In April, I was cast in a beautiful short film called ENDO, about a woman meeting up one last time with her young mistress.
It was a great shoot, from start to finish, mostly because everyone involved was smart and fun.
I met two great filmmakers -- Alicia Ramirez and Shea Johnson -- who were part of the creative team, and we got to talking about working on something together later this summer.
And now it's happening! Alicia had an idea about a story called Sine Wave, about a conversation between two women, who knew each other a long time ago, and meet up years later. One woman's life is on an upward trajectory; the other is on a bit of a downward trajectory... hence the reference to a sine wave.
We're shooting this film in conjunction with the Actors Green Room 72-Hour Shoot out, which means we're given a theme to integrate into our film, and everything -- rehearsal, shooting, editing -- must happen from Friday at 1 pm through Monday at 12:59 pm.
While I've shot web series in a relatively quick turnaround, I've never done a film under these constraints, and I'm really excited to see how it all comes together. More soon, including photos from the shoot!