The New York City Short Comedy Film Festival is ramping up publicity for the 7th annual event on November 20, 2022. They’re posting 3 of the participating films’ posters on their Instagram every day. So if you’re on Insta, give nycscff a follow in support. And if you’re in or near NYC, tickets are here!
You have one more day to catch Nowhere Normal on Beyond the Curve‘s website. Check it and all September’s winners to support indie film!
A reminder to check Nowhere Normal‘s IMDb page too — it’s just been updated with the film’s award from Beyond the Curve International Film Festival!
Nowhere Normal has been nominated for Best Short Film at the Beyond the Curve International Film Festival in Paris. Winners will be announced next week!
Nowhere Normal‘s in-person world premiere will be at the New York City Short Comedy Film Festival ! To be selected by a festival focused on comedy, and in New York, NY, is a huge honour and assures us that, yes, the film is funny! Should any fans be in New York, here is where toContinue reading “Nowhere Normal in NYC!”
The owner of the house where Nowhere Normal was shot is Jessie McKitrick, who is a knitwear designer. She recently wrote an article about Nowhere Normal for Digital Threads, here!
Heather has been writing for theatre since 1995. Her plays have been seen at the Walterdale Theatre and Fringe in Edmonton, and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland. She is now in pre-production on a new short film, which Nowhere Normal‘s intimacy coordinator, Janine Waddell, will direct! Heather’s also adapting her full-length play Alex andContinue reading “Crew: meet Heather Morrow”
We are thrilled to introduce the cast of the upcoming short, Nowhere Normal! Keep checking back for updates, and in the meantime, the film has an IMDb page!
A second short screenplay by Heather Morrow is a finalist in the Comox Valley International Film Festival’s screenwriting competition! Reasons I Hate Being Single is in the Short Film Script International (that is, not B.C.!) competition. The festival is in May, and winners in all categories will be announced May 12, 2022. Yay!
My one-woman play It Started with an Allergy will stream in an online, multi-media production, starting on January 15, 2022! Produced by Spoonie Theatre, starring Annette Devitt, and directed by Anna Ashkenazie Bush, It Started with an Allergy is my painfully funny solo show about the 8+ years it took before I was diagnosed withContinue reading “It Started with an Allergy on Jan. 15, 2022”