I was so honored to read this review from The Hollywood Reporter, of The House Across the Street, including such a nice mention of my performance. It was one of the most difficult and rewarding roles I have ever played...
"But the filmmaker succeeds in creating a sustained atmosphere of genuine tension, abetted by Munk Duane's tense musical score and Sonneborn's intense performance as the determined heroine..." Check it out HERE
Post Sounds seems to be a common theme in my life right now... I did my ADR for Never Open The Door last weekend, I will be doing my ADR for The House Across the Street in the next few weeks, and Alice D. is going into Post Sound and Music next week (with spectacular and talented Carlos Vivas!!) Sound and score are such an important aspect of filmmaking and I cannot wait to see and hear how these projects turn out, after the music/sound stage is complete!
I couldn't be more proud or more excited for all the hard work of all the cast and crew from these projects to pay off. I cannot wait to share... in the meantime:
Here are some fun photos from those three projects, both screengrabs and behind the scenes:
Never Open The Door: Directed by Vito Trabucco. Produced by Chris Maltauro and Federico Bauder. Cinemetography: Joe Provenzano. Post sound and original music: Carlos Vivas. Cast: Kristina Page, Deborah Venegas, Matthew Aiden, Mike Wood, George Troester, Stephan Richards and Me.
The House Across the Street: Written and Directed by Arthur Luhn, Produced by Bill McAdams, Jr. Cinemetography: Zack Richard. Original Music: Munk Duane. Cast: Eric Roberts, Ethan Embry, Alex Rocco, Courtney Gains, Josh Hammond and Me.
Alice D. Written and Directed by Me. Produced by Kristina Page, Chris Maltauro and Josh Hammond. Cinemetography: Eric Latek. Post sound and original score: Carlos Vivas. Cast: Juan Riedinger, Al Snow, Kane Hodder.
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Jessica is an actress and filmmaker, who lives and loves life, in Los Angeles, CA.