In the summer of 2020, in the middle of the pandemic, I wrote, acted and produced a short film about a lonely woman who took a chance at an unexpected romance in the midst of these socially distanced times. It is a story about seeing beyond the surface, and discovering real connection.
The film is making the rounds currently in the short film festivals and has already been an official selection (so far):
Toronto Indie Filmakers Festival
Pandemic Film Festival
New Filmakers, New York
The Milan Short Film Festival
The New Wave Short Film Festival
The Chicago Indie Film Awards
Carmarthan Bay Film Festival
Toronto Independpendent Film Festival of Cift
Paris Internaional Short Festival
The Tokyo International Short Film Festival - Finalist
The Roma Short Film Festival - Finalist
The Seoul International Short Film Festival - Finalist
Monologue, a film by Edison Midgett was a documentary about working actors. This film was interesting because it spans 14 years. I am featured in the the film as a young actress auditioning as much as she can in New York City, then the film jumps 14years later to see what happened to all the featured actors - were they still acting, were they famous, did they change careers all together? It was crazy to look back and see myself 14 years ago, and then sharing with the audience through the lens of the documentary how my career has played out and the many moving cycles of being an actor, artist and educator.