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Gabrielle Scharnitzky

With a standout portrayal on “Treadstone”, the Jason Bourne origin story series spinoff, German-born actress Gabrielle Scharnitzky is primed for adulation. She stars as Petra, a no-nonsense Russian patriot who has committed her life to her country but has deep-seated knowledge of Russian tactics which will come in handy. There is a moment in the premiere episode when Petra’s husband quips their prized bull hasn’t … Continue reading Gabrielle Scharnitzky

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The Most Sizzling Actresses @ San Diego Film Festival 2019

Brea Bee in “The Great Alaskan Race” – “Silver Linings Playbook” was the movie that thrust the charming Brea Bee into our adoring arms and this talented screen siren has been on a roll ever since with fascinating roles on both TV as well as film. – Recently she played Sylvia Gallagher on the Hulu series “Light As A Feather” and was introduced as a … Continue reading The Most Sizzling Actresses @ San Diego Film Festival 2019

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ScreamFest 2019 Spotlight: Jen & Sylvia Soska

Already acclaimed as visionary directors in the horror genre, the dedication of Jen & Sylvia Soska is just as incredible. Having attended the New Jersey Horror Con, the delectable duo are making their way for the Oct 15th premiere of “Rabid” at Screamfest. They have been on a whirlwind trip across 4 countries including having their raved about film screening at Sitges in Barcelona, Spain. … Continue reading ScreamFest 2019 Spotlight: Jen & Sylvia Soska

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Indie Darlings To Adore @ Portland Film Festival 2019

Jana Lee Hamblin in “Seaside” – Jana Lee Hamblin is at the forefront of cultured talents hailing from Portland, a polished actress blessed with an elegant poise that affords her the ability to excel in a catalogue of strong characters. – In the thriller “Seaside”, she elicits an utmost zeal as the lady lawyer and executor of wills who nonchalantly breaks the news to Roger … Continue reading Indie Darlings To Adore @ Portland Film Festival 2019

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Horror Starlets To Crave @ ScreamFest 2019

Ashlynn Yennie & Natalija Nogulich in “The Springfield Three” – In “The Springfield Three” which is based on a terrifying true story, Ashlynn and Natalija are part of a trio of women who want to escape for greener pastures only to find their worst nightmare is just around the corner. – Ashlynn may have been the main villainess in the 2019 Lifetime film “The Wrong … Continue reading Horror Starlets To Crave @ ScreamFest 2019

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Sizzling Starlets To Crave @ Oaxaca Film Festival 2019

Ilana Guralnik in “Tijuana” – With the Oaxaca Film Fest being held annually in the colonial Mexican city of Oaxaca, it’s apt to feature Ilana Guralnik, the leading lady of the short film “Tijuana” in one of her sultriest portrayal to date. – She’s exceptional as the femme fatale Carmen, a crafty woman with lofty ambitions whose husband falls for her feminine wilds and succumbs … Continue reading Sizzling Starlets To Crave @ Oaxaca Film Festival 2019

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Nashville Film Festival 2019: Dawn Young

Such is the wealth of actresses both on film and TV, I’m doing double duty when it comes to featuring them and this time around our adoring eyes fall on the eloquent Dawn Young. She stars in “The Garden Left Behind” which has been making waves on the festival circuit having premiered at the prestigious SXSW. The compelling film has now made its way to … Continue reading Nashville Film Festival 2019: Dawn Young

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Canadian TV Sirens To Crave

Tammy Gillis on “Van Helsing” – Multi-talented Tammy Gillis guest stars on the 4th Season of “Van Helsing” and from the outset, her character Monica is faced with a packed of feral vampires. Don’t miss this perennial enchantress on TV once more. View this post on Instagram Here we go… Are you watching #Helsingers? @syfy_vanhelsing ⠀⠀ Such a pleasure to work with these incredible women! … Continue reading Canadian TV Sirens To Crave

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Sizzling Indie Darlings @ Woodstock Film Festival 2019

Ashley Avis, Director of “Adolescence” – 2019 is most certainly a strong year for female directors with Ashley Avis illuminating the indie film world with her arresting movie “Adolescence” which doesn’t sky away from baring the innate darkness of youth. – Ashley has adroitly drew out dynamic performances from the film’s 2 leads Mickey River and India Eisley, displaying her mettle as an accomplished film-maker … Continue reading Sizzling Indie Darlings @ Woodstock Film Festival 2019

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Screen Sirens To Adore @ Sitges Film Festival 2019

Carlee Baker in “Love Bite” – One of the sexiest horror actresses to ever grace the genre, Carlee Baker makes us swoon once more in the zom-com “Love Bite” where the zombie apocalypse is suprisingly overrun by matters of the heart. – Pulling double duty as the writer and lead actress, she’s at Sitges for the feature’s premiere in Spain, displaying heart and smarts in … Continue reading Screen Sirens To Adore @ Sitges Film Festival 2019

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Woodstock Film Festival 2019: Afton Boggiano

Afton Boggiano has a radiance reminiscent of Chloë Grace Moretz and it’s her sprightly nature that should appeal to audiences at this year’s Woodstock Film Fest. She stars in “The Rule Of Fours” as Mia, the love interest of James, a man with an Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder who forces him to re-evaluate his life. Just like how the protagonist acknowledges that he can’t keep his mind … Continue reading Woodstock Film Festival 2019: Afton Boggiano

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Sitges Film Festival 2019: Miranda Bailey

October has arrived and we all know it’s the Month Of Horror so it’s a slashing good time to feature the über talented Miranda Bailey. In the dark horror comedy “Body At Brighton Rock”, she plays the hard-headed ranger Sandra who is training a group of fresh-faced rookies at the fictionally named Brighton Rock Recreational Area. Sandra’s advice to her park guide rookies fall on … Continue reading Sitges Film Festival 2019: Miranda Bailey

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Horror Vixens To Crave @ ShriekFest 2019

Brie Mattson in “Stay Out Stay Alive” – Eternal cutie Brie stars in the riveting horror flick “Stay Out Stay Alive” as Bridget who together with her sister and group of friends discover an abandoned gold mine that will become a big danger to themselves. – The question is can her character survive long enough amidst the madness to be to be the Final Girl? … Continue reading Horror Vixens To Crave @ ShriekFest 2019

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Screen Sirens To Crave @ Raindance Film Festival 2019

Catherine Lidstone in “What Bitch” – We do love our rising starlets and the stunning Catherine Lidstone is on course to garner avid attention with her standing as an entrancing face across film, television and new media. – Ingenious at embodying the tough exterior of the character she plays and adding to it with hints of vulnerability as seen on her recent stint on the … Continue reading Screen Sirens To Crave @ Raindance Film Festival 2019

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Fantastic Fest 2019 Spotlight: Helen Kennedy

This year’s Fantastic Fest is the playground for the weird and the outlandish with the whimsical retro short film “VHYes” starring the stunning Helen Kennedy making its premiere. She appears as Bree Jones, an American news anchor in a world of VHS and Beta with the protagonist, 12-year-old Ralph who has erased the tape of his parent’s wedding. Overwritten by kitschy television shows, he soon … Continue reading Fantastic Fest 2019 Spotlight: Helen Kennedy

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The Most Enchanting Actresses @ Golden Door International Film Festival 2019

Sara Verhagen in “Les trompes de ma mère” – Multi-lingual, Paris-based actress Sara Verhagen is a surefire bet to captivate us in “Les trompes de ma mère” a.k.a. “Under Mom’s Skirt” which has already garnered her a Best Female Performance award. – This fetching actress essays the role of Lucie whose trip to the doctor with her mother reveals much more than she can chew. … Continue reading The Most Enchanting Actresses @ Golden Door International Film Festival 2019

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Raindance Film Festival 2019 Spotlight: Birna Rún Eiríksdóttir

With the Raindance Film Fest in full flow already, it’s great to see rising starlets such as Icelandic actress Birna Rún Eiríksdóttir making us sit up and take notice. Already a Best Supporting Actress award winner back in her native Iceland for her work on the courtroom drama “Réttur” (Case), it’s no wonder she’s on the radar of all things film. Her role in the … Continue reading Raindance Film Festival 2019 Spotlight: Birna Rún Eiríksdóttir

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Jeanine Bartel

When a lovely actress is part of 2 film festivals happening concurrently this week, casting our adoring eyes on the luscious Jeanine Bartel is a must. Her entertaining crime caper “Less Heat In Arizona” is screening at both the Niagara Falls and Golden Door International Film Fests ensuring a doubly wonderful viewing pleasure for viewers. Jeanine stars as Carla, a woman whose encounter with 3 … Continue reading Jeanine Bartel

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Indie Darlings To Adore @ Niagara Falls Film Festival 2019

Mary Birdsong in “Stormchaser” – An engagingly dramatic and moving performance from Mary Birdsong in “Stormchaser” should garner her the plaudits, cementing herself as a must watch talent at this year’s Niagara Falls Film Festival. – She offers up a fearsome presence in “Stormchaser” as Bonnie Blue who after a string of disappointments is taking no prisoners and unleashes her own whirlwind of fury as … Continue reading Indie Darlings To Adore @ Niagara Falls Film Festival 2019

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Terror Hotties To Crave @ FrightFest 2019

Mhairi Calvey In “Patron” – What better than to have the stunning British actress Mhairi Calvey gracing this year’s FrightFest as the leading lady of the psychological short film “Patron” which is as moody as it is unpredictable. – As Vickie Black in “Patron”, a London maid with far loftier ambitions, she manages to land an interview at a prestigious organization only to find that … Continue reading Terror Hotties To Crave @ FrightFest 2019

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FrightFest 2019 Spotlight – Dani Lennon

The ravishing Dani Lennon is on course to captivate us with her luscious voice in the animated horror film “To Your Last Death”. She has certainly been a fixture in the horror genre, having appeared in the cult hit “The Love Witch”, the zombie apocalypse TV series “Bite Me” and the independent vampire flick “Dracula: Reborn”. With Dani lending her vocal talents alongside Morena Baccarin, … Continue reading FrightFest 2019 Spotlight – Dani Lennon

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The Women Who Sizzle @ HollyShorts Film Festival 2019

Alice Kremelberg in “Watch Room” – Alice Kremelberg is on a meteoric rise on both film and TV what with her being a scene stealer on “Orange Is The New Black” as the erratic bipolar toughie Nicole Eckelcamp who has an impulsive streak. – She returns to her indie roots in the mind bending sci-fi short “Watch Room” as Kate, a scientist whose AI invention … Continue reading The Women Who Sizzle @ HollyShorts Film Festival 2019

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Sizzling Indie Darlings @ Cinequest 2019

Molly Ratermann in “Bring Me An Avocado” – The luscious Molly Ratermann is set to engage plenty of hearts as Greece in the touching drama “Bring Me An Avocado” which tells of a family in the throes of a plight that’s very close to the heart. – She shines in her role as Greece, the caring sister of a comatose woman who strives to be … Continue reading Sizzling Indie Darlings @ Cinequest 2019

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Caitlin McGee

There’s a big reason why TV has become a national obsession and it’s a testament to the quality of actresses such as the charming Caitlin McGee. Those who love reminiscing about romance in the 90s should not miss out on Caitlin’s performance in the Season 5 premiere episode of “You’re The Worst”. A reinvention of sorts for the series with a flashback focusing on new … Continue reading Caitlin McGee

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TV Vixens To Crave – 29 Sep 2018

Lauren Robertson on “Sorry For Your Loss” – Sharing a wealth of scenes, at times with an emotional depth with leading lady Elizabeth Olsen, Lauren Robertson is set to make a memorable impression in the heart-rending new drama series “Sorry For Your Loss” – She stars as Becca Urwin, a woman who shares a tragic history with Elizabeth Olsen’s character Leigh Shaw and whilst Becca … Continue reading TV Vixens To Crave – 29 Sep 2018

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Badass Ladies Of Orange Is The New Black Season 6

The binge-fest is in full swing yet again with the return of the much adored series “Orange Is The New Black” now in its acclaimed 6th Season. We’ve grown fond of the Litchfield Penitentiary inmates whose lives have been unfolding before our eyes with vivid nuances. This season we see more upheavals as new characters are introduced, some with ruthless notoriety who will challenge the … Continue reading Badass Ladies Of Orange Is The New Black Season 6

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Indie Darlings To Adore @ Outfest 2018 LGBTQ Film Festival – Part 2

Marem Hassler in “Riley Parra” – Blending the appeal of the supernatural and dynamism of police drama, Marem Hassler headlines the series “Riley Parra” as the titular heroine and she’s fighting the good fight in a world corrupted by demons. – Did I mention she gets to lock lips with her co-star Liz Vassey who plays Dr. Gillian Hunt? Adding to the allure that Marem … Continue reading Indie Darlings To Adore @ Outfest 2018 LGBTQ Film Festival – Part 2

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The Must Watch Actresses @ Long Island International Film Expo 2018

Andrea Grano in “Limbo” – In what will be a memorable performance, Andrea Grano’s portrayal of a 40 something woman discovering she has cancer via a lump on her breast is bound to be a highlight at this year’s Long Island Film Expo. – This enchanting leading lady of the moving short film “Limbo” plays Allison Bennett who is afflicted with The Big C and … Continue reading The Must Watch Actresses @ Long Island International Film Expo 2018

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Must Watch Screen Sirens @ California Women’s Film Festival 2018 – Part 2

Joanna Ke and America Young – Complex fantasy features with strong female characters are creating buzz and thanks to Joanna Ke and America Young, we get a taste of Junaaya, a warrior princess dragged into a duel with her eternal enemy. – Directed by America and written and produced by its star Joanna Ke, “Protectress” delves into the origins of a heroine in the making, … Continue reading Must Watch Screen Sirens @ California Women’s Film Festival 2018 – Part 2

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Katie Goldfinch

The Galway Film Fleadh which is full swing in Dublin, Ireland unveils yet another up and coming talent, this time from the British Isles in the entrancing Katie Goldfinch. She’s appearing in the trippy drama which sees a man (Laurie Calvert) resort to using a therapy called lucid dreaming to get the girl of his dreams. His unorthodox romance soon leads him on a dangerous … Continue reading Katie Goldfinch

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Salem Murphy

Salem Murphy has already garnered an impressive run of appearances on hits shows such “Stranger Things”, “The Blacklist” as well as “Reckless” and now she’s fronting the character focused drama “Uzma The Greatest”. Set to be eye-catching, Salem’s performance as the colourful Uzma who is steadfast in her views which causes her to lock horns with her hubby. Here’s Salem revealing more about her role: … Continue reading Salem Murphy

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Must Watch Screen Sirens @ California Women’s Film Festival 2018

Susan Gallagher – One of the most charming women on both the big and small screen, Susan Gallagher bristles with grace and loads of innate talent which she portrays with feisty vigour in the drama “Picking Back Up”. – Coupled with the fact that she’s up for the Best Actress Award at the Cali Women’s Film Fest, Susan’s multi-layered performance as the down on the … Continue reading Must Watch Screen Sirens @ California Women’s Film Festival 2018

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Indie Darlings To Adore @ Outfest 2018 LGBTQ Film Festival

Elizabeth Frances & Julia Aks in “Foxy Trot” – Another comedic gem directed and written by a woman (Lisa Donato) would be “Foxy Trot” with the amazing duo of Elizabeth Frances and Julia Aks fleshing out their charming personas with consummate ease. – With feisty precision, Elizabeth stars as Milo, a lesbian who proceeds to take ballroom lessons with her long time partner Kat (Laura … Continue reading Indie Darlings To Adore @ Outfest 2018 LGBTQ Film Festival

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Kelly Murtagh

Having made an impression on the independent film circuit, blossoming starlet Kelly Murtagh is poised for fanboy adoration as she’s appearing in the hard-hitting Season 3 premiere episode of “Preacher”. She plays Barb O’Hare, the mother of Tulip O’ Hare in a flashback sequence from her childhood where she lies in limbo being resurrected from the dead. You’ll love Kelly’s smoky Southern drawl and her … Continue reading Kelly Murtagh

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Must Watch Indie Darlings @ Dances With Films 2018 – Part 2

Nicole Coulon in “The Man From Another Dimension” – Love stories from across the stars such as the beloved “Starman” have always fascinated us and “The Man From Another Dimension” starring the vivacious Nicole Coulon will make a sweet mark with audiences. – As the romantic leading lady Rachel, Nicole beguiles the traveler from another dimension called Jeff and helps him navigate the complex world … Continue reading Must Watch Indie Darlings @ Dances With Films 2018 – Part 2

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Must Watch Indie Darlings @ Dances With Films 2018

Aina Dumlao in “Diwa” – Aina Dumlao is establishing herself as a face to watch with her riveting turns as crestfallen yet strong women in the indie genre having recently had recurring roles on “MacGyver” and “Ballers” alongside The Rock. – She’s playing a multi-layered character once more in “Diwa”, starring as the titular immigrant woman whose precarious life is fraught with danger and ends … Continue reading Must Watch Indie Darlings @ Dances With Films 2018

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Dances With Films 2018 Spotlight: Nichole Bagby

At one of my most favourite film festivals this year comes the horror comedy “Stay” which stars the glowing Nichole Bagby. She plays a satanist who together with her fellow occultists try to summon a demon with a blood sacrifice. Things don’t go as planned when love gets in the way of devilish machinations. Lauded as a standout short at the Fantastic Fest 2018, fans … Continue reading Dances With Films 2018 Spotlight: Nichole Bagby

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TV Vixens To Crave – 25 May 2018

Anna Hopkins & Nadine Nicole on “The Expanse” – The omnipresence of Anna Hopkins is a boon as her stunning presence on shows such as “Shadowhunters” where she’s been riveting as the delectably evil Lilith. – She’s yet again a scene stealer in the sci-fi genre as Monica Stuart, a canny journalist with the aptitude to get others to divulge their inner thoughts. – This … Continue reading TV Vixens To Crave – 25 May 2018