Here’s your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you’ll have the chance to vote for your favorite.
In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.
Elevator Pitch: Think Lena Dunham meets Jerry Seinfeld meets awkward family life that keeps evolving. Our film showcases a lot of unique voices that are often not represented in our media such as mental illness, LGBTQA rights, women’s rights and alternative family structures. It follows the story of a female comedian who is struggling with her identity and her long distanced relationship while she attends college and is a coming of age tale that will hopefully leave you feeling either inspired or really uncomfortable…we hope both.
Assistant Director- Abby Jackson
Director of Photography- J. Barclay Walsh
Production Assistant – Jeff Gualtieri
Cast Member, “Maureen”- Kathleen Warner
Cast Member, “Peter”- Peter Malmquist
Cast Member, “Nadine”- Rachel Brown
Cast Member, “Michael”- Will Batchelor
Cast Member, “Danny”- Laura Elizabeth Dromerick
Cast Member, “Mom”- Melissa Clarke
Cast Member, “Dad”- Randy Wain
Cast Member, “Aaron”- David O’Hara
About the Production: This film encompasses a lot of experiences I’ve had as a female comedian in college and I’ve written a lot of the film based off of my own life. Completing this film as my first feature movie would be a dream I would like to have realized. There are a lot of barriers keeping female directors out of these types of roles and I would like to have the opportunity to push back against those statistics by completing this film.
Current Status: Post-production.
For more information and to support this project: Indiegogo Page