The Girl In The Green Dress
Director: Johanna Goldstein
Producers: Sara Fletcher, Leah McKendrick, Marilu Gamboa
Writers: Sara Fletcher and Leah McKendrick
Cinematographer: Kristin Fieldhouse
Editor: Phil Bucci
Production Designer: Nicole Vardi
Synopsis: In a white picket fence neighborhood, Ann's conventional life is a portrait of the American Dream. When she meets the vibrant and enigmatic Page, she begins emotionally straying from the modern paradigm. Life suddenly seems more colorful- but how long can the two explore their curiosity in a world of 1950s decorum?
Screening Time: October 24th, 4:00 pm
Johanna Goldstein (Director) works as a commercial and music video director, most recently producing an art and music documentary titled: “Just Like Being There”. Her work recently landed her an article on Indiewire as a new up and coming producer. Her film “Just Like Being There” was also named “Best of Netflix” by Spin Magazine.
Sara Fletcher (Writer/Producer/Actress) is a multi-media actress/producer spanning several platforms, including TV, Film and Web. Most notably she produced a 1947 short film, “The Secret Keeper” which was accepted at over 30 festivals and won several festival awards. Her love of period pieces only pushed her further to co-create "The Girl in the Green Dress" and further explore female social roles in the 1950s. She has also produced and hosted content for Fremantle's web channel: AtomicWedgie. Last year she recurred on "Days of Our Lives" and PBS’s "Frankenstein, MD". Currently she hosts interstitial content for the FX Channel and most recently wrapped up starring in the new feature film Minutes to Midnight along side William Baldwin and Richard Grieco.
Leah McKendrick (Writer/Producer/Actress) is an award winning actress/writer/producer. She recently completed a successful festival run with her internationally acclaimed musical web series, “Destroy the Alpha Gammas”, which received over 20 awards including a coveted Webby Award Honoree and a Streamy Award Nomination. She recently formed her new production company, Villainess Productions, aimed at creating content featuring women in diverse and compelling roles-in front of the camera as well as behind it. Up next, she will be acting in the legal thriller "Beyond Deceit" alongside Academy Award winners Anthony Hopkins and Al Pacino.
Kristin Fieldhouse (Cinematographer) was born in London, England and educated at the University of Sussex. She holds a BA and Masters in International Development, and has lived and worked extensively in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. Kristin went on to train as a union camera technician with the International Cinematographer’s Guild in Canada for many years, working on numerous feature films, television series and commercials.In 2013, Kristin completed a Masters in Cinematography from the American Film Institute and went on to shoot her first feature film ‘M.L.E’ with director Sarah Warren, scheduled for release in 2014. Her award-winning films have been showcased in festivals such as Geneva, Cleveland, Sonoma and London. Kristin’s love of imagery began when she first picked up a camera aged 12 and became enthralled with 35mm film, darkrooms, weekend trips to galleries and all things visual.
Marilu Gamboa (Producer) A devoted filmmaker, Marilu is committed to bringing multicultural realities with rich, complex female characters to the screen. She believes that television and film is at its best when it captures and moves audiences through an experiential journey. Her work is imbued with a sense of purpose, passion and overarching interconnectedness. She considers film making to be nothing if not an opportunity to understand the human experience. After graduating from Smith College, Marilu left for Mexico to pursue a life in the non-profit sector. Realizing that her heart lay with film making, Marilu returned to her native L.A. to write and direct. Among her directorial achievements, Marilu became a finalist for the 2012 MOFILM Barcelona Video contest. She counts having directed and acted alongside her pet rabbit, Bobby, in a tribute to the great Joanna Lumley, as one of her favorite directorial moments. Currently, she is working on a film about human trafficking.