Excited to share that JE SUIS is part of the 2019 Official Selection at the Blackbird Film Festival in New York City!
JE SUIS will screen on Sunday, April 28th in Block K as part of the Dramatic Action Shorts from 3:00pm – 4:30pm. If you’re in the area, please stop by and check us out!
I absolutely loved working on this hard hitting film and have been so thrilled to see JE SUIS gaining recognition and screening at film festivals all over the world.
Congratulations to our wonderful director, Faith Strongheart, our fantastic producer, Michelle Brattson Majors and our tremendous cast and crew!
Please visit www.BlackBirdFilmFest.com for a listing of all of the 2019 Official Selections.
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.