run at Laemmle Cinema in Pasadena, CA. The film garnered a 2014 PRISM Award nomination and won Honorable Mention at the 2014 VOICE Awards.



Charles Gorgano ("Ned")

Charles Gorgano "Ned" in Ghost TenantCharles grew up on a farm in East Texas. He made his way to los Angeles to study at the Pasadena Playhouse, as well as with Eric Morris, Charles Conrad and Jerry Comey. He has appeared in more than forty plays including Bent, Witness for the Prosecution, Cabin 12 and Death of a Salesman. He has also Guest Starred on Santa Barbara, Port Charles and General Hospital. Charles has had numerous starring and supporting roles in films such as Born killers, Operation War Zone, Sister Aimee, Harvest Moon, Dory House and Good God, Bad Dog with Tom Sizemore. His most recent films include Death Calls with Robert Miano, Baseball’s Last Hero, (The Roberto Clemente Story) and Few Options with Kenny Johnson and Erin Daniels. Charles won the Best Actor Award at the 2014 Boston International Film Festival for his portrayal of "Henry" in Missing Child.