Notable films include Mmagnitude (role: Marilyn Monroe), a short film shot on a Super 8, directed by Dan Borden. It premiered at the Berlin Film Festival as part of a series called F*cking Different New York.
As cited by Variety: “Borden’s Mmagnitude outclasses the rest, imagining the brief fling between Marilyn Monroe and Joan Crawford and utilizing camp in ways the others can’t even touch.”
The short, Omie Wise (role: Omie), directed by Dylan Tuccillo, won several “Silver Ace” awards at the Las Vegas Film Festival & at The First Run Film Festival. Best Actress nomination from The Action on Film International Film Festival in LA. This little gem also screened at the Big Apple Film Festival, Gasparilla Film Festival, Tallahassee Film Festival, Sunscreen Film Festival (St. Petersburg), Long Island Int’l Film Expo, & The San Francisco Frozen Film Festival.
Winner: Best actress, Hofstra Film Festival, for “Cheryl” in A Matter of Time (directed by: Molly Wedgewood)
HR: Sick Days Aren’t a Game (directed by Jeff Barry & produced by Tijuana Ricks, Written by Ken Ferrigni) premiered at The LA Comedy Film Festival in 2013, and has since screened at The Soho Int’l Film Festival, The Atlanta Film Festival, Hollyshorts Film Festival, & St. Louis International Film Festival. It was named “Best Short of the Day” by Digg.com.
“Sweet Nothing” was directed by Blake Hamilton. This beautiful film was a semifinalist in the Ultimate Filmmakers Competition. Alan Poon was director of Photography.