Film Showcase: Hallway | Leah Shore, Director | 4 min. | USA, 2015

THE ORIGINAL LGBT EXPO 2016

January 21, 2016

film_showcase_hallway

Hallway | Leah Shore, Director | 4 min. | USA, 2015
Shot exclusively in a secret sex club in New York City, a drug-induced queer couple unleash upon each other an existential barrage of delusion and broken dreams. Trailer: Hallway

_____________________________________________

Leah Shore – DIRECTOR
Leah Shore’s films have been featured at over 100 festivals worldwide. She was named among Filmmaker Magazine’s elite “25 New Faces of Independent Film 2013,” “Top 10 Animators You Should Know”, and included on several other best of lists. She directs, animates, writes commercially, and produces live action films.


Leah Shore - Hallway - Director


_____________________________________________

Jonathan Federico – PRODUCER
Jonathan Federico is a Brooklyn based film and commercial producer. He holds a BS in Film Studies from Boston University and a MS in Media Management from The New School. For over a decade working with notable brands and artists, Jonathan has directed, produced and disseminated many different forms of media over a myriad of platforms.


Jonathan Federico - Hallway - Producer


_____________________________________________

Sarah Ellen Stephens – Actress
Sarah Ellen Stephens was born and raised in Cincinnati, OH. She was honored to lead the world premiere of Adam Rapp’s Classic Kitchen Timer and Jonathan Reynolds’ Girls in Trouble at the Flea Theater in addition to leading the New York premiere of Take Her to See the Maco Lights by Bekah Brunstetter. Other Theater credits include: Jupiter – a play about power (La Mama), Playing With Fire (The Private Theatre, dir. John Gould Rubin), The Rover (New York Classical Theatre), Molly Murphy and Neil DeGrasse Tyson on Our Last Day on Earth (Incubator Arts Project), Doubt, A Parable (Human Race Theater Co.)

Film/TV: Fill Your Heart with French Fries (Silent Dog Pictures), Hallway (SXSW World Premiere- Streetwise Pictures), Lewis Black’s The Mentors (Illium Picutres), Lil’ Benny (Albors Productions), Straight Outta Tompkins (Lyric Films), Gray Dog (dir. Celia Rowlson-Hall; Nouveau Star Pictures), The Come Up (Pilot; starring Michael K. Williams). 

She’s a proud member of The Private Theatre, and is currently interning at The Actor’s Studio. sarahellenstephens.com


sarah_ellen_stephens

 


_____________________________________________

Comments