Artwork and photos by and of D.L. Polonsky:
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Selected films and videos by and featuring D.L.:
Winner, 2011 National Alliance for Community Media’s Hometown Video Contest, Most Innovative – Non-Professional. Boston’s Artist-Writer-Filmmaker D.L. Polonsky acts out a day in his life.
Here is the link to watch D.L.’s 2011 film “Bored On The Fourth Of July” online –
A therapist seeks help from his therapist:
2010 D.L. TV interview about his projects:
D.L.’s 2010 film:
Premiereed JUNE 19th, 2010 at Somerville Theatre,
55 Davis Sq, Somerville, MA.
Showtimes were 4:45
P.M., 6:45 P.M., and 8:45 P.M. Admission was $7.00.
Currently booking screenings and seeking festival exhibition/distribution
“Murder, Money and a Dog”, a new, quirky comedy by Boston-based filmmaker D.L. Polonsky. 1 hr. 4 mins. Filmed in and around Boston, Massachusetts. Written, directed, produced and edited by D.L. Polonsky. © 2010, Mirror Rim Productions.
BRIEF PLOT SYNOPSIS
Lumber salesman Earl Morrison (Lawrence Hollie), struggling to survive in the current economic crisis, is sent on a business trip, where he accidentally kills a dog. In the process of burying the body, he digs up an ancient box of coins and jewels. Suddenly rich, he finds that his life only changes superficially as he continues a painful, unsatisfactory relationship with his semi-estranged father (Lloyd Smith). Meanwhile, alcoholic psychopath Liam C. Griggs (Andy Macbain) terrorizes people with a gun and young, out-of-work inventor Armen Smythe (Mike Phelan O’Toole), after just having been fired by an obnoxious, sadistic boss (Paul McGillicuddy), tries with little success to find work and pursues a sexy college girl he’s obsessed with (Laken Feola Couture).
Also starring Judi MacKenzie, Colleen Houlihan and Rob Crean.
A catalog of selected D.L. Polonsky film work is online on