Burbank International Film Fest 2014 Spotlight: Sizzling Cutie Sarah Sherman


Film Festivals are certainly giving actresses the channel to invite us into their world and the adorable Sarah Sherman does it on an authentic level. She’s the leading lady of “Our Last Hour” which takes a minimalist tone very much in the vein of “Before Sunrise”. Her character Sarah interacts with another soul during 1 hour when time jumps during Daylights saving, an innovative concept captured on screen. Here’s Sarah giving us an insight of the short film and her exciting upcoming project:

“My role in Our Last Hour was impromptu but cool. Isaac (the director), Ryan and I set out to make a film about Daylight Savings (Isaac had done one the fall before called Timelessness) and what it’s like to skip forward an hour — like, what happens to the one you lose? We talked a little beforehand about what we wanted to achieve, then spent that Daylight Savings (from 1 to 4 am) walking around Los Angeles shooting. I’m proud of what we came up with and think Isaac did a great job capturing the spirit of two individuals who share something for a brief moment — even if it’s in “time” that doesn’t really exist.

Aside from this project I’m currently hard at work on a television show called “Two Dogs” I’ve been developing with my brother Zachary. I write the episodes and together we both act in the project, along with a talented cast of characters that reflect our colorful East Los Angeles neighborhood — we just finished shooting our first episode (we’re calling it a “pre”-pilot as it actually takes place before our pilot episode) and are hoping to be able to share it with you on a major network soon!”

The pic of her (above) is actually with her brother on set and the trailer (also above) has such a cool vibe about it, layered by the equally laid back track. Does it really matter that she’s still quite new to audiences when Sarah is enchanting us with her own unique style. She may yet be an indie starlet in the making.

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