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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 17 days ago
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Pamela Heffler
If you’re a parent, then your worst nightmare would probably be the death of your child.

Actress Pamela Heffler dives headfirst into this arena during flashback sequences as part of Lee Cipolla’s hospital drama “The Shift,” currently available on DVD/VOD.

I recently caught up with Pamela Heffler to discuss the project and some other fun stuff.

Tell us about your role in “The Shift.”

PAMELA: I play the lead character Kayle's mother in flashback scenes. The opening of the film is of me with my two sons prior to my younger son almost drowning which leaves him in a coma. Kayle and I have an argument about whether his little brother should be kept alive on life support or not. As his mother I insist on keeping him alive no matter what. Kayle disagrees. I am furious with Kayle for giving up on his brother. I tell him to leave and it's the last time we see one another. My character haunts Kayle throughout the film with memories of his brothers drowning, my upset, and his conflict over the situation. It ultimately informs his decision to become a nurse and grapple with the question of DNR which is the crux of...
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 28 days ago
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Paul S. Tracey
If you’re into horror flicks, then you’ll definitely want to remember the name Paul S. Tracey. This rising actor has emerged in two frightening films, the newly released Peter Jakl cannibalism tale “Ghoul” and the experimental indie “Expressway to Your Skull,” screening on the festival circuit.

I recently caught up with Paul S. Tracey to find out more about bringing the fear on these scary projects.

First, tell us about your role in the new cannibalistic horror film “Ghoul.”

PAUL: My character in “Ghoul” is Ryan. He goes to Ukraine with his best friend and girlfriend to shoot a documentary about cannibalism of the 21st century. His family has funded the project so he's somewhat hell-bent on completing the film regardless of what happens.

What would you consider your characters ‘best’ quality? And their ‘worst’?

PAUL: I would say my characters best quality is that he's determined. But the same quality is also probably his worst because it blinds him from recognizing some warning signs that things aren't okay around him. It also makes him a little selfish at times.
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 2 months ago
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Charlz Williams
Actor Charlz Williams helps shed some light on black on black discrimination in the new dramatic short “Throw the Dog a Bone.”

The film is screening on February 14th & 16 as part of the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles and I recently caught up with Charlz to find out more.

Tell us about your role in “Throw the Dog a Bone.”

CHARLZ: I play the role of a college professor at an Ivy League institution who has been assigned as the faculty adviser to a your African-American coed who is being accused of cheating to gain admission into the college. It becomes clear from the start that I am opinionated and do not like her because I angrily refer to her as, "You people". I then go about trying to make life on campus difficult for her because I want her to "Quit and go home".

What would you consider your characters ‘best’ quality? And their ‘worst’?

CHARLZ: My character best quality is that he is committed to something even through his thinking is not in alignment with those around him.
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