Brooklyn Film Fest 2014 Spotlight: Sizzling Cutie Lisa Coronado

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Radiant and adorable, Lisa Coronado propagates our loving feeling for her thanks to the appealing features she’s blessed with. She’s someone who can effortlessly pull off the look of an old world beauty and it’s no surprise to hear she’s drawn to period film. From the stage to the screen, Lisa has taken on diverse characters in different eras including the one she essays at this year’s Brooklyn Film Festival. The short film “Box Walk” is the first of 3 Projects she’s had with Tony Fulgham and World Famous. It’s a supporting role for her and the everything was shot out in the mountains. Set in the 1980′s and early 1990′s, it’s a poignant look at a man and his youth. Here’s Lisa talking about her experience on “Box Walk:

‘Working with Tony was incredible. He has a very keen sense of understanding actors and how they work and it felt very collaborative. The film is a beautiful and subtle character driven story. Super impressed with how it turned out.

She then went on to shoot a Papa Murphy’s Valentine’s Day commercial that aired this year and will air again next year. Lisa also starred in the recent Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) trailer that you can view (above). As for other projects: she just had a film release this week called Ghostlight at Amazon and it will be released on VOD later this month. Check it out: It is a chilling tale of a man who wins a radio contest to spend one night alone in a haunted theater. His wife Mira played by Lisa however has reservations after experiencing premonitions that foretell the evil within the walls of the theater.

Imagination. Sass. Creation. reads the headline on The LISA CORONADO OFFICIAL SITE and her avant-garde photo gallery is one of the sections worth checking out. Each pic tells an interesting story and I have to say she’s every bit a the fascinating vision!

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