Friday, May 6, 2016

"Start The Invasion Without Me" at Bluestocking 2016

"Start The Invasion Without Me" will premiere at the Bluestocking Film Series 2016  July 14-16 in South Portland, Maine, as part of the Road Trip Cell Phone challenge:

- Road Trip theme
- shot on a smartphone
- no more than 7 minutes long
- passes the Bechdel test*

*Bechde test: at least one scene, with at least two women, talking to each other, about something other than a man

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"Shelter" gets Japanese subtitles

"Shelter" is now available on the Scream Queen Tokyo You Tube channel with Japanese subtitles!

Scream Queen Tokyo, the brain child of Mai Nakanishi, showcases and promotes 'genre' films by women from around the world.

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Friday, April 29, 2016

Justin Sloan interviews me

Writer Justin Sloan interviewed me in his blog Creative Writing Career about Weird Film at the Winery, the film screening series I run (yes, in an actual working winery!).

Weird Film IV is on Thursday, May 5 in Berkeley and includes thirteen films from around the world - sad, funny, surreal, horror, sci-fi, fantasy and Just Plain Weird.


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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

"The Bunny Man" finalist in WIFTI 2016 Short Case

"The Bunny Man" was selected as finalist in the WIFTI 2016 Short Case competition, which recognizes excellence in short films by women.

Women in Film and Television International ( choose selections from each Chapter.
I hail from Bay Area Women in Film and Media (

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Monday, March 28, 2016

It's a wrap

The Start The Invasion Without Me shoot went pretty much as planned and editing is underway.

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Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Start The Invasion Without Me, the movie

In pre-production on a short film, Start The Invasion Without Me.
Hope to finish in time to submit to the Bluestocking film series.

- theme is Road Trip
- must shoot on a smartphone
- no more than 7 minutes long
- must pass the Bechdel test

Fine cast, good location, props'n' stuff are coming together.
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Horror Happens interview

Had a lovely interview with Jay Kay of, as part of Women in Horror Month.
Archived at Soundcloud:

My segment comes in at around the 2:48 mark.

He and The Ghost run their talk show out of a bunker in New Jersey,  on the outskirts of Camp Blood.

Jay is so pleasant that I forgot it was an interview. I was sorry when we finished, because I wanted to know more about him. His interviews cover a range of activities in film, he asks excellent questions, is a fine conversationalist with interesting opinions of his own, and plays good music. The Charlie Rose of horror cinema.

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