Earlier this year, I released a short film titled HOLLYWOOD SKIN that has been quite successful critically and on the festival circuit.
However, it has just been brought to my attention that I omitted to include in the end credit that it was developed and made as part of the I HATE L.A. anthology project. This project was started by my friend Elisabeth Fies in order to showcase the work of female genre filmmakers by challenging us to come up with a short film depicting a negative aspect of life in L.A. You can learn more about the project on the official website.
I apologize for this omission and for any inconvenience it might have caused. The correction will be made on future screener copies, so please, if you plan to talk about or review the film, I would appreciate your collaboration in appropriately contextualizing the short.
Thank you for your attention!
7 December 2010
It's been so (too) long since my last update. I apologize for this and all I can say is get ready because the next few weeks will make up for it update-wise!
In the meantime, here is a little sneak peak at what kept me so busy:
RED - trailer from Maude Michaud on Vimeo.
RED is a sexually charged supernatural thriller about scopophilia, voyeurism and snuff films.
Slated for a February 2011 release (just in time for the Women in Horror Recognition Month), the film stars Cameron Hartl, newcomer Olga G., scream queen Isabelle Stephen and includes a special appearance by Shannon Lark.
Let me know what you think and stay tuned for behind the scene pictures and more info about the film!