Indie Sweethearts To Love @ North Hollywood CineFest 2016


Aynsley Bubbico in “Evol: The Theory of Love”


– It should be no secret that the comely Aynsley, star of TV shows such as “Hart Of Dixie” and “Greek” is an eternal enchanter on this blog. She is the living embodiment of Miss Sweetness and her bubbly persona is without question a magnet for fandom.
– Stories about passion seems to have a fascinating sway on all of us and with Aynsley adding eloquent depth as Jane Dawson in the romantic drama “Evol: The Theory of Love”, she’s set to touch hearts aplenty with an ardent-worthy grace.
– She is returning to once more glow as the delightful vision of the small screen next month with her guest-starring role on the 2nd Season of “Stitchers”.

Megan Duffy in “Messiah”


– Known for her sensual work on the horror flick “Maniac” opposite Elijah Wood, Megan stars in the short film “Messiah” as Courtney, a woman who may have just welcomed the wrong type of company into her home.
– Blessed with a sex appeal that’s praiseworthy, her ability to captivatingly thread the sultry nature of the female quotient with revelatory complexion is why we should all be lauding her even more this year.
– Don’t forget to catch the talented Megan in “Hag”, her other short that has been a favourite at numerous film festivals thanks to the first-rate performance of this enchantress.

Elaine Loh in “Gratuitous Violence”


– Celebrating actresses of Asian descent is essential and the multi-faceted Elaine Loh personifies the creative spirit as an admirable entertainer, writer and producer.
– She’s at her most riveting in the short “Gratuitous Violence” as reporter June Lang who despite having prior knowledge of a planned school shooting decides to document the unfolding drama. Elaine will enthral viewers as the woman who abandons her moral duty.
– Only last year the kissable Elaine guest-starred on an episode alongside Golden Globe winner Gina Rodriguez who headlines “Just A Virgin”, the hit show that champions diversity.

Najarra Townsend in “Play Violet For Me”


– It’s a given that the ravishing Najarra is part of the pantheon of the hottest women on the planet and she’s always been an enticing ingénue adept at tackling some of the boldest women on screen.
– In the noirish “Play Violet For Me”, she’s the object of frenzied infatuation as twin sisters Violet/Lyla and Najarra is yet again breathtakingly seductive in the mesmerising fashion that can lead to adoring reverence.
– She’s more than announced herself as a covetable indie starlet with compelling turns in the must-see body horror of “Contracted” and the angsty look at life in the 80s of “Toy Soldiers”.

SXSW Film Festival Spotlight: Foxy Femme Kate Siegel


At this year’s SXSW Film Fest, Kate Siegel is all set to be lauded as a buzzworthy actress as she’s the leading lady of what will be a must-see home invasion film of the year. She’s the star and co-writer of “Hush”, the horror flick that sees Kate as Maddie, a deaf woman whose home becomes the hunting ground of a maniac. Already acquired by Netflix even before it’s premiere on March 12 at SXSW, all signs point to “Hush” being a serial thriller. It seems that trouble never comes alone and having already lost her hearing as a teen, her physical predicament is pushed to the limits when the masked intruder comes knocking, shattering her isolated existence.

Known for her sensual turns in films such as “The Collector” and “Steam”, Kate will keep you on the edge of your seats in “Hush” and be equally stirring. In the persona of Maddie, the aurally impaired innocent, it’s her wits that gets her through the living nightmare at her doorstep and Kate exudes the authentic magnetism to keep audiences rooting for her. She’s also been tapped to be in “Ouija 2”, the sequel to the hit supernatural tale “Ouija” and judging from the twists in the first, we are going to be treated to another terrifying ride come October. Enthralment is an axiom of Kate’s many attractive facets and she’ll be treating us to many more mesmerising moments across multiple genres.