Jan 6, 2019
As you may know, aside from working on my day job and podcasting, I have also been working on a film. It's called "Alora" and it has been selected into the 2019 Denton Black Film Festival. It was written by myself and my friend, the very talented Nicholas Muthersbaugh, who also directed it.
The story is about a single mother who is training as a NASA astronaut to potentially go and visit a new planet labeled that has been discovered that is within the Goldilocks Zone of a star, A-107A. The conflict arises in that she has to make a choice to going on the mission of a lifetime versus the love of her daughter that she would have to leave behind. It's an amazing story and I hope you can check it out. The world premiere is Saturday, January 26, of this year, 2019 at 6:15 p.m. at the Campus Theater in Denton, Texas. Click here for links to the trailer and tickets. Follow Alora on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
The film stars 3 amazing actresses that we had the opportunity to work with: Lauren Brizendine, who plays the mom, Maddy Lea Hendrix who plays the daughter and did such an fantastic job, and our next guest on the podcast, Nicole Fancher.
Nicole Fancher was born in LA, but mostly grew up in Oklahoma. She has a Bachelors degree in vocal performance and English Composition, but she got the film bug while taking a class on film at Oklahoma City University and has been acting in indie films and commercials ever since. Look our for her first starring role in a feature called Shifter, which will be filming in February.
During our conversation we discuss acting, her upcoming film Shifter, shark movies, and so much more on episode 37 of the Avert Your Eyes Podcast. Consider yourself warned.
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