It was a very small, brief role, yet I absolutely loved being a part of this fantastic take on Dracula with BBC and Netflix. Claes Bang was so wonderful to work with and I highly recommend watching his incredible performance in ‘The Square’ on Netflix as it is a seriously poignant message in today’s society.
This is a film produced by Ekstacy Ltd., where I played the young Beatrice Campbell. This film was created with multiple possible endings to many of the scenes so that the viewer can navigate their own unique plot… pretty cool! Olive Green won the Gold Camera Award for the Best film in the Entertainment Category for Adventure and Action at the U.S. International Film and Video Festival and also the ‘Gold World Medal’ at the New York Festivals World’s Best TV and Film Awards in the ‘Entertainment’ category presented in Las Vegas (that’s their 5th award!). High five.
Something To Believe In
This was SO MUCH FUN. And here’s some lovely words from the directors, Robert Frost and Andrew Kueh:
“We’d like to say a massive thank you for your work on the project. It was an absolute pleasure to work with you. We felt like you were the character, so thank you for completely nailing it, we’re so happy to have had you. The edit was great, as you continually delivered take after take and gave us so much to work with – this is such a gift, and not all actors do this! You were very easy to work with and made our job so much fun, so thank you.” (I promise I didn’t ask them to write this!)
Opportunities to travel and experience new cultures with acting has been a crazy adventure. Above are trailers from ‘Chip Raiders’, a Chinese action feature film, alongside ‘Dubai, London, Dubai’, a drama series set in the Middle East.
Smiles, glitter and all that jazz.