Feeling unimaginable gratitude right now. ✨ Couldn’t ask for a better team on these projects. Can’t wait to make more. Big thanks to our contributors, our venue Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, these amazing co-producers Janet Travis, Ashley James, Giselle Marie Muñoz, Lindsey Lemke, our brilliant Directors of Photography Dino Maglaris Adam Williams, Taylor Camarot, James Burniston, all of their crews and our wonderfully talented cast. Check our Maenad Films for more pics and to follow the next steps of our journey XOXO
Photo by: Sean Mathis
Merry Christmas all!
Enjoy the video through to the end for a sneak peek at an upcoming project I was blessed to be involved in. :)
Some recent film festivals that our films have been accepted to-- MaenAd Films is reaching audiences across the world!
What a blast we had with all of our visiting filmmakers and incredible audience. Thank you for making the inaugural Austin Arthouse Film Festival so successful! And THANK YOU to the gang at AFS Cinema--you provided such a perfect venue and an incredible staff.
The inaugural austin arthouse film festival is october 20th at 6pm at afs cinema.
We've completed filming and are currently in post production! Check out some stills from the films below :) Looking at having a red carpet screening for our donators and cast/crew in February! Stay tuned!
To See You opened the shorts to a sold out audience at the h.p. lovecraft film festival at the gorgeous hollywood theatre in portland, oR.
I think an artist of any medium can confirm that the completion a project is in itself such a moment of celebration. We put days, weeks, months sometimes years into the art that we love and in the process are met with such a range of emotions, from crippling doubt to euphoric gratification. Though it may be fleeting and unshared with the public, it is in this final moment of completion of a piece, alone, that an artist has a true, raw moment of pure celebration. The rest? The parties, champagne, the premieres and events…is just for fun. As they say, there is an art to celebration. But I think the lucky few know that art actually is the celebration.