Cannes Film Festival 2015 Spotlight: Indie Princess Jasmine Brotzman

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It’s becoming an endless devotion for the women of Cannes and Jasmine Brotzman exudes the inviting captivation that for so long have been the essence of indie actresses. She stars in “Captive” which screens at the Short Film Corner and should keep audiences guessing till the very end.

Here’s Jasmine giving us a tease of her fascinating role:

I play Marlene in the film Captive. Marlene is the rock of the family. She is the levelheaded protector of Kara, her sister. Marlene is someone Kara has leaned on for many years. She starts out as the strong willed one, always trying to do the right thing, yet as the stress and pressure of losing loved ones pulls on her, we see how she can wear thin and become submissive.

The Captive is a Psychological Thriller with twists and turns. I don’t want to give anything away, so I can’t get too into my character.

One can see from Jasmine’s enigmatic pale blue eyes that she has a mystique about her and would hands down pique ardent interest. Shades of vulnerability and reticence are easily fashioned by Jasmine in the features she’s done seeing how she’s a wonderful channeler of these human sentiments. Her penchant for delving fully into her roles says a lot of her fortitude as she’s complemented her beauty with applaud-worthy dedication. Jasmine has also written a script which could turn into a feature in the months ahead and being an indie fan, I’m all for her to find success with it as well as all her future endeavors.

Don’t forget to drop by the JASMINE BROTZMAN OFFICIAL SITE

Hotties on Film, TV and DVD – 6 May 2015

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1. Deanna Pak in “Prom Ride”


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– Deanna has been lauded as an absolute delight, a fitting praise for this exotic beauty with the exquisiteness that dazzles whenever she takes to the screen.
– Blossoming Scream Queen and genuine sweetheart Deanna Pak stars in the slasher flick “Prom Ride” which sees a group of friends attacked by a methodological killer on the night of their senior prom.
– She plays Junie, a vision of innocence throughout albeit with several skeletons in her closet but the question is will she be the Final Girl?


2. Alexandra Bard in “Strange Blood”


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– Her pull factor lies in her ravishing green eyes that gives Alexandra a most striking allure, a very much Emmy Rossum-like magnetism.
– In “Strange Blood”, the horror film that’s Hellraiser meets Dracula, Alexandra stars as Gemma, the assistant who deals with her mentor’s gradual loss of humanity to a vampiric parasite when his experiments on a universal cure for diseases goes awry.
– The engaging complexity she instills in her character Gemma bodes well for Alexandra, cementing her innate potential as an indie talent to be coveted.


3. Tasha Ames in “2 Broke Girls”


– Tasha Ames has consistently caught the eye across multiple mediums, from playing the wise werewolf Eve in “The Originals” to charming us on the western-set web series “Quick Draw” as the lovable widow Livinia Webb.
– She adds endearing comic flavor as the mom of a well-endowed aspiring model in this week’s frisky episode of “2 Broke Girls”. Kudos to her for a most awesome Irish accent!
– Don’t miss Tasha as the leading lady in the upcoming “Women And Sometimes Men”, the enlightening tale of a woman torn between her passion for both genders as she goes on a journey of sexual awakening.


4. Barbara Nedeljakova in “Just One Drink”


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– Famed for her saucy and eventual evil turn in “Hostel”, Barbara has been a much adored mainstay in the horror genre, regularly captivating us in her other features such as “The Hike” and “Strippers Vs Werewolves”.
– She channels her femme fatale ways once more in the short film “Just One Drink” as an enigmatic widow who lures young men to her apartment but what happens after could turn out to be very deadly!
– If you’re desiring an actress with the natural charisma then Barbara is your gal for she’s both a Goddess and a talent that evokes avid interest every time she’s in front of the screen.