Flying out to DC tomorrow to finalize casting for Leia’s Army, a film about a teenage girl who attend the Women’s March in DC without telling her born-again-Christian, Trump supporter Mom. Be sure to follow us to learn more and learn about screenings!
I chatted with WGN radio about the 48 Hour Film Project.
I’ve taken Lobster fra Diavolo to a nice hunk of festivals, but the Sonoma International Film Festival was one of the best. Beautiful scenery, wonderful people, and wine. LOTS of wine. Check out two interviews I did out — one for the KSVY Morning Show and one for SVTV.
I was honored to be part of Women in Film International’s celebration for International Women’s Day — a screening of a film I directed, Lost and Found, along with 6 other films directed by women from around the world. CBS interviewed me the morning of the screening.
A few of you have written and asked, “Hey Oriana Oppice, when are you going to do a project that has you grossly pregnant, littered with children, wobbly after a C-section, computer-literate, broke, exhausted, wielding a gun and a baby at the same time, and insanely murderous, all while having your story introduced by Roseanne Barr?” Kids, sometimes your dreams do come true. BEHOLD the newest episode of Momsters: Momsters Episode 6
I finally saw “The Goblin Baby,” which had me starring as “Claire,” a woman who must work through her post-partum depression as a first-time mom. Lovely seeing all the cast and crew again, and happy to report that the baby I was constantly screaming at on set has forgiven me, and we’ve become the best of friends.
Just wrapped a wonderful day playing opposite Michael Emerson and Amy Acker. Episode should be out this fall!