Acting Bonus!

As if acting isn’t fun enough already – months later (or in some cases, weeks) comes the cherry on top: Receiving IMDb credits and seeing the film you were involved in on the big screen! Call it the ‘finished product’, the ‘dot on the i’, or simply: ‘fruits of labor’. Since it’s high time for an update on my blog, here’s the latest:

New IMDb credits for:

Haven in the Hills (dir. Mike Brown & Eric Fox) A very short horror flick for a competition, in which I play an abusive, drugged out mom.

Seizures (fka: ‘Vincent’, directed by Nicolas Simonin) A suspense thriller, in which I play an ER nurse. I also helped with the casting and yes, I was the script supervisor as well. I already blogged extensively about this intense, exhilarating, exhausting, amazing and fun shoot experience starting here.

Zombie Man (dir. Scott Wenger). A sweet, warm, funny and different kind of zombie flick. I played zombie Ms. Julie and also helped with some behind-the-scenes photography and videotaping.

Body Bag (dir. Dean Whitney). A horror short in which I didn’t act, but I was the script supervisor.

I’m very excited to announce that ALL of the above also made it into various film festivals!

Zombie Man‘ will be screened at the San Diego Film Festival Friday September 28th and 30th at 5pm and 2:30 respectively in the Reading Theater in the Gaslamp Quarter.

Seizures‘ will be screened at the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival September 28th and 29th in Los Angeles (San Pedro) at The Warner Grand Theatre.

Haven in the Hills‘ and ‘Body Bag‘ will BOTH be screened at the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival November 10th and 11th in San Diego in the 10th Avenue Theater.

Congratulations to the hardworking cast and crew and I hope to see you there!

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One thought on “Acting Bonus!

  1. Inspiring blog!— comment-reply@wordpress.com wrote:From: Pia on the run <comment-reply@wordpress.com>To: mikeburnell@justice.comSubject: [New post] Acting Bonus!Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2012 01:03:01 +0000

    pianuts posted: “As if acting isn’t fun enough already – months later (or in some cases, weeks) comes the cherry on top: Receiving IMDb credits and seeing the film you were involved in on the big screen! Call it the ‘finished product’, the ‘dot on the i’, or simply: ‘frui”

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