It has come to my attention that, somehow, I neglected to mention a project about which I've become increasingly more excited over the past 2 months.
In the summer I auditioned for two film makers for a horror short. If you know me you know that I love horror movies. I'll see every one that comes out regardless of reviews, premise, actor lineup, director, etc. I'm a creep at heart and I'm totally fine with that.
The term "short" refers to a film less than 40 minutes in length and can, unfortunately, connote something created without the amount of love required to produce an amazing, full-length feature. A lot of times budget, actor availability (we can't all do it full-time), budget, and budget are huge factors in how grandiose a project can be.
Since being cast as Edith in the film, I have come to know the cast and crew and am blown away by the passion for creating something truly great - a "calling card". I wasn't thrown a script and told to learn it and show up on the first day of shooting. It's evolved, the relationships between the characters have been fleshed out (see what I did there?) and it's been made increasingly apparent how much this horror short means to our writers.
If you're interested, check out the trailer on the link below. This is an Indiegogo page so if you want to throw us a buck, thank you. I'm generally against crowd-funding but after working with everyone so far, I have no guilt in sharing this campaign. And, of course, if you just want to watch the trailer and see a tiny taste of what's in store - right this way...
(And now I'm finished with the cannibal puns).
Thanks for reading and your continued support on my journey. I'm having a fucking ball.