Hollyshorts Film Festival 2014 Spotlight: Canadian Vixen Catherine Black

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It’s a joy to acknowledge fast rising talent Catherine Black who may soon be the name on everyone’s lips in Canada and soon the world. This raven-haired beauty is fanning the flames for female film-makers with the knack to leave a memorable impression. She stars and is also the creative visionary of “De Puta Madre: A Love Story”, the surreal tale of romantic obsession. Rabid “Teen Wolf” fans (like me!) can tune in to next week’s episode ‘Perishable’ on 18 Aug. 2014 to catch Catherine in a role that’s sure to arouse interest. She gets a thrill when her work tugs at the audience with lasting brevity and we as fans are intrigued by her charms as a storyteller. After all, she’s been in “American Pyscho” with Christian Bale playing the gothic artist Vanden and that social satire is a cult classic.

With Hollyshorts 2014 starting in a few days time, get hooked on the beguiling Catherine in “De Puta Madre: A Love Story” if you’re planning to be part of the beloved film fest. With her gorgeous complexion and comely facets, she’s bound to light up the screen both big and small. Especially with twin turns as Malcolm McDowell’s ex girlfriend in the upcoming “Shock Value” (FOX) and as the leading lady in the supernatural thriller, “Mary Loss Of Soul”. Catherine has a wonderful poise much like Jennifer Connelly and leaves just a little mystery about her that’s pretty appealing. She is on her way to being well-received and it’s about time!

Don’t forget to have a peek at the CATHERINE BLACK OFFICIAL SITE for all the juicy news.

One thought on “Hollyshorts Film Festival 2014 Spotlight: Canadian Vixen Catherine Black

  1. I thought I recognised her and of course I did when I read further in your post that she was in American psycho, a favourite movie of mine. She’s awesome.

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