November Member News

Traci S Hays

AWD Member Traci S Hays recently wrapped production on her feature directorial debut. Tangled, a romantic comedy feature film based on the popular series by New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Emma Chase, stars Josh Plasse (iCarly) as “Drew Evans,” a handsome, arrogant investment banker, and Katherine Hughes (My Dead Ex) as “Kate Brooks,” the one woman who refuses to fall prey to his charms.

Keep up with all of Traci’s work on Instagram and Facebook.

Kylie Eaton

For her proof-of-concept short film KINETIC, AWD Member Kylie Eaton won The Film Empire’s Industry Next Award. As the winner, Kylie will be placed with top industry mentors from MARVEL, HBO, A&E, among others.

Be sure to follow Kylie on Instagram for more of her work.

Sushma Khadepaun

Congratulations to AWD Member Sushma Khadepaun, who was recently named as one of the “25 New Faces of Independent FIlm” by Filmmaker Magazine.

Follow Sushma on Instagram to see more of her work.

Niki Koss

Night Night, AWD Member Niki Koss‘s feature directorial debut, will be distributed by Gravitas and will be released on VOD and in select theaters November 16th. Starring Brenna D’Amico, Night Night is a unique female driven psychological thriller that explores psychosis, revenge and the eternally mysterious supernatural.

For more on Night Night, visit the official website. For more on Niki, be sure to follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

2 thoughts on “November Member News

  1. Congratulations on all of these wonderful debuts and big steps forward in the industry, Traci, Kylie, Sushma and Niki!

    I forgot to submit my news for November, but if anyone hasn’t seen my feature documentary, “Women Behind the Camera,” it’s streaming from November 10-16 as part of the National Gallery of Art’s show, “The New Woman Behind the Camera.” (It has a section on safety issues and may be worth reexamining how these pioneer camerawomen tackled these and other problems in views of the recent tragic loss of Director of Photography Halyna Hutchins, RIP.)

  2. Interesting…. not enough stories with good female leads…If there is a
    actress or director interested in a story of a woman saving the lives of
    her community in a post Civil War drama, please let me know…

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