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***Like Ingrid Bergman Screening***New Original Short Project***A Tiger in the Dark

Hey guys and a happy holiday season!

Just a few updates so you know what I’ve been up to.

First and foremost, “Like Ingrid Bergman” will be screened as part of the New Filmmakers Festival Winter Series in NYC.

The details:

Friday, January 4th, at 7:30 PM.

The location is:

Courthouse Theater @ Anthology Film Archives

32 Second Ave. NYC

More details can be found here and here.

The trailer is below.



I started working with a lovely guy, Mark Fraunhofer, on a series of half scripted shorts. We just started, so updates to follow, but I already have a few nice stills to show you like this one:

It also called for a gallery update, right here. More to follow!


I’ve recently took part in a shoot for a movie called “A Tiger in the Dark: Indestructible.” This is actually a sequel and my role is quite exciting mostly because I get to give a hard time to others, and that’s always tons of fun. We will resume filming next year, and I can’t wait. It’s one of these stories that you have absolutely no idea what’s going on. Not to mention, I might have an action scene with special effects and whatnot and get to kick some ass.

Here are a few photos:

A tigher in the Dark 2A tigher in the Dark 1

A tigher in the Dark 3


The yearly Gala for the Iranian American Jewish Federation, which took place at the Lincoln Arts Center in NYC, is behind us. Once again, I had a fabulous time, working with a generous, warm community of people, as part of the LinCommunication team. I sat in the control room, for the second year in a row, in charge of the visual aspects during the event. The gala was followed by a lovely after party on the rooftop of the famous Empire Hotel in NYC. I’m letting the producer side of me rest for a while. But probably not for long.

IAJF 3Empire Hotel rooftop with IAJF


I recently got cast in my third NYFA project which will be shot early next year. I’m very excited. Work with NYFA is always great and leads to meeting amazing people and portray really cool characters.

There might be zombies involved, and it’s also a lead, so I’m truly happy and can’t wait to work with two lovely guys from Spain who are spending the next few weeks in pre-production, including translating the script from Spanish to English.

I can’t say much yet, but they created a whole new intriguing world, that will be really interesting to explore.

Every time I work with NYFA it’s a bit on the horror-y/sci-fi-y side. I guess I’m just this kind of a girl.

Watch this space!


Hit the MARC is still not forgotten. I shot a short scene yesterday, and yes, we still have a few more to go which is why this is taking so long. But you contributed for us to make a whole season, and so we shall. With two new original songs, a theme song, more interesting characters, and whatnot.


That’s it folks! Happy holidays to you all, wherever you are and whatever it is you’re celebrating!

Be safe and merry and stay warm!

Next update – next year!


Hit the MARC minisodes *** Like Ingrid Bergman at the NYCIFF *** Shadows

Hello everyone!
I took some time off from posting to work hard, and make sure I actually have a decent update for you before I post.
First and foremost, we have 2 new minisodes (or “While we wait”s if you prefer) of “Hit the MARC”.
The first one is “From Within”, and can be seen here:

Next one is “English Lesson”, back to the Javier saga, introducing our new favorite Australian – Jackson Eather, who also composed the music to an original song I wrote and is featured on this episode. It’s a comical one, don’t expect something heavy, do expect the mentioning of sweets. 🙂

The rest of the season is written and with a new director and producer, we’ll be starting filming the entirety of what we have left, this very month. Here’s to having episode 5 ready for you guys in September after some pick ups with absent cast members.



I’m so proud to announce that “Like Ingrid Bergman”, the first movie I’ve done out of school and in NYC, directed by Kevin Gay, is not only finally complete, but will also premiere at the 2012 New York City International Film Festival (NYCIFF). That’s the website for the festival. Not only is the script great, but I got to meet wonderful people and was blessed to have such a great first experience right out of school. I promise to update and who knows, maybe I’ll get to walk on a red carpet?




These days I’m absolutely swamped with stuff for “Shadows”. I’ve been part of this project for years. From a first presentation we’ve done in Israel for a famous Broadway producer, to the reading last summer at the WB offices in the city, to the very point in which we stand now. Eidan Lipper was my director and colleague back home, and he was always gifted but the music he created is absolutely mind blowing and the comic book like style of the show is new and very refreshing in the current theater scene. With a wonderful creative team, and cast, we had a first sold out preview on June 23rd, at the Roy Arias Theaters just around the corner from Time Square, and we have another show this upcoming Saturday. I’m the production manager, and it means many very different things, and it’s a challenging, satisfying job. Especially since I get to see something I’ve been part of for years in Israel, being produced and performed Off – Broadway in NYC.  This show is going places, I guarantee. So stay tuned, and check our website and facebook page (where you’ll soon be able to hear even more tracks from the show). I added it to my “Production” page so the link will permanently be there.

That’s all for today friends! But I have a feeling more is coming soon!





A new reel and Rain in Summer.

Hey guys! It’s been a while, I’ve been keeping busy with sporadically filming Hit the MARC stuff and we’re trying to wrap this 8 episodes season during the next couple of months.
Our Kickstarter campaign ended, thanks to everyone who helped! We managed to get new equipment and started to submit the show for festivals (fingers crossed!).

I have finally sat down with DVDs from the different projects I’ve done over the past year, and made my reel. I’ve created a page for it too, but you can see it here as well.


On a different note, almost a year ago I had a small (really small but it was still fun) role in a movie called “Rain in Summer”. It was a great film, good story, and I’m happy to say it just won the “Best LGBT Film” category in the Sene Festival for film, music and art, in Rhode Island.

It’s really exciting to be a part of something that got this kind of recognition, so here’s to hoping good things are coming!

That’s all for today! Stay tuned!


New episode and a relunched page!

Hey guys! Episode 4 is out and right here:

We hope you enjoy it!

I’ve also updated our Hit the MARC page and I believe it looks way nicer now. You’re welcome to check it out by clicking the picture below.






And lastly, 8 days left to donate to our Kickstarter! Don’t be shy : ) Have a great day!




***Article on Holon Bat Yam***Hit the MARC***Shadows of Love***Smirnoff

Hey guys! It’s been a while. A lot to cover! And on that note, the first thing is the written press coverage section. I was fortunate enough to have a lovely 90 minutes phone interview with Revital Parker from Israel, which ended up being an article on April 20th, on Holon – Bat Yam Times, a newspaper in Israel.

The result, I think, is quite great. I got to talk about the experience of living in NYC, about Hit the MARC, and a lot more.

here it is, click to enlarge, and you can read the English version right here.



I’m happy to say that we wrapped episode 4 of “Hit the MARC” few days ago. We also auditioned for a new role a couple of weeks back, and so our newest cast member is Jackson Eather. Not gonna spoil much, just gonna say – stay tuned, there will be a ukelele involved.

In the mean time, a few sneak peaks from episode 4:

We also have a new director, Juan Jose Arroyo Pachecho with whom I worked on the film “Cerebrus” months ago. Very exciting indeed. We’re currently in the process of finding a producer, and if all goes well, we will be shooting the rest of the season late July – early August.

The main thing, of course, is the Kickstarter. With 14 days to go, and $270 missing, any dollar can help our cause. This is gonna pay for equipment, and festival submissions, among other things.

Do feel free to help : )


I recently wrapped a feature called “Shadows of Love”. I played the role of Smiley, and it was quite the experience with filming in NJ and in a club in Brooklyn. The film was accepted to the Nashville Pitchfest which was last week. This is very exciting, and it’s only the beginning. Make sure you stay tuned and I promise I’ll update about festival status, etc.


Another fun fact is that I shot a spec commercial for Smirnoff few weeks ago. Sadly I can’t share many details, I can only say I was dressed like a rocker and that a Brooklyn alley at night was involved. Maybe I’ll be able to share more in the future 🙂

On a more personal note, I’ll add that I got my visa this past week and so I’m gonna stay here and create some more chaos for at least 3 more years. I hope you’re ready.

Hit the MARC third Episode***The Bar***Website Updates

First and foremost, the third, long anticipated episode of Hit the MARC is *finally* out!

We got to welcome our newest cast member, Deborah Meister, into our crazy family.

More than 300 views in less than 3 days! We’re very honored and grateful.

You can watch it here, like, comment, etc.


We shot for two weekends, wrapping on January 28th, when we also officially celebrated our previously announced 1000 viewer on YouTube (for our pilot episode). Thank you guys for helping us get here!

Episode 4 will probably come out in April, but we have “While we wait”s coming our way before that. So stay tuned!

We updated the gallery with pictures from the filming, and from our little celebration. Check it out here.


The same very weekend, I was taking part in another cool Webshow called “The Bar”. I played the role of an earth loving poet, and had a wonderful time at the Half Court Bar in Brooklyn. The concept behind the show is really cool, you can read about it and see the trailer in here:



We promise to update when the show will be up. It’s 8 episodes in total, all been filmed already, so stay tuned!


A long overdue update for the website, with the Hit the MARC gallery as previously mentioned, but also the resume section was updated with the current projects as was the PDF version file. Don’t forget you can sigh up for updates at the top of this very page, or, download our application here, and get updates straight to your phone.


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