Period Drama - a 1940s whodunit shot on 35mm film. Jennifer Christa Palmer as Linda Davis (supporting) - an entitled, contemptuous murder suspect who answers questions over tea. Starring David O'Donnell as Detective Henry Spade and Jeff Elsworth as Detective William Dishlell. Directed by Anthony Bommarito, a Full Sail 35mm Production, 2009. Set photos by Bryant Padilla, courtesy of Full Sail.
S k e t c h
Short film, Drama. Jennifer Christa Palmer as Miss Feinstein (supporting) - the severe teacher at the mercy of a gifted child's dangerous talent. Written by Maryanne Smith and Ken Lowrie. Directed by Lauren Astore and Jeff Hart. Director of Photography: Jay Shropshire, edited by Ken Lowrie and Morgan Badman. View clip at left. Photos courtesy of fsproductionstills.com
O u t
Indie short film, Drama. Starring Jennifer Christa Palmer as Mother (lead) - a suffocatingly restrictive and unstable parent whose young son wants to escape her tyrannical rule. Also starring Aaron Berger as Boy. Written and directed by Nils Taranger II, his UCF Capstone Project. Shot entirely on the UCF Sound Stage in downtown Orlando in August 2009. Full details on IMDb.
View clip (left) and the "behind the scenes" documentary (below left). Still photos, below, courtesy of Alexandre Boyle.
Indie feature film, Action / Adventure / Fantasy. Jennifer Christa Palmer as Mare (supporting) - the duplicitous mother in distress who baits The Red Reaper into a deadly trap. Produced by and starring Tara Cardinal with Red Cardinal Productions and Reel Heroine Productions. Full details on IMDb. Production photos courtesy Tara Cardinal.
Indie film, Drama. Jennifer Christa Palmer stars as Anna Kauder (lead) - the venomous, caustic wife fighting her way through a destructive marriage. Also starring Marco DiGeorge as Dave Kauder. Written and directed by Chase Caldwell, with P.207 Productions. Full details on IMDb.
View clip, left. Set photos courtesy of Jonathan Richter. Full trailer below.
T h e R e a l T r u t h B e h i n d t h e R e a l T r u e S t o r y :
D o n n i e M i l l e r
Short film, Comedy. Jennifer Christa Palmer as Liz Maywether (supporting) - news anchor for the World Charades Federation who interviews charades champion Donnie Miller (Shannon Michael Wamser). Directed by Mike Piccirillo and written by Katie O'Brien & Mike Piccirillo. Full details on IMDb. Visit PicFlick Films for more news. Spot JCP in the trailer below at :49.
K i n g ' s G a m b i t
Indie feature film, Fantasy / Drama. Jennifer Christa Palmer as BBC news anchor (supporting). Set in present-day Florida, Bryce Wheeler (Blake Webb) uses a mystic journal to alter the world around him. Directed by Joseph M. Sayer and produced by Michael Currie & Nena Sayer with Shattered Stone Studios. Full details on IMDb.
F o c u s
Short film, Action. Three bounty hunters enter a gaming store and find the person they are looking for.
This film was part of the 30 Day Action Film Challenge starring Rachael Thompson as Liv and Jim Miranda as Vic - Jennifer Christa Palmer is one of Vic's henchmen, Doctor R. Also starring Ryan Gigliotti as Doctor X and Paul Petrus as Romeo. Written and directed by Robert Dodrill, with 8283 Productions. Full details on IMDb.
Winner: Best Leading Actress for Rachael Thompson
3rd Place: Best Cinematography
3rd Place: Best Sound Design
3rd Place: Best Action Sequence
Rules - Create a film in 30 Days utilizing the following:
Prop: Baseball Bat
Situation: A heart attack
Line of dialogue: "What do you expect me to do?"
Other Film Festival Awards:
May 2018 - Film Short - Accolade Global Film Competition
May 2018 - Best Action / Crime Short - London Independent Film Awards
T h e G r e e n H o r n e t
Short film, Action. JCP is the Russian villain, Viktoriya (originally written as a male, Viktor). Directed by Justin Connors, in association with ApePrime Productions. Release date: 4 June 2018. Full details on IMDb.
Behind the Scenes photos, below left - for more BTS videos, check out ApePrime Productions' YouTube Channel.
W h i s t l e r ' s M o t h e r
Short film, Supernatural/Horror/Thriller.
The artist James Whistler spent years trying to capture the essence of his mother for his most famous work of art. Not to create a masterpiece, but to save his mother from possession by the Baba Yaga, an evil Russian witch.
JCP stars as Anna McNeil Whistler, a desperate mother will stop at nothing to save her youngest son. Currently on the Film Festival circuit.
Written and Directed by Robbie Robertson
Executive Producer - Lorie Gardner and Brad Jayne
Editing and Original Score by Tyler Matthews
Cinematography by Stephen Lang. Full details on IMDb.
This film was made possible by the South Carolina Indie Grants Program.