Actress, Writer, Producer and Author of "The Reluctant Messiah" ( A magical/spiritual adventure) on Amazon and Kindle: http://amazon.com/dp/B00C4DSDDM.
Always looking to create conscious material whether that is thru black comedy, super-natural or drama... I love it all and write where my intuition leads me.
Unique traits: Healing Arts Artist, Spiritual/Magical Adventure Author.
Documentary by Dream Tree Productions (Adventure, Documentary, Drama, Horror and 3 More) Creator A filmmaker goes in search of life after death phenomena that leads her to the haunted lands of Gettysburg and beyond.
The River. My Brother, Me
Film (Short and Drama) Actress With his brother struggling to adapt in the wake of tragedy, a young man revisits the crux of his family's ruin in search of something left behind.
Film (Short, Drama, History and Romance) Actress Lillian, a period film inspired by Edna St Vincent Millay's poem, 'What Lips My Lips Have Kissed' begins in 1940 where Lillian (Tony Nominee, Kathleen Chalfant) receives a news that causes her to remember the summer of 1918 where she (Amanda Pennington) meets and falls in love with Frances (Toni Robison-May) a French painter of mixed descent. Written by Anonymous
Film (Comedy and Drama) Actress Sex addict and colonial theme park worker, Victor Mancini, has devised a complicated scam to pay for his mom's hospital bills while she suffers from an Alzheimer's disease that hides the truth about his childhood. He pretends to choke on food in a restaurant and the person who "saves" him will feel responsible for Victor for the rest of their lives. Written by Anonymous
Video (Sci-Fi) Casting department Traveling across the galaxy, a new breed of cosmic warrior arrives in the city of Lost Angels to battle demons sent from the underworld.
Film (Short, Comedy and Romance) Actress A love couple get on an escalator, they fall in love. They do what lovers always do on the escalator. When the escalator comes to the end, they broke up with each other. What's next? They do what lovers always do.
Film (Horror) Actress When Anita, the police commissioner's wife, is found dead and disfigured in the bathtub, Lieutenant Braque initiates an all-out manhunt to find the commissioner. But, soon it becomes apparent to investigators that nothing is as it seems. The victim's diary is full of shocking entries, including details to an unsolved hit-and-run case; an unsolved murder that seems to be at the core of this cold-hearted killer. Valerie, the surviving victim of the hit-and-run, has been distraught for the last five years, mourning the death of her sister in the "accident." Recently released from a mental institution, where she had been undergoing treatment for post-traumatic stress, she becomes the police's prime suspect in Anita's murder. But then the witness list is starting to read like the obituaries, and new evidence forces Braque to look inward, at his own department. Detective Phil Randall was there, the night of the hit-and-run. He thought he had tied up all the loose ends protecting him and ... Written by domi7
Ronny Camaro and Seven Angry Women
Film (Comedy) Actress Ronny Camaro is a pitiful, heartbroken, Colorado hick that thinks he can make it in LA as a Rockstar. Too bad for him he has no talent. Ronny arrives in LA strapped for cash and no pad. Ronny's pal, Mick, shows Ronny how to live in LA for free by gathering a harem of women. Mick gives Ronny the secret pheromone formula to attract women. Ronny successfully gathers his harem, but his harem changes into a nagging group of angry women. Written by Bo Linton
30, Still Single: Contemplating Suicide
Film (Comedy) Actress A Midwesterner, now living in Los Angeles, recounts his romantic misadventures in flashback over the seven years he has lived there. Struggles include an asthma attack, a bout with a woman who later admits to having herpes, the perennial sexual dynamo, and ultimately masturbation. Throughout, our narrator reflects on his misguided attempts to understand the female animal. Also undercut throughout are females contemplating the opposite sex from their own views. Written by John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>