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This weekend, I will be hosting the Concrete Dream Film Festival, founded by Mulholland Drive actress Rena Riffel. Part of preparing for this event has been to take a deep … Continue Reading Inspiring Quotes from Avant Garde Filmmakers
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Scintillating conversation from Hollywood’s latest directors, filmmakers and actors about how they are breaking ground for ALL cultures and backgrounds to star in non-typical roles and…
I’ve been talking about this short for months and it’s finally here. The Spirit Room, by Adam J. Ung, is now out of post and coming to film festivals near … Continue Reading Sneak Peak of The Spirit Room
My friend Ace Michaels has been slaying with his online talk show on Facebook. During my recent trip to Las Vegas, I got the chance to sit down and catch … Continue Reading Catching Up with Ace Michaels
I am very honored that Seeking Valentina, a short film which I produced with Armin Nasseri, has garnered two nominations at this year’s Hollywood Dreams International Film Festival, including BEST … Continue Reading Hollywood Dreams Announces Nominees
Women’s narratological problems start off long before a screenplay gets optioned by the studios and directors are hired. It starts in high school, with the ways we are taught narrative structure.
If you’ve been watching my Instagram lately, you will have noticed someone has a gripe against a guy named Vinnie. 😉 I was back on the set of James Balsalmo’s … Continue Reading Moviemaking is a Messy Business
I got to have a fun part in The Litch, directed by James Balsalmo. It was a high-spirited, improvisational shoot. Coming out later this year, the film also stars Tom Sizemore, the legendary Lloyd Kaufman and fellow scream queen Genoveva Rossi.
There’s some cool promo art coming out for The Spirit Room, which I worked on last October. Here’s me as the character Peggy Wiley! Can’t wait to share this amazing … Continue Reading Spooktacular Art for The Spirit Room
“To weep is to make less the depth of grief.” HENRY VI, PART III It’s true that actors suffer for their art. We go to countless auditions, get told no … Continue Reading The Mask: Acting when in Mourning
Peruse this article from the Austin Business Journal on the debate on film incentives in the state of Texas. If you’ve ever done a professional film budget, the often invisible … Continue Reading Penny Wise Pound Foolish
Today, I had the privilege of emailing back and forth Dr. Diane Dusick of the Inland Empire Media Academy, regarding their upcoming film festival. This year will be the third … Continue Reading Why I Support Student Filmmakers
Here’s a recap of my recent adventure to Idyllwild via PR LOG.
I was recently invited by Mogul to give their readership an insight on what life is like being an indie filmmaker in Los Angeles. It was such an honor to … Continue Reading A #DayintheLife of an Indie Film Producer & Actress
It’s always a pleasure to talk to the guys of The Dorkening. They are true cinephiles and die-hard horror and genre film fans. Check out this recent conversation I had! … Continue Reading Dorkilicious Times on The Dorkening