Screening this evening at the Valletta Waterfront is Magdalene.
I had the wonderful opportunity a few years back to play a deeply rich character in a 27 min short – set in a time period I love – the 1930s. Magdalene is a DGA and Emmy awarded short, directed by Rebecca Cremona and is about a former classical pianist who, to everyone else, looked like she was living “the American dream.” Only Magdalene knew the real truth of what her life had slowly become, and in a moment of clarity, she decides to make a choice to exit stage left with a lethal dose of Laudanum. Her plan however is interrupted … or is it?
So lovely to see that Magdalene is making her entrance once more and is screening this evening at the Valletta Waterfront as part of their Outdoor Cinema Nights Film Festival. I only wish I could be there in person.
Sending festival love to a film that will forever remain close to my heart – Magdalene.
I had so much fun playing THE VOICE in this chilling short film directed by VFX Emmy nominated and award winning director, Sallyanne Massimini. The film stars Giorgia Whigham and David Meza and explores the idea of a new, more advanced form of Artificial Intelligence – one that could easily be assimilated into our modern day society. One that moves beyond previous barriers to achieve the ultimate prize – the full integration of human emotions… This new form of intelligence … is called N.I.
Screening schedule to be announced in early September so stay tuned!
If you’d like to learn more about N.I., or to check out the film, please stop by our website at nishortfilm.com.
N.I. is a haunting short film that explores artificial intelligence and what it means to be human. It is also part of the 2019 official selection at the USA Film Festival! N.I.will be screening in the Narrative III Short Films Category this Saturday April 27th at 9:30pm. This gripping film comes from VFX Emmy nominated and award winning director, Sallyanne Massimini, and stars Giorgia Whigham and David Meza, with me rounding out the cast as…THE VOICE. This was such an exciting film to work on! If you’re in Dallas, come check us out! If you’re not, you can catch the film online.
Je Suis explores the myth that women can “have it all” as a woman struggles to balance work and family life. Je Suisis heading to the Blackbird Film Festival as part of the 2019 Official Selection and will screen on Sunday, April 28th in Block Kfrom 3:00pm – 4:30pm as part of the Dramatic Action Shorts category. If you’re in the Cortland, New York area, please stop by and check us out! Je Suis is written and directed by Faith Strongheart and has enjoyed an incredible festival run. Congrats to our entire cast & crew!
It has been such a joy and honor to work on both of these thought-provoking films. And so exciting to see them making the rounds on the festival circuit. I just wish I could be in both Dallas and New York this weekend…
What would happen if there was a new, more advanced form of Artificial Intelligence, one that could easily be assimilated into our modern day society? One that moves beyond previous barriers to achieve the ultimate prize – the full integration of human emotions? What if this new form of intelligence … was called N.I.
From VFX Emmy nominated and award winning director, Sallyanne Massimini, comes a gripping short film called N.I.(Neo Intelligence). N.I stars Giorgia Whigam as Samantha and David Meza as Aaron. I had the immense pleasure of rounding out the cast as The Voice in this chilling piece. Click on the link below to check out this haunting film about a romantic encounter that goes horribly wrong…or is it?
Thrilled to share that JE SUIS is part of the official selection at the California Women’s Film Festival!We will be screening this Saturday, July 14 @ 11:30am. Block #1! If you are in LA, do stop by and say hello.
Huge congratulations to our wonderful cast & crew! It’s been exciting to see how well we’ve been doing on the festival circuit with this timely, provocative and hard hitting film. Screening and ticket info can be found here!
Have you ever found yourself face to face with a Captcha that drove you crazy? Well then this comedy is for you. Here is a short that I had the pleasure of working on with the very talented Jeremy Saville who not only wrote this piece but also plays my hubby, Jim. Poor Jim is just trying to get us some concert tickets when he runs smack dab into the clutches of the evil Captcha.