Ebullience is a trait destined to be lauded and Brooke Coleman has the dreamy facets to be very much loved. She instantly remind me of actresses Christine Taylor and Hayden Panettiere with Brooke’s similarly fetching beauty a significant reason to follow her. Don’t miss her in the supernatural thriller “Dawn Of The Crescent Moon” which is nominated for 5 awards at this year’s Action on Film Fest. This is a tale of a local Comanche legend which 5 college students hope the truth of it all is uncovered at a Texas town. Already an award winner at Worldfest in Houston, “Dawn Of The Crescent Moon” is set to be an indie gem. Brooke plays Goth Girl Mara who has her fair share of troubles in life. Disenfranchised characters are always more interesting and Brooke is well capable of bringing that out.
On the web, you can see her in “Land Of Unicorns” about 2 sisters who each pursue a different set of ambitions and for one is amazingly related to the search for unicorns! A metaphor of course for the desire to never grow up and the need to strive for the unattainable perhaps. How can one not be drawn to the bubbly appeal of Brooke especially since she’s this easy on the eyes. She also gives off an approachable, down to earth vibe that would relate to many a viewer who has caught a glimpse of her. Letting the invitingly gorgeous Brooke into your world is indeed a welcome consideration.
Laura Ortiz & Corri English in “Holliston”
2 of the comeliest ladies in a riotous comedy will no doubt shake things up! In “Holliston”, Laura Ortiz and Corri English play girlfriends of two down and out aspiring filmmakers. Get ready for a huge dose of laughter, an alien who lives in a closet and some 80’s glam metal!
Nicole LaLiberte in “Girls Against Boys”
Get ready for this generation’s Thelma & Louise as Nicole LaLiberte and Danielle Panabaker go on a killing spree in psychological thriller “Girls Against Boys”. Watch out boys, Nicole stars as the spicy redhead LU who has loads of sass to tempt and eventually tear you apart!
Lauren Lakis in “Lovely Molly”
SXSW always has its fair share of disturbing horror flicks and “Lovely Molly” is no exception. Lauren Lakis appears in this frightening piece which has hallmarks of The Blair Witch Project. Tense and filled with supernatural shocks, this could be another sleeper hit for 2012.