SXSW Film Festival Spotlight: Indie Darling Gwendolynn Murphy


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Indie aficionados have it so good this week with the emergence of up and coming sirens such as the luscious Gwendolynn Murphy. She’s already at SXSW 2016, the prestigious festival in support of the short film “The Mink Catcher” that sees a gossip columnist aiming to uncover the legend of the mink coat worn by Dallas’ newest First Lady. Seeing how Gwendolynn is in the company of esteemed personalities such as Ethan Hawke, Elijah Wood and director Richard Linklater, the limelight is bound to shine on her in Austin, Texas. With Gwendolynn joining Anna Margaret Hollyman, Susan May Pratt, Kristin Slaysman in “The Mink Catcher” and this fascinating short helmed by director/actress Samantha Buck, once more we are seeing the vigour of women in entertainment bringing compelling stories to life.

A face destined for ardor, she is a recipient of the Best Actress award at the 2013 Lake Charles Film Festival for her leading role in the dramatic short “Where I Find Peace”. She has the innate grace which viewers will come to find a pleasing attachment with. Come May 19th, don’t miss Gwendolynn on the Reelz Channel in “Murder Made Me Famous”, the episode about infamous killer Pamela Smart convicted of conspiring with her 15-year-old lover, William “Billy” Flynn in the murder of her 24-year-old husband, Greggory Smarand. She’ll be rocking the vintage floral print dresses and with Gwendolynn has the curves to sizzle in any era for that matter onscreen. Expect this rising indie starlet to capture the menagerie of attention at SXSW this weekend!

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