Sizzling Actresses In Dramatic Films To Crave At HRIFF 2015!


1. Kristin Carey in “Starcrossed”


– Some women are born sexy and Kristin possesses the chic allure to a constant attraction on film and on the red carpet.
– This curvaceous beauty has been guest-starring on some of the biggest hits on television which includes Scandal, Revenge and Castle.
– Now she enthralls in the indie drama “Starcrossed” alongside Mischa Barton in a tale of love in unexpected places and time.

2. Montana Marks in “The Process”

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– Montana is a Goddess in every sense of the word with her flawless bod and innocent features the cornerstone of her appeal.
– Don’t miss her in the short film “The Process” as she’s a mesmeric vision in her role as a would be victim of a killer struggling with his conscience.
– She also happens to be a fitness model so kudos for her dedication and discipline in sculpting her toned physique which speaks volume of her blossoming career.

3. Lusia Strus in “Cotton”

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– Lusia is a must-watch in “Cotton” as Maggie Mae Cooper-Welles (what a name!) as an evangelist mother figure who is driven to see his son perform miracles as a faith healer.
– Following on from her appearance in the much talked about “Kelly & Cal” Juliette Lewis and Lucy Owen (another fav on this blog), she’s quickly beguiling indie fans.
– Celebrated for playing eclectic women onscreen, Lusia has the acting aptness and enticing presence to be a firm favorite.

4. Elena Schuber in “The Anniversary”

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– Elena is acclaimed for starring as the bitchy wife Emily in the fantastical flick “Escape From Tomorrow” which was famously filmed on the Walt Disney properties including Disneyland.
– A shining light of the indie film world, she has an amazing glow and if you’ve seen her on the red carpet, she’s pretty foxy too!
– She’s illuminates the screen once more as the trouble wife who is buckling under the strain of her marriage in “The Anniversary”.

Indie Princess: Kira Davies

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The adorable Kira Davies is an up and coming actress who can certainly shine in the boldest of roles. It takes a special talent to sink her teeth into explicit subject matter featuring elements of sexual practices involving bondage/discipline, dominance/submission, and sadism/masochism. As we’ve seen “Nymphomaniac” and will indeed see in the upcoming “Fifty Shades Of Grey”, the roles essayed by the leading ladies wade headlong into some controversial waters and Kira herself does so beguilingly in “Remedy”. She plays a woman who is initially a submissive and subsequently transforms into a dominatrix at a BDSM dungeon with a colorful clientele.


Kudos to Kira for making us ponder about what goes on in her character’s mind elevating the scenes beyond just the potent eroticism. From her inexperience to her eventual partaking in a host of fetishes including humiliation, Kira fearlessly entices every step of the way as the titular sub turned dom Remedy, signalling her potential as a face to start noticing. Besides her dauntless performance onscreen, Kira has also starred in numerous productions including theatrical adaptations of Husbands (Cassavettes) and Last Tango in Paris (Bertolucci). She’s is discernibly on her way to intrigue viewers.