All the episodes have been released for BREAKFAST IN BED,
the Rom Com web series I co-wrote, directed and starred in.
Voicing the new Hewlett Packard Enterprise commercial… So much fun recording this spot.
The Future Belongs to the Fast… Accelerating Next.
It was a pleasure traipsing around Philadelphia with actor David Blatt in the summertime filming this touching roadtrip short. Now the US is getting a peek at it during festivals. I was able to catch up with the director Joseph Kraemer at YoFiFest in Yonkers. Next it will play the Alexandria Film Festival.
ROSEHILL is playing at two more festivals!
*SIDEWALK FILM FESTIVAL (Birmingham, AL, August 30)
“The truly refreshing aspect of Rosehill is that it allows for platonic sensuality between these friends while exploring need and desire in relationships. What evolves is a flowing, heartfelt story of the changing nature of friendships and partnerships as we age and evolve.”
*NEW JERSEY FILM FESTIVAL (New Brunswick, NJ, September 11, opening night*)
“Expertly weaving together improvised and scripted scenes, Rosehill is an intimate feature film that delves into the lives of two women.”
WATCH OFFICIAL TRAILER BELOW:
Check out the Teaser for BREAKFAST IN BED
the 6 episode web series I directed, co-wrote and starred in!
It was so wonderful to spend 4 days in Atlanta graciously hosted by the Atlanta Film Festival. Good food, good friends and good films all around! ROSEHILL World Premiere was a success.
Full red carpet premiere details on ATLFF website. I will be there for the Q&A afterwards with director Brigitta Wagner and some of the production team. Hope to see you there!
Excited to be directing and acting in a Webseries I co-wrote with LeMar McLean. #BreakfastInBedTV
“Old friends Alice and Katriona haven’t seen each other since Alice got a job as a sex researcher in rural Indiana. When New York actress Katriona pays a sudden visit, Alice thinks her small-town boredom has come to an end. Little does she know that Katriona is harboring something. The two women set out on a local journey that leads them, unexpectedly, back to themselves. Rocks, women, motion, metamorphosis, and erotica. Part road trip, part meditation, part improvised fiction, part documentary, Rosehill is a film about crisis and eternal change, the darkness and resilience of the human spirit.”
“As Andrée, Kate Chamuris adds a haunting complexity to the character of the “failed” courtesan…” (Tara Isabella Burton, LitroNY)
“In the hands of Kate Chamuris, Gigi’s mother Andrée is amusing in both her drunken scenes as well as her unfortunate attempts at grand opera.” (Victor Gluck, theaterscene.net)