Posing with David Raymond
Make up chair moment
Make up by April Panglinan
I’m a librarian
I would’ve loved to have posted photos of myself with Sir Ben Kingsley & Henry Cavill
, but they were already off to their trailers. I shook SBK’s hand and he thanked me, but my brief moment is still there. The make up and hair people were delightful, the writer/director, David Raymond
was a lovely person and the day was swift. Hopefully someday I’ll have a larger scene on screen with these actors or others when that day comes. Nomis
is slated to premiere sometime next year.
I’ll say this about the two leads: I felt like I was in the presence of a king and Hercules. When I think about it, I was on set with Superman and Gandhi! They were both gentlemen.
I look forward to my speaking role in Nomis this month, working alongside Sir Ben Kingsley again (I shared a scene with him in 2007’s You Kill Me)! I’ll also be sharing a scene with both Sir Ben and Henry Cavill.
I’m anticipating the viewing of Tempus Tormentum:
- Article: Welcome to the insane world of tempus tormentum.
- Wicked Channel: Movie review of Tempus Tormentum.
- Podcast Garden:
powered by podcast garden
- Interview: Search My Trash.
I’ve participated in a short film this weekend, with the talented Amanda Kindzierski again. It’s always a pleasure working with someone who’s got it together. The film, currently titled Ghost Hunters, was created as part of the Aboriginal Film Collective. The collective will have a screening around March 25th, but if I’m wrong, then at least in and around the next month. It’s too bad I didn’t take any photos or live video feed, but hopefully the actual film will speak for itself.
I also had the pleasure of working with Actor/comedian Ryan Ash again, since working with him on the 48 Hour Film Competition last year.
More info to come.
The Mousetrap / Dramatic Theatre (ChristieFest 2017) opens in 30 days – and the cast can’t wait to meet you soon! The cast stopped rehearsal today to snap a quick shot.
BACK-ROW: Tony Porteous (as Dt. Sgt. Trotter), Ken Stone (as Mr. Paravicini), Mike Silk (as Christopher Wren), Brian Langlotz (as Giles Ralston), and Vic Unruh (as Major Metcalfe).
FRONT-ROW: Megan McGonigal (as Miss. Casewell), Kelley Hirst (as Mrs. Boyle), and Lorraine James (as the Voice Announcer).
MISSING: Amanda Nickels (Mrs. Mollie Ralston)
Tickets are on sale now. DRAMATICTHEATRE.NET or call 2014-416-5205.
Playing at the Whistler Film Festival
Most of you might’ve liked the page already. There’s a trailer
and plenty of interviews to watch too. You’ll see the lead actors and director, not me, but here it is: https://www.facebook.com/lovesickgetoverit/
There’s also a twitter page too: http://www.twitter.com/lovesickmovie17
Check the special event screening/page!