I’m so excited to announce that Carry On will be screening at the Greenwich Village Film Festival on October 27, 2017!
The Greenwich Village Film Festival celebrates the creative state of mind that gathers like-minded people together to stimulate individual and collaborative artistic expression. Though the festival continues to be inspired by its namesake – this NYC neighborhood hosts the highest number of film productions in New York City – it receives submissions from all over the world.
That’s why it’s such an honor to be chosen as an official selection in this particular festival!
For those who don’t know, Carry On – a New York Short Film Festival official selection and IndieFEST Film Awards winner – is based on the story of my own experiences trying to make it in acting while struggling with an autoimmune disease and gluten allergy – before most people even knew what gluten was.
What began with a trailer created with the help of friends and family and became a fully-formed short after a successful crowdfunding campaign. I was supported along the way by talented people like actress, stuntwoman, and producer Nikki Tomlinson and producer, actor, and director Andy Kelso, among others.
Carry On has screened at the New York Short Film Festival, the First Friday Film Festival, and Snob Film Fest, the NOVA Fest, The short film also won an Award of Merit in the prestigious IndieFEST Film Awards.
I can’t wait to see where it will screen next!