Name: Kaydence Frank
Lives in: New York City, New York
Then That Happened
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Marni and Veronica
Film (Short and Drama) Actress Teenage sisters throw a party. Small indignities and cruelties build over the course of a day.
Haiku in Brooklyn
Film (Short and Drama) Actress Verses from ancient Japanese poems come alive and become the stories of real-life moments in the streets of Brooklyn.
Death Is Lame
Film (Short, Comedy, Fantasy and Musical) Actress Tony has been dead for only a couple of years. The city Tony died in is the same as when he was alive, but everyone is a stranger, and nothing ever changes. One day at his job, yes, the dead still work; but mostly out of boredom, an old friend, Jeff, arrives but totally rejects renewing their friendship on grounds that Tony is too much of a downer. This shakes his faith in his Total Lameness of Everything Theory. Then a pretty co-worker, Lora, proclaims today is Tony death-day and takes the office to what passes as a party for those who are dead. There, Tony is confronted with the truth of his life and death with himself that results in enlightenment, at last. Written by Anonymous
Die with Me
Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Actress Adam, a young man who is terrified of being alone, begins dating to find a suicide partner after he is left by his longtime girlfriend.
Film (Short and Comedy) Actress A quirky intern forms relationships, both friendly and hostile, with her eccentric and often lazy coworkers. Their mundane days are marked by trips to a poorly stocked vending machine.
Television (Crime, Drama and History) Actress Set in the Prohibition era of the 1920s Boardwalk Empire is the story of Enoch "Nucky" Thompson, the treasurer of Atlantic County, Atlantic City, New Jersey. Due to his relationships with mobsters as well as political contacts, the Federal Government start to take an interest in him. His lavish lifestyle seems at odds with his position, and as well as his connections, there is prolific bootlegging in the area. Written by WellardRockard
Film (Biography, Drama and Romance) Actress It's San Francisco in 1957, and an American masterpiece is put on trial. Howl, the film, recounts this dark moment using three interwoven threads: the tumultuous life events that led a young Allen Ginsberg to find his true voice as an artist, society's reaction (the obscenity trial), and animation that echoes the poem's surreal style. All three coalesce in hybrid that dramatizes the birth of a counterculture. Written by Sundance Film Festival
The Boston Conservatory (Boston, MA)