A new episode of the podcast is now available! I talk about why I love Lynne Ramsay's 2002 MORVERN CALLAR and the personal connection I feel to it. Listen on your favorite podast player, at herheadinfilms.com, or go to the link in my bio.
Meet JENNIFER! ⭐️ We are so excitied to announce that Jennifer France will be playing 'Helena' in our film INFINITE, FOREVER. Jennifer is an actress, known for Long Strange Trip, or The Writer, the Naked Girl, and the Guy with a Hole in His Head (1999), Interviewing Norman (2005) and Dorm Troopers (2016). 'Helena' is the mother in our story who fights for her family once her husband disappears in space. The connection she has to her family is the most important factor in her life. Once she begins to discover this cosmic force in her family there's no turning back on their future and the unknown.
Help us welcome Jennifer to our project! Please consider donating to our film today on Kickstarter! Every single dollar counts! Please back our project today! LINK IN BIO!❤️
Hey hey everyone! My name is @aleisha.d.anderson.
We are excited to kick off our first event for the Filminist Show covering the Calgary International Film Festival.
We are excited to interview some of the amazing female filmmakers who are showing their films here @calgaryfilm.
Still in complete shock about our WIN for best series at last night’s closing ceremonies for @austinrevolution Our first film festival was more than I could have asked for and I’m so grateful for all the love and support this show has gotten. Our screening was the first time I got to experience the show with an audience that wasn’t friends or family, and everyone was in stitches. We couldn’t even hear some of the dialogue because of how hard people were laughing. Truly the most amazing feeling in the world. Thank you Austin and thank you to @rhroncich @jasonroars for being with me every step of the way. 🎬🎥🎉🏆
"When you reach an obstacle, turn it into an opportunity. You have the choice. You can overcome and be a winner, or you can allow it to overcome you and be a loser. The choice is yours and yours alone. Refuse to throw in the towel. Go that extra mile that failures refuse to travel. It is far better to be exhausted from success than to be rested from failure." -- Mary Kay Ash.
Loving the message of self-acceptance behind this quote. You are who you are. We all have goals that we want to reach, and when we gave setbacks, it’s easy to beat yourself up. It’s easy to compare yourself to someone else’s success. All that negativity solves nothing. By accepting who you are today, you give yourself power. Facing life and your goals head-on will get you exactly where you need to be. Accept who you are. Bravely conquer your goals and your life as only you can. The rest will follow. You got this.