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 I play the lead role of Lily in Shira Levin's beautifully written independent feature film, STARFISH, now on the film festival circuit! 

"Starfish" had its NYV premiere at Chain NYC Film Festival in August.

See the "Starfish" trailer here: 
(https://vimeo.com/280961651)

I am so excited to finally be sharing the film with audiences and fellow filmmakers at the following upcoming festivals.

Come out and see the film and say hello to me!

First up: La Femme International Film Festival, screening on Fri. Oct 12th at noon at the Regal Theater 14 at the LA Staples Center. I will be doing a brief interview on Oct 11th for a live stream with Aaron Sanchez from KMET Radio at 12:45 PM. The festival is a premiere film festival celebrating, supporting and advancing content creation by Women Producers, Writers, and Directors from around the world. Get tickets here.

On Oct 18th, we are the opening film for the Mystic Film Festival in Mystic, CT with a red carpet gala at 5:30, 7 PM screening followed by a Q&A with the director and cast at Mystic Luxury Cinemas in Olde Mystick Village. I will be on a panel for women in film at the Mystic Library the following day, Oct 19th, at 9:45 AM. Tickets here.

Next, “Starfish” screens Sunday, Oct 21st at 10:00 AM at the Black Bear Film Festival in Milford, PA. Black Bear supports innovative and independent films, artistic expression, education, diversity and cultural enhancement.Tickets here.

"Starfish" is a female driven story about grief, healing, friendship, family and the strong bond between dogs and humans. It's touching, funny and a tad romantic. A film for viewers who like stories about people and relationships. It's also a film for dog lovers and for anyone who has experienced loss.

Director: Shira Levin, Writer: Shira Levin, Producers: Shira Levin and James Kwei

With: Christopher L. McAllister, Pascal Yen-Pfister, Sophia Colon Roosevelt, Lois Markle

Like the Facebook page here to follow the journey of this film.

Here's a link to a great article on Shira in the Sept 2017 issue of Women Cinemakers:https://issuu.com/womencinemakers.review/docs/vol7

 


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