🇬🇧Happy Fall everyone! How have you been?

I’ve been busy at work. I was fortunate to shoot a role in Ian Tripp’s upcoming feature film, Sincerely Saul.

I also got to voice a character in an upcoming Bang Zoom Paw project, directed by Ty Mabrey, who is an incredible artist. Of course, I can’t say much about it since it’s in post-production but I figured I’d just give a tiny share because I’m happy! I keep submitting auditions at my agents request as well as on breakdown services.

With Dan Bourget, Ty Mabrey, and I

Immortal Game

I want to thank you for voting (see previous blog) for Immortal Game because we were selected at VAIFF! I’m grateful for your support and so is the entire team! MERCI!

Upcoming festivals for Immortal Game:

The Various Artists Film Independent Film Festival, The Show Low Film Festival in Arizona, San Diego Film Week, and San Diego Film Festival.

Oh and we won Best Sci Fi Short at the San Diego Movie Awards and will be in the live event line up in the spring!

Indie Film on Amazon Prime

A feature film called Angel Mountain that I was fortunate to shoot is now available on Amazon Prime. Congratulations to its cast and crew! I portray the character of Agnès in it. Please if you decide to watch it, stream until the end (really until the end) and leave an honest review. It would help tremendously. Filmmakers depend on that and the algorithm to make things move on digital platform. Again THANK YOU and sorry for sounding bossy!

Check out Angel Mountain here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B09CLKL6J2/ref=atv_dp_share_cu_r

Growing up in a small rural farm town in the early 1950’s, sixteen- year-old Jimmy Hoffer, and his two siblings do their best to survive poverty and a crumbling family unit. With the mysterious death of his father, Jimmy’s mother, Agnes, becomes disconnected to her children and finds refuge in the local bars and the men who visit them. She selfishly falls deep into a world of alcoholism, casual sex, and denial. After frequent conflicts with their mother, Colette, Jimmy’s older sister, leaves the home to marry her sweetheart. Jimmy is left to decide to stay and support his mother and younger brother Vincent or leave town as well. As he wrestles with a decision, Jimmy stumbles upon a small town about 15 miles away from his own and is exposed to a very diverse group of extraordinary people. He is humbled by their generosity, but reluctant to accept them for their differences. Until tragedy strikes. It will be up to Jimmy to find a way to save the only group of people who have given him an opportunity to better his life. Along with his mother Agnes, Jimmy finds the strength and hope to redeem his past relationships and forgive his mother for her short comings. This is a story of hope, a story of struggle, but a story of how, as humans, we each have the instinct of good. Sometimes it just takes a fresh perspective of the world around us. Synopsis de K. Schuback.

Grateful to its filmmaker Karen Schuback for trusting me in portraying this character.

*****

🇫🇷Bon dĂ©but d’automne Ă  tous ! Comment allez-vous ?

Des petites nouvelles, je suis très occupĂ©e au travail en ce moment. J’ai eu la chance de tourner un rĂ´le dans le prochain long mĂ©trage de Ian Tripp ce film s’intitule: Sincerely Saul

Et d’ĂŞtre la voix d’une production Bang Zoom Paw rĂ©alisĂ©e par Ty Mabrey, un artiste incroyable ! Bien sĂ»r, je n’ai pas le droit d’en dire trop car c’est en post-production mais je suis autorisĂ©e Ă  partager une petite photo ! Je continue Ă  soumettre des auditions Ă  la demande de mes agents ainsi que de faire des offres spontanĂ©es sur les services en ligne pour acteurs.

With Dan Bourget, Ty Mabrey, and I

Immortal Game (Jeu Immortel)

Je tiens Ă  vous remercier d’avoir votĂ© (voir blog prĂ©cĂ©dent) pour Immortal Game car nous avons Ă©tĂ© sĂ©lectionnĂ©s au VAIFF ! Je vous remercie pour votre soutien et toute l’Ă©quipe aussi! MERCI !

Festivals Ă  venir:

VAIFF, Le festival du film indépendant de divers artistes, le festival du film Show Low en Arizona, la semaine du film de San Diego, le festival du film de San Diego.

Film Indépendant sur Amazon Prime

Un long mĂ©trage que j’ai eu la chance de tourner est dĂ©sormais disponible sur Amazon Prime. FĂ©licitations Ă  toute son Ă©quipe ! J’y incarne le personnage d’Agnès. S’il vous plaĂ®t, si vous dĂ©cidez de le regarder, diffusez-le jusqu’Ă  la fin (vraiment jusqu’Ă  la fin) et laissez une critique honnĂŞte. Cela aiderait Ă©normĂ©ment. Les cinĂ©astes dĂ©pendent de cela et de l’algorithme pour faire bouger les choses sur les plate-formes numĂ©riques. Encore MERCI et dĂ©solĂ©e si j’ai l’air d’ĂŞtre un peu autoritaire !

Angel Mountain est disponible aux USA pour l’instant sur ce lien: https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B09CLKL6J2/ref=atv_dp_share_cu_r

Ayant grandi dans une petite ville rurale au dĂ©but des annĂ©es 50, Jimmy Hoffer, 16 ans, et ses deux frères et sa sĹ“ur font de leur mieux pour survivre Ă  la pauvretĂ© et Ă  une cellule familiale qui s’effondre. Avec la mort mystĂ©rieuse de son père, la mère de Jimmy, Agnès, se dĂ©connecte de ses enfants et trouve refuge dans les bars locaux et les hommes qui leur rendent visite. Elle tombe Ă©goĂŻstement dans un monde d’alcoolisme, de relations sexuelles occasionnelles et de dĂ©ni. Après de frĂ©quents conflits avec leur mère, Colette, la sĹ“ur aĂ®nĂ©e de Jimmy, quitte la maison pour se marier. Jimmy doit dĂ©cider de rester et de soutenir sa mère et son jeune frère Vincent ou de partir. Alors qu’il se dĂ©bat avec une dĂ©cision, Jimmy tombe sur une petite ville Ă  environ 24 km de la sienne et est exposĂ© Ă  un groupe très diversifiĂ© de personnes au grand coeur. Il ne veut pas accepter d’aide de quiconque. Jusqu’Ă  ce que la tragĂ©die frappe. Grâce Ă  sa mère Agnès, Jimmy trouve la force et l’espoir de racheter ses relations passĂ©es et de pardonner Ă  celle-ci ses dĂ©fauts. Synopsis de Karen Schuback.

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