I just booked another short, a comedy entitled A Very Jewish Christmas. I am the main character’s Mom and I finally finally get to recite Hebrew prayers on film–my extensive Jewish Day school education making their debut. What will the Rabbis think? 🙂 More to come…
If you can’t make the upcoming screening of the Chapman Thesis “No Good Deed” at the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, you can still check it out here. You may need to create a login and password but it’s easy, I promise 🙂 Enjoy!
Striking a pose as Meldia in “Chaisson: Quest for Oriud.”
And I am referring to the epic and atmospheric Celtic folk musical group. It is a secret thrill to be among the cast of the forthcoming Chaisson: Quest For Oriud, a high fantasy short film which gives me the Clannad chills–I can’t help it! This Biola University Thesis is being directed by Brian Ulrich and is produced by Kevin Ulrich and Karyn Musch, following up their award-winning claymation film, Chaisson: Rise of the Zered. It shoots early summer in Afton Canyon and one of my favorite places, New Mexico. Let the quest begin!
Did a little voiceover work for my buddy Anthony Grippa’s most recent AFI film, Somebody’s Calling.
Tonight I attended the screening of AFI student Tommy Takemoto-Chock’s second cycle short, entitled “Sustain.” I play the piano teacher in this exquisite piece about childhood, memory, and longing.