Lights, Camera, Action! Female Filmmakers Take Hold of Cameras in This New Film by Lorna Landvik
Lights, camera, action! One filmmaker from North Dakota is making a stand for female filmmakers everywhere. Lorna Landvik manages to balance a hardworking lifestyle in which she is an author, an entertainer, and an antic dealer. Her most recent work is ‘Oh My Stars’ which is a proof of concept of her Depression-era novel.
Featured here, left to right: Lorna Landvik (screenwriter), Cynthia Uhrich (Director & Producer), and Dawson Ehlke (actor) who portrays “Kjel” in the short film.
Lorna says her movie, which is based on her popular book, is a story of hate being out-maneuvered by love, a story of joy and talent trumping fear and doubt. There’s music, heart, soul, and humor in it — and our hope is that Hollywood will heed the call of millions who want a story about people who fly, transform and avenge in more human ways, but are still superheroes.
Featured left to right: Lorna Landvik, Cynthia Uhrich, Pauline Olsen.
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Article by Danika Firth