Cannes Film Festival 2015 Spotlight: Sizzling Cutie Dixie Perkinson

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Cannes is the perfect platform to sway us into cherishing comediennes and in Dixie Perkinson we have a perky talent who is impeccably adorable. Before you can say show her some geeky love, just for the fact that she’s a creative force will have many holding her in high regard. I reckon “The Big Bang Theory” would be a show she’ll fit right in and Natalie channels the social awkwardness in dazzling fashion for her short “Becca & Molly”. Such perfect timing indeed this Mother’s Day especially when “Becca & Molly” deals with our love for mums although this one in rather surprising ways. Check out some of scenes from her reel alongside Beth Grant (of The Mindy Project fame) who plays her mother(above).

On TV she has been in “Wilfred” where she played Joanne, a postal worker, working with Elijah Wood and Jason Gann who according to Dixe were totally awesome as well as nice. She also writes with her friend Nathalie Antonia (www.dixandnat.com) with one of their films the award-winning “GWYNDOR” hitting the festival circuits as it should be admired by the masses. “GWYNDOR” was a personal story to both of them as it dealt with an imperfect father. Dixie also works commercially and has done over 20 national commercials including a Super Bowl commercial. To top it off, she writes and produce a lot of comedy videos for the internet which most can be found on my website: http://www.dixieperkinson.com/. A fun infotainment portal indeed, very much befitting Dixie’s colorful personality and we can’t wait to see even more glowing shades of her.

Rising Starlet: Rachael Perrell Fosket

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Genial and charming, Rachael Perrell Fosket is a face we’ll hold dear especially with her onscreen accomplishments that’s likely to win her plaudits. Having won Best Actress for her role in the existential drama “Death On A Rock” at the Philadelphia Indie Film Fest 2015, Rachael should be hailed as a buzzworthy talent. It’s a thought-provoking performance that sees Rachael thread emotional highs and lows as Lillian, a young woman with a debilitating illness who deals with her mortality in strikingly unparalleled fashion. The art work showing a woman on a bicycle on the poster for “Death On A Rock” could in some way suggest the fleeting nature of human life which we all should really treasure. One can almost feel the pain etched on Lillian’s every being and it’s because of the evocative effect of Rachael’s depiction of the brevity that defines our existence.

Furthermore she’s appearing in this week’s episode ‘You Don’t Know Jack’ from “Grimm” which will surely make a impression on fans of the hit series. While Rachael may not be able to talk about her part at this time she has revealed her on-set experience with the cast and crew was profoundly wonderful. I’m already intrigued as how her character Heidi McDunnah fits into the current Jack The Ripper plotline but I’m betting it’s going to be rather emotional yet saucily tinged. Plus she’s guest-starring alongside the Grimm David Giuntoli himself and that’s noteworthy! Reggie Lee (Sgt. Wu) has lauded Rachael for her loveliness on Twitter which is a persuasive endorsement in itself. This pixie-haired beauty channels the gamine sensibility that audiences have been known to respond with affection. It’s time to watch Rachael shine!