I am currently working on the feature film “Enter the Cage” as Ursula, and also Scarlett’s Assassin’s. I played the lead female role in "The Horror of the Dolls" which won the “28 day feature film award”. “The Rajini Effect” which has won numerous awards including the "Audience Award Feature Film" and has shown in multiple countries. I performed in the commercial for the Jamaican Tourist Board, Visit Jamaica "Postcards" which was aired on TV for 3 weeks. Hannah has also had featured parts in Rise to Remain, Little Matador and Chipmunk ft Skeptas music videos. I was also the poster model for The Valhalla Festival 2011, and have had magazine entries for More and Diva Magazine. I have 25 years martial arts experience, predominantly in Karate, Kickboxing, Boxing ,Muay Thai and my roles are depicted around these skills as nearly everything I have been cast for involves action fight scenes.
Name: Hannah Farmer
Lives in: London, England
Enter the Cage
Film by Kevin McDonagh (Action) Actress In the near future, the only sport that counts is Cage Fighting - to the death. When a small semi pro team are given the chance to fight against one of the largest teams in the country it could be the answer to their financial problems. However they must put their lives on the line to fight in the cage of death against some of the most vicious and deadly fighters in the world. They don't stand a chance, until a dark stranger with a darker past enters their lives.
Film by Dean Meadows (Action) Actress
The Rajini Effect
Film by Nelson Sivalingam (Comedy and Romance) Actress A quirky comedy about a Japanese guy who wants to become the next big Indian Film Superstar, just like his idol Rajinikanth.
The Horror of the Dolls
Film by Shane Davey (Horror) Actress, Stunts A corporation plans to develop a residential tower block into luxury city apartments. As the residents galvanise, the corporation sends in someone to 'shake them up'. The Horror of The Dolls features a strong ensemble cast, inter-twined narratives and an iconic piece of London architecture. The narrative is underpinned by the wealth divide, untouchable high-finance, malleable politicians and the resolve of a community under assault. All wrapped in a blood-soaked and stylised horror thriller set against the breath-taking cityscapes of contemporary London. The Horror of The Dolls is a terrifying, atmospheric and unpredictable journey. Influences on the project are The Shining, Blue Velvet, The Wild Bunch, Short Cuts and Antichrist. Written by Anonymous