Well, folks, it's finally here: Bread and Butter is officially being released out into the world. It's coming for you!
Nearly two and a half years ago, I read a moving article on Indiewire about the lack of real women in Hollywood. The article really resonated with me and I decided to take a leap of faith and email the writer directly. That writer happened to be the immensely talented, passionate, and just plain amazing Liz Manashil, who was gearing up to direct her first feature film --you guessed it-- Bread and Butter. I convinced Liz to let me audition, and here we are.
I am filled with so much excitement, joy, and humility... I'm afraid I might burst at the seams. (Don't worry, dear reader, thanks to a healthy diet of chocolate and coffee I'm keeping it together)
I am so grateful for all the people who made this movie a reality: First and foremost, to Liz, who believed I could be her Amelia and who I'm forever indebted to for taking that chance on me... Our wonderful team of kick-ass collaborators, whose passion, talents and commitment brought the film to life... The lovely people who donated to the film's Kickstarter before I was ever involved... The incredible festivals, who have been championing our film and greeting us with warm and enthusiastic audiences... To The Orchard for having faith in our film and bringing it out into the world... And hey, if you're reading this blog, I have a feeling that you have been an important key to our success, too. So, at the risk of getting gushy, thank you for being a part of this special film.
Happy BREAD AND BUTTER day, everyone!! Let's all celebrate! HOORAY!!!!
Oh, and if you're wondering where to find it, here's a cheat sheet:
iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, Xbox, Sony Playstation, Vudu
Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox, RCN, Independent Systems (ie. Midcontinent, Metrocast, Clearleap), Verizon, Charter, Suddenlink, Mediacom, WOW!, Bell Canada
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