Hilary Barraford

Hilary Barraford

Quotidian Productions

Actor, producer and screenwriter in Los Angeles, California

About Hilary

actor+producer+writer. now: the way we talk. then: john sayles' go for sisters, interwoven, united states of tara. mayor, red sox nation LA. love scotch, steak & m'dog della

Name: Hilary Barraford

Lives in: Los Angeles, California

Company: Quotidian Productions

Occupation: Actor, Producer and Screenwriter


  • The Way We Talk

    The Way We Talk (2015)
    Film by Matthew Aaron (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actress There's always a new fad, whether that be a terrible hairstyle, gag-worthy fashion, or theme parties. But for Michelle and Jerry, it's the latest trend in-vogue that prompts them to invite all their closest friends to a relaxing weekend getaway: a divorce party. Michelle's blooming career has left Jerry in the dust and they've grown apart ... together. Through a (seemingly) mutual separation, both parties agree a getaway to close their romantic chapter makes the most sense when their friends accompany them. Of course each set of friends comes with their own wacky baggage. Between divorce, weekend pranks, the pressures of pregnancy, a gay love affair, and a drunken tryst, Matthew Aaron's latest film focuses on the way we treat each other and The Way We Talk.

  • Interwoven

    Interwoven (2015)
    Film by V.W. Scheich (Drama) Actress Fifteen true life stories from people struggling with love, loss, homelessness, alcoholism, betrayal and suicidal tendencies. This film explores those moments, big and small, in which strangers impact another person's life in ways they couldn't possibly imagine, all in an effort to answer that elusive question, "What is it all about?" Written by RareForm Pictures

  • Trellis

    Trellis (2015)
    Film (short) by Jackson Miller (Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Actress Trellis tells the story of Billy, a boy suffering through violent family life. To escape the domestic drama, he develops a green thumb and turns to his self built greenhouse as a safe haven. After his drunken father destroys his refuge, Billy takes matters into his own hands.

  • Felly

    Felly (2015)
    Film (short) by Alev Aydin (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Actress The disappearance of a fragile, teenage boy leaves his dysfunctional family helpless and desperate for answers.

  • The Cutuzzle

    The Cutuzzle (2015)
    Film (short) by Tanya Bershadsky (Comedy) Actress

  • My Sister, the Psychopath

    My Sister, the Psychopath (2015)
    Film (short) by J. Eric Marler (Comedy, Drama and Fantasy) Producer Laura, naive but curious, longs to express her feelings for a certain special someone--and for his equally hot brother. At least she has her beloved dolls to confide in, and sometimes the dolls even talk back. Laura's sister Helena, a goth girl, does not hesitate to go after the things that she wants--like a pair of sketchy brothers who, in her imagination at least, inhabit an enticing and dangerous underworld. Fearless in exploring her new fascination, Helena seems almost to dare something terrible to happen to her. The two sisters, worlds apart in personality, can't stand each other, so they don't realize that they share a tendency to live among their fantasies. Can they get past their differences in time to keep each other out of the psych ward and the city morgue? Written by J. Eric Marler

  • The Quota

    The Quota (2014)
    Film (short) by Cush (Comedy and Horror) Miscellaneous Crew Lucy and Viv are having a bad day at work. Viv is distracted by marital problems, and Lucy struggles with a new performance quota that, if not met, could mean their jobs. Then they meet a psycho killer. Yeah, their day just got worse.

  • A Year of Living Stupidly

    A Year of Living Stupidly (2014)
    Television (Comedy) Actress

  • Shaving Mr Hanks

    Shaving Mr Hanks (2014)
    Film (short) by Elizabeth Arends (Comedy) Actress

  • Car-Jumper

    Car-Jumper (2014)
    Television by Spencer Strauss (Action and Comedy) Actress

  • What's Up with Your Friend?

    What's Up with Your Friend? (2013)
    Film (short) by Dustin Pearlman (Comedy) Actress, Producer, Writer If you don't have a 'what's up with your friend?' friend, then it's you.

  • Reunion

    Reunion (2013)
    Film (short) by Rachel Axler (Comedy) Actress, Producer Two women reconnect over broccomole during a college mini-reunion.

  • Go for Sisters

    Go for Sisters (2013)
    Film by John Sayles (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Actress, Casting department Fontayne is enlisted by Bernice - her estranged old friend and current parole officer - along with a disgraced cop to search for Bernice's son, who went missing on the Mexican border.

  • Wallenda

    Wallenda (2013)
    Film (short) by V.W. Scheich (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew The famous high-wire patriarch Karl Wallenda and how he gets his first circus job in 1920's Germany performing handstands on the high-wire with the Louis Weitzmann Troupe.

  • $ellebrity

    $ellebrity (2012)
    Film by Kevin Mazur (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew Celebrity photographer Kevin Mazur gives an all access pass to life behind the velvet rope and in front of the camera.

  • Legitimate

    Legitimate (2012)
    Film (short) by Justin Dittrich (Comedy) Actress, Producer Inside a vagina, the female reproductive system sets out to "shut the whole thing down" during a "legitimate" rape.

  • Unfair and Imbalanced

    Unfair and Imbalanced (2012)
    TV Movie by Mike Gut (Comedy) Actress JIM MORAN is an outrageous conservative right-wing spokesman who temporarily loses his way, becoming compassionate and reasonable. However, too much money is at stake and so his network does everything it can to help Jim find his way back to his negative and prejudiced inner voice. Written by Spencer Hudnut

  • The Water

    The Water (2011)
    Film (short) by Scotty Milder (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Actress Two sisters find themselves on the shores of a barren sea, unsure how they got there. Through a series of flashbacks, they come to realize that a series of tragic events have taken them to a place beyond reality.

  • United States of Tara

    United States of Tara (2010)
    Television by Diablo Cody (Comedy and Drama) Actress A woman struggles to find a balance between her dissociative identity disorder and raising a dysfunctional family.

  • Conned

    Conned (2010)
    Film by Arthur Luhn (Action, Comedy and Thriller) Actress The Boston Underworld is too small for all of them. And there's only one big prize left. It's about to go under. All the smart operators have gone to jail, and all that's left behind are the eccentric whacks and nut jobs deemed unworthy of being put behind bars. From Napolitano who runs the North End with the belief that every room is bugged, to Mr. Million, who is so insecure he needs constant reassurance, to a rampant gang that can't take directions from anyone, simply because they can't hear a single thing- their preferred method of communication is sign language which leaves everyone asking, just what is going on? Out of this melting pot of eccentric and dysfunctional criminals, ambitions arise and inevitably clash. With less and less up for stake, there is a sense of urgency for everyone to grab what they can and make a run for it before the underworld is shut down for good. As time runs out, attention turns to the biggest horse race which everyone knows is fixed, but just what ... Written by Arthur Luhn

  • Nikki and Alex

    Nikki and Alex (2009)
    Film (short) by Becca Louisell (Drama and Romance) Actress Former lovers Nikki and Alex meet, each secretly wondering if there might be something between them still.

  • Sunshine Away

    Sunshine Away (2008)
    Film by Lance Reenstierna (Horror and Mystery) Actress Sunshine Away is the dark story of a troubled young writer named David Smith. We enter as David is struggling to piece his life back together after a tragedy has driven him to attempt suicide. David emerges as a successful traveling journalist rejuvenated by the well received publication of a book based on his personal odyssey His life has seemingly begun anew since he has accepted a job at a literary magazine in the small New England town of Earle. Here, David meets Molly, who senses in him something behind the walls he's raised around himself. Sunshine Away is also the story of another young man named Andrew Grove, who, as a child has lost everything he knew and everything he loved to a jealous man. Andrew has shut himself off from the world, losing all sense of purpose. His circumstances have made him an object of fascination in the community. David and Andrew share a bond born of these morbid circumstances. And finally, Sunshine Away is about a broken town. A rotten town named ... Written by Lance Reenstierna

  • Mystery ER

    Mystery ER (2008)
    Television (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew

  • Renovation Nation

    Renovation Nation (2008)
    Television (Reality-TV) Miscellaneous Crew

  • The Tea Party

    The Tea Party (2007)
    Film (short) by Austin Sherris (Horror and Thriller) Actress Two teenage sisters have a tea party. One of them is crazy. The other one is dead.

  • Plastic

    Plastic (2007)
    Film (short) by Ethan Feldbau (Drama) Actress The poetic fable of a neglected special education student, who spends his adolescence reshaping himself to be more like the bullies of his youth. This experimental "camp tragedy" explores the ties between events of his past and his symbolic actions in the present, giving indication that those wounded in youth endlessly seek redemption. Written by Roaring Leo Productions

  • Number Two Pencil

    Number Two Pencil (2005)
    Film (short) by Joseph Gatto (Horror) Actress, Producer Marty, an awkward teen, provides an easy target for the local bullies. A lover of comic books and superheroes, Marty finds a way to reinvent himself through drawing. As his self-designed universe evolves, however, Marty ultimately has to face the flip side of his creativity. Written by Carey Zolper

  • The Legend of Lucy Keyes

    The Legend of Lucy Keyes (2005)
    Film by John Stimpson (Drama and Thriller) Actress Guy Cooley moves to an old farm in Princeton with his wife Jeanne Cooley and their two daughters, Molly and Lucy, to build eight windmills to generate clean power to the city. He was hired by the local Samantha Porter, who owns with her relative Jonas Dodd the lands in the woods where the facility will be built. The Cooley family has a cold reception in town, and while voting for the approval of the project, the old woman Gretchen Caswell votes against the construction with many followers and mentions the historic importance of the spot and the name of Martha. Jeanne researches and discloses that two hundred and fifty years ago, a girl called Lucy Keyes got lost in the woods and in spite of the efforts of her mother Martha Keyes and the locals, she was never found. When the ghost of Martha comes to the fields around their property calling for Lucy, Jeanne realizes that the legend is true and that there are many hidden secrets in that location. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • Automatic Drip

    Automatic Drip (2004)
    Film (short) by Charles Burke (Comedy) Actress

  • Overserved

    Overserved (2004)
    Film by Joseph Gatto (Comedy) Actress A hilarious look at restaraunt life. Follow bartenders Joe and Sean at their restaurant, House of Booze, as they deal with insane customers, dwarfs with attitudes, psychotic ex-girlfriends, and lots of BOOZE.

  • The Midnight Shorts Collection

    The Midnight Shorts Collection (2004)
    Film by Kevin Anderton (Comedy) Actress

  • Will Be Served

    Will Be Served (2003)
    Film (short) by David Rosenzweig (Comedy) Actress Drake Costen is a theater icon that is harassed off the stage and chooses retirement. Three hoodlums are wreaking havoc across the city and nobody is able to find or capture them. The lethargic government officials have chosen to put a call out to the public to save themselves. An unexpected hero, Jim Forsetter, steps up to the challenge by organizing a posse to hunt them down and end the terror. Jim can only hope to live up to the example of greatness that his hero, Drake Costen, has set within Jim's own mind. Written by Anonymous

  • A Fronteira

    A Fronteira (2003)
    Film by Roberto Carminati (Drama) Actress The Story of two Brazilian families who put everything at risk and cross the border into the United States from Mexico, in search of a better life. Having gotten over the first leg of their journey, they all confront unexpected obstacles as they struggle to both reach their goals and adapt to their new reality. They face the pain of homesickness and unexpected mishaps. They fight for their dreams with the same courage and determination with which they cross new frontiers that appear on their way. Written by Roberto Carminati

  • Moonlight Mile

    Moonlight Mile (2002)
    Film by Brad Silberling (Drama and Romance) Actress A young man lingers in the family home of his fiancee, after her accidental death. While grieving along with her parents and drawn into legal issues presented by a district attorney seeking justice for the family, he finds himself falling in love with another woman, against his own best intentions. Written by Eileen Peterson, unit publicist


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