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The Two-Minute Film Challenge for the March 3rd meeting is simple: Create a film of any genre, under two minutes, and it MUST include at least one of the following- An alligator, a light source (flashlight, candle, lamp, et al,) or warm clothing. Be safe, have fun, and we look forward to seeing your creation. You do NOT have to be a member to join the meeting during COVID, and it is open to all men, women, and students. This is free to all, but please consider joining our organization at womeninfilmfl.org.
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Interview with Emmy-winning actress Patrika Darbo
Wednesday March 31, 2021
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Emmy winning actress and four-time nominee PATRIKA DARBO is a
veteran of over 35 years in film & television. She currently serves as
a Governor at the Television Academy and she can be seen on the
Amazon series STUDIO CITY.
She most recently had starring roles in the Netflix original film PUPPY
STAR CHRISTMAS, Lifetime’s CRADLE SWAPPING and she had a
recurring role on CBS’s THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL. She has
guest starred on countless series including THE BIG BANG
THEORY, THE MIDDLE, DEVIOUS MAIDS, DESPERATE
HOUSEWIVES, DEXTER, SEINFELD, ROSEANNE and she was a
series regular on the sit-com, STEP BY STEP and the NBC daytime
drama, DAYS OF OUR LIVES.
Some of her film credits include LEAVING NORMAL, MIDNIGHT IN
THE GARDEN OF GOOD & EVIL, DADDY’S DYIN' (WHO’S GOT
THE WILL?), SPEED 2, RANGO and BABE. She is often
remembered for her standout role in Clint Eastwood's IN THE LINE
OF FIRE where John Malkovich infamously proclaimed to her
character, "You shouldn't have been from Minneapolis.” The
American Film Institute has listed this as one of the 100 most
memorable film lines of the last century.
Patrika Darbo is on the Board of The Thalians, helping to raise
awareness and funds for mental health and veterans assistance
issues. She is also a Board Member of her local Elks Lodge and very
active in the SAG/AFTRA Union. She lives in Los Angeles with her
husband of 48 years, Rolf and her dog, Reecee.
"Fraser Syndrome and Me"
Award-winning short film chat
with director Kyle Anne Grendys
Wednesday April 7, 2021
Link to film trailer for "Fraser Syndrome and Me" by Kyle Anne Grendys
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