Indie Sweethearts To Crave @ Sunscreen Film Festival 2016


Tara Westwood in “Detours”


– Tara is the personification of exquisiteness in entertainment and judging from the first time I featured her on this blog where she garnered passionate buzz, she’s a Screen Goddess.
– As the leading lady of the dramedy “Detours”, she’ll have you hooked from start to end in the role of Jennifer Giraldi, the newly singleton trying to reconnect with her dad (Carlo Fiorletta).
– Tara’s also set to sizzle at Cannes as her short film “Priceless” about the haves and have nots in Modern America is part of the Festival Corner.

Shani Salyers & Amy Locicero in “Murder On Frog Pond Drive”


– When darlings such as the beautiful Amy and Shani who both star in “Murder On Frog Pond Drive” and are respectively entrancing, it calls for perpetual admiration
– Delectable redhead Shani is absorbingly fascinating as Myrna whose not too ethical inclinations may just be the death of her.
– Ever the sumptuous cutie, Amy glows as Sandy, the private investigator who forewarns Myrna of the consequences of her actions.

Murisa Harba in “F#@K I Love U”


– Murisa is a stunning blonde bombshell who can shine in a myriad of roles very much in the vein of actresses such as Charlize Theron.
– In the web series “F#@K I Love U”, Murisa stars as Angie Winston, a wife who while desiring a happy family with her husband inadvertently causes tension with him.
– With her likely to enchant in the upcoming horror flick “Deadly Crush”, most of us will already have a healthy obsession for the gorgeous Murisa.

Christina Schimmel in “Capture Kill Release”


– We can’t help but fawn over the curvaceous Christina, the Canadian indie starlet who is as radiantly pleasant as she is talented.
– Don’t miss the sexy Christina in “Capture Kill Release”, the Bonnie & Clyde of slasher films that sees a couple at odds when one has a bloodlust that goes unabated.
– Christina does have a wonderful finesse when called upon to tackle dark roles and in 2016, she’s upping the ante with striking resonance in a collection of must-see films.

Alesandra Assante in “The Missing Girl”


– Alesandra is the daughter of acclaimed actor Armand Assante and is currently making a name for herself on the independent scene.
– She’s in the mystery caper “The Missing Girl” which centers on a comic book store owner who fantasises that the woman he admires most vanishes when in fact she’s out of town.
– With Alesandra producing and starring in “The Babysitter” as Katie Seger, a young woman suffering from a mental breakdown, this film may establish her as a favourite Scream Queen.

North Hollywood CineFest 2016 Spotlight: Indie Darling Christine Moore


There’s a shining light in comediennes that deserve an ovation and the lovable Christine Moore is imminently poised for adoration. She stars in “June, Adrift” screening this week at the NOHO Cinefest Film Festival in the appealing role of Rachel, an elementary school teacher who yearns for a life-changing event. When her best friend Emma (Amanda McCann) thinks up a plan to rejuvenate a failed project, she provides the incentive for Rachel and Barkley (Cassie Ramoska) to go on a road trip to seize the day. Cue the flurry of awkward and convivial adventures as the 3 women navigate the uncertain waters of their ambitious aspirations. Oh and there’s even a skinny dipping scene which would add even more incentive to watch the vibrant Christine. Judging from the except of the trailer, it has its funny moments…honest although funny woman in their birthday suits are a turn one must admit!

Here’s Christine revealing the juicy details about her film “June, Adrift”:

June, Adrift is a dramatic comedy that centers around Emma, wasting her talent as a sound designer by working as a Foley artist for porn films in Los Angeles. After a series of humiliating encounters, she learns the rest of the world anticipates her inevitable failure. Emma makes the impulsive decision to return to her parents’ uninhabited summer cottage in order to complete a boat kit that she failed to complete years ago to prove that she is capable of seeing something through. As her enthusiasm for the project snowballs, she accidentally collects two traveling companions in Barkley and Rachel, each struggling with their own unique crises. They discover that building a boat brings along a new set of challenges.

“June, Adrift” might be a work of fiction but it’s steeped in true to life experiences and indie genre fans enthusiastically praised it for having plenty of heart. It’s fitting that Christine is lauded for being driven and an intelligent creative talent by her co-creator/writer Amanda as their infusion of comic verve in the film is priceless. Christine has also her pizazz to television having guest-starred on “2 Broke Girls” (which she affirmed to be a blast to work on as she’s partial to sitcoms) and was on the new series “Agent X” last year. Described as quirky and pleasantly engaging, Christine’s appeal is odds on to score warm approval.