1. Jo Mei in “Kimi Kabuki”
– It’s her skilful navigation of her melancholic character Jen who discovers her dead mother’s affair via an explicit photo in “A Picture Of You” that had Jo Mei getting positive appraisal.
– At this year’s Las Vegas Film Festival, she stars as the titular Kimi Kabuki, sensual adult film star who is the central figure in the conflict between a married couple when the husband attends an Adult Industry Expo.
– What we need is more intriguing stories from the Asian perpesctive and we can wait for the ebullient Jo Mei to be the forefront of the indie film movement.
2. Emily Goss in “Positive”
– Emily is a shining example of a captivator in the indie genre who has the chops to carry a film with such affectation on the emotions of audiences.
– As the serially tormented Jennifer in the must-watch “The House On Pine Street”, she continues to garner much praise for taking us into the compelling mind of a pregnant woman under duress from the supernatural and the natural.
– If you’re into buzzworthy actresses then check Emily out in “Positive”, the tale of a man with HIV who finds it’s hard to face up to his affliction.
3. Stephanie Ellis & Kristin Carey in “Molly”
– Both Stephanie and Kristin have a striking enigmatic presence. Kristin is effortlessly alluring whereas Stephanie has a tinge of fascinating mystery about her.
– Molly is probably getting rave reviews as we speak seeing how the female-driven story has such a accomplished cast. Stephanie stars as Fiona, one of 3 girls who descend into their unique ecstasy euphoria following their friends death whose mother played by Kristin is shocked at their sudden behavioural shift at her daughter’s funeral.
– Kristin is a perennial dazzler on TV most recently guest-starring on “CSI:Cyber” while Stephanie’s notable work was in the indie drama “Sleepwalker”
4. Hina Khan in “There Is A New World Somewhere”
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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.
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