Dances With Films 2014 Spotlight: Indie Princess Lanna Joffrey


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Known for being an evocative actress of the stage, the dynamic Lanna Joffrey is also conveying her engaging merits on the independent scene. Watch her in “Druid Peak which premieres at the must-see festival Dances With Films 2014. Here’s Lanna revealing more about the well-crafted drama:

‘I’m thrilled to hear how well “Druid Peak” is doing this year. It was wonderful shoot with a stellar crew and cast. I play Jillian who works with Andrew Wilson’s character to track and maintain the wolf population in Yellowstone Park. In the film I teach his son played by Spencer Clark how to track and observe the wolves. It’s a beautifully written film and Wyoming is a gorgeous location to shoot, so the film is visually stunning too.’

Currently Lanna is living in London getting her Masters in Acting at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. When she was offered a spot to study at the same school that luminaries Judi Dench, Vanessa Redgrave and Laurence Olivier studied, she took it with open arms. She’s expected be in London till the end of year to finish her studies and so far the stint has been wonderful. She is continuing to do several projects over there while studying. Her current projects are performing in her very own Verbatim theatre piece “Valiant”, then an evening of short plays by amazing upcoming writers followed by a spoken word show at the Roundhouse and then the world premiere of a play.

With so many projects at hand, it’s been thoroughly exciting for her although she wishes it would allow her time to join Druid Peak as it tours the festivals. However, Lanna feels honored to be part of such a beautiful film. We too will feel delighted to be able to appreciate her excellent onscreen avocation.

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